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BlazeTV host and conservative comedian, Steven Crowder, published a video Monday responding to YouTube’s decision last week to demonetize his videos even after admitting that he had not violated community standards, and he offered his gratitude for the outpouring of support from viewers.
“I’m not sorry,” Steven said. “I’ll tell you what I am though. I am grateful. I am really grateful for the outpouring of support we’ve seen from people.”
Catch the rest of what Steven has to say in the video below:
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