On Rumble, Steven Crowder uses slurs and complains that YouTube won't let him broadcast them

Crowder often begins his livestreams on both YouTube and Rumble and then directs his audience to his extended stream exclusively on Rumble, during which he pushes more incendiary rhetoric

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Citation From the August 17, 2023, edition of Louder with Crowder, streamed on Rumble

STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): This week, I'm angry because, apparently, now we've, you know, you've lost the words – and by the way, if you see this, this means head from YouTube over to rumble, if you see this ever at any point. Yeah. And you might see it soon.  We've lost the words – that's a warning to the people over there at mission control – we've lost the words r-------. We've lost the word f--. And now we've lost the word riggers. Riggers is the word. Rigger – if you're listening on audio, once again, that word is riggers –


CROWDER: Because Donald Trump has talked about the riggers of the election and, of course, the left has lost their mind, saying that that is a racist dog whistle. Let me ask, what word do you think we lose next? You can comment below, and my point here today is it doesn't matter what you do or what you say. Do you see it? Do you see it? Oh, but I'm not racist – yeah, but you said riggers. So – and then you have – and then you have a peanut gallery going, oh, riggers, well that clearly – he clearly means to say the n-word and burn a cross.