HUNDREDS of Conservative YouTube Channels BANNED or Demonetized After Vox Host Complains for 5 Days Straight

It’s not just Steven Crowder who was demonetized on YouTube, there were also several hundred conservative channels banned or demonetized following a five-day tweet storm by Vox host Carlos Maza. Even non-political anti-SJW channels got caught up in this demonetization and banning purge.

The hashtag #VoxAdpocalypse hit number one on trending Wednesday after Maza went full scorched earth following a Steven Crowder rebuttal video directed at Maza. Maza was able to get just about every media outlet to pressure YouTube to punish Crowder, but of course it did not stop there.

At the same time that YouTube demonetized Crowder, they also deleted thousands of videos, banned hundreds of channels, and demonetized countless other channels who were mostly large conservative YouTubers.  Some non-political channels got caught up in the purge as well.

Here is a list of the top channels affected:


The Red Elephants

Know More News

Andy Warski

Deep Fat Fried Podcast

Jesse Lee Peterson


Tailed Feature

Ford Fischer

Dan Dicks

Revenge Of The Cis

Martin Sellner

James Allsup

Steven Crowder

Red Ice TV


Dr Shaym

Jake Morphonios of Blackstone Intel

Lift the Veil

Videos Deleted


American Renaissance

Ryan Dawson

E Michael Jones

The Higherside Chats

Bre Faucheux

Owen Benjamin

Count Dankula

Angelo John Gage

Gavin McInnes


Red Ice TV

Black Pigeon Speaks

Drunken Peasants

Press For Truth

J.F Gariepy


Brother Nathaneal

Mr Allsop History

Patrick Slattery

Cultured Thug



The Great Order


Activist News

If you know anything, the list above is probably a list of YouTubers that you should subscribe to, at least the ones that were not completely banned.  Why?  Because if these were the top channels affected, then these are the channels that are telling the truth.

This massive purge though has also included many other YouTube channels that have absolutely nothing to do with politics.

On Twitter, Maza wrote, “I don’t know what to say. @YouTube has decided not to punish Crowder, after he spent two years harassing me for being gay and Latino. I don’t know what to say.”

Meanwhile, Crowder pointed out that Maza has repeatedly referred to himself as a “queer.” At the same time, Crowder acknowledged the concerns and vowed to work to improve.

In a video, he argued: “Did I ever offhandedly use the term lispy queer? I really don’t remember it, but it sounds like me. Why? Because you speak with a lisp and you refer to yourself as a queer. … It’s funny, and this is a comedy show.”

But on Wednesday, YouTube apparently changed its mind about Crowder.

“Update on our continued review–we have suspended this channel’s monetization,” YouTube wrote, adding that Crowder would have to make fundamental changes to the entire channel if he wanted the decision reversed. “We came to this decision because a pattern of egregious actions has harmed the broader community and is against our YouTube Partner Program policies.”