WATCH: Steve Crowder’s hilarious ‘non-apology’ video

Steven Crowder, host of “Louder with Crowder”, is being investigated by YouTube after Vox’s Carlos Maza complained that the conservative commentator has been attacking and making fun of him because of his sexual orientation and ethnicity.

Maza calls Crowder a bully and tweeted that “There will always be monsters in the world. I’m fucking pissed at , which claims to support its LGBT creators, and has explicit policies against harassment and bullying.”

So Crowder has apologized. Sort of. In true Crowder fashion, that is.

“It’s been brought to my attention that many of the comments, videos, and overall tenor and tone of this program have been considered hurtful and offensive to many, and while not in violation of policy guidelines, certainly skirted the line of human decency. I, along with everyone here at ‘Louder With Crowder,’ am not above recognizing my mistakes and attempting to rectify them,” Crowder starts off. “So I’d like to take this opportunity to formally apologize to all parties involved.”


“I’d like to take a moment to apologize to Planned Parenthood for equating their sales tactics with that of a used car salesman, with our installments Crazy Pete’s Abortion Barn, both One and Two, along with Crazy Pete’s Embryonic Stem-Cell Emporium. I’d also like to apologize to used car salesmen everywhere, who work hard and form the backbone of this society’s working class; they did nothing to invite this unwarranted comparison,” he continued.

Maza was not amused, tweeting “Steven Crowder just published a 20-minute fake apology video, where he gratuitously repeats every gross thing he’s done on his show, making a joke out of it. He’s daring to do something about it, knowing full well they won’t actually enforce their policies.”

 

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