Why Steven Crowder’s Afraid To Ever Question Trump
For any of you that have followed the strange unraveling of the right under the Trump regime, it should be starkly obvious the baby-steps many on the right are taking to pander to their Trump-cultist audience, and most notable of these is Steven Crowder. Although I cover Crowder’s first steps into falling in line with the Trump train here, with the recent events regarding Michael Flynn, Trump’s national security advisor who was fired under strange circumstances, there has never been a more obvious case of silence saying more than words.
Before going in on Steven Crowder, let me set the stage. Whenever major news events’ break, Crowder is usually at the front of these events calling someone out, even though typically no matter what, he’ll make it a left and right issue and end up condemning the left. For example, the Steel-dossier story? Crowder covered it, but only after finding out he could use it to defend Trump.
But this isn’t a rare thing with Crowder. Anytime there’s practically an undefendable position with Trump, you can bet your ass Crowder will very lightly cover it if he even covers it at all. He has this incredibly slimy way of clear-and-cut political hackery that is the very definition of a hypocrite and opportunist. Need more examples?
What about when Trump gets uninvited to the climate meeting? You better believe Crowder is there to stroke Trump’s balls.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 8, 2017
The fact that Bill Maher compared Harvey Wienstien to Trump? Crowder was there to please.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) October 21, 2017
And the recent Manafort situation? No, according to Crowder, it has nothing to do with Trump.
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) October 30, 2017
There is this clear pattern as to how Steven Crowder covers Trump, which is reminiscent of a passive mother trying not to upset her psycho teenage son. This is exactly how Crowder treats any situation regarding Trump and for good reason too. Ever since the run-up to the 2016 presidential election to today, Crowder was partially responsible for bringing us Trump and his brand of pathological narcissism and lying.
Before Trump, Steven Crowder used to make a living calling out the insane left for their absurd hypocrisy and racism all over college campuses around the world. But there was a shift in his audience with the rise of Trump, and Crowder being the opportunist hypocrite that he is, decided to milk it for everything its got. Unlike Ben Shapiro, Crowder, like Dave Rubin, decided not to take any hard stances against Trump, lest his audience revolt and his cash disappear. It’s why you can hear Crowder say things so insanely hypocritical that it’ll make Hillary Clinton’s head spin, such as…
What I Mean By Insane Hypocrisy [VIDEO]
But to get a real taste of the world Steven Crowder is building for himself, one has to only look at comments left in his videos to find real, racist gems like this…
At least there was a little self-awareness…
However, the most upsetting thing about Steven Crowder’s whole persona is that he actually had potential. He’s clearly hilarious, even with his Christian dogmatism. He knows how to set up arguments and dismantle them. But he destroyed all of that potential in search of a bigger, more partisan, audience. Many argue that people like Trevor Noah or Samantha Bee actually do more damage to American culture by splitting us apart, and in a certain sense, I agree. But then that would mean that Crowder decided to take that same approach and ramp it up, by driving an even bigger wedge than ever before. So, all in all, I would love to welcome Crowder to the hall of hypocrites, because if Trevor Noah is a cold on American society, then Crowder would be AIDS.