“Louder with Crowder” host Steven Crowder announced he is leaving "The Blaze" after spending four years with them.
The conservative commentator is well known for his "Change My Mind" segments where he appears on college campuses and sets up a table and debates hot social issues such as abortion, gender and gun control with progressive college students.
Here is an episode of "Change My Mind" where the topic debated it "There are two genders."
Crowder took to social media to announce he's leaving The Blaze.
“I, Mug Club, am leaving The Blaze,” said Crowder, who had nothing but good things to say about The Blaze. “I’ve lost sleep over this for months, because I knew that I wouldn’t be renewing and of course The Blaze knew that I wouldn’t be renewing. But I have no way of reaching you.”
Crowder's "Mug Club" is the annual membership to access his premium content where you get a mug in exchange for joining. He has over six million subscribers on YouTube and one million more on Rumble.
Crowder asked fans to sign up at Mug Club Forever to receive updates on Crowder's next move after The Blaze.
"I & Mug Club are leaving the Blaze." https://t.co/SVNUDoWcL4
If you're a Mug Club member or if you want to sign up for it in the new year, add your email here: https://t.co/Cll71JiM0B. pic.twitter.com/b4REmTAELJ
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) December 15, 2022
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