Is Carlos Maza, Vlogger Who Tried to Get Steven Crowder Kicked Off YouTube, Leaving Vox?

Steven Crowder vents about YouTube.

Last June I told you about the dispute between conservative pundit and comedian Steven Crowder and a Vox.com vlogger named Carlos Maza. Crowder made some mean jokes about Maza on his podcast, and Maza did not appreciate being mocked. Oh no, he did not like it one bit.

Maza threw a fit and, using the Vox resources at his disposal, managed to get Crowder's YouTube channel demonetized. But Maza didn't get Crowder kicked off the platform. He didn't silence Crowder. He failed.

I can't imagine how painful that must've been for poor Carlos. Can you even fathom the agony of really wanting somebody to shut up, and then not getting your way? This is America!

And the bad news for Maza continues. Keith J. Kelly, NY Post:

Carlos Maza, the controversial host of the show “Strikethrough,” appears to be on the way out at Vox Media...

Initially, sources said, Vox executives had supported him in his battle with [Steven] Crowder. But as Maza wanted to escalate the all-out war, their support seemed to wane...

Vox Media did not return calls seeking comment. But one source said Maza is negotiating a severance package.

Hmmm. Sounds like Carlos "Maza" gotten a better offer somewhere else! Or maybe Vox is tired of crap like this:

But don't worry about Maza. He will survive. As long as he knows how to love, you know he'll stay alive.

So far so good!

As for Crowder...

Whatever happens next for Carlos Maza, I wish him the best of luck. In today's media ecosphere, there's always a place for someone who's willing to work so hard at being a victim.