Steven Crowder, host of Louder With Crowder, is facing serious backlash after a segment on his recent livestream where his guest host mocked the newly announced gay Captain America, saying the character will contract HIV/AIDS.
Dave Landau, a comedian who studied at Second City and works primarily in Detroit, said this without a second thought on a crowded livestream.
After being widely condemned for racism, “Louder with Crowder” crew doubles down on bigotry. Here's the guest host… https://t.co/CIvDyr82Gf— Jason Campbell (@Jason Campbell) 1616014344.0
This segment came shortly after Landau made transphobic comments about actor Elliott Page, claiming his "breasts will be auctioned off on eBay".
Landau also said the new teenaged Captain America looked like he "sells ecstasy outside of a rave in the year 2001."
@JasonSCampbell Why can’t COVID ever find guys like these?— 😀 (@😀) 1616014486.0
Not surprising considering Steven Crowder has been trying to downplay the damage aids did for years. He even did a… https://t.co/9Hziqn2ElT— Dylan Burns🕊️🏳️🌈 (@Dylan Burns🕊️🏳️🌈) 1616407028.0
The #homophobic vitriol from the right continues. The most recent Louder with Crowder podcast says the new gay… https://t.co/54rwN5xUay— 🏳️🌈b mcarthur (he,him) (@🏳️🌈b mcarthur (he,him)) 1616340012.0
This is not the first time Crowder's brand has made offensive statements against the LGBTQ+ community surrounding HIV/AIDS.
In another video, Crowder claimed the HIV/AIDS epidemic, which is actually one of two currently active pandemics in the world, was all a hoax and never happened.
39 million people have died from HIV/AIDS since the pandemic began in 1981.
Friendly reminder that Steven Crowder also believes the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 80s and early 90s was a hoax created by the media.— Ashworth (@Ashworth) 1612301670.0
I think it’s worth pointing this out cos a lot of people don’t know this but Steven Crowder is an AIDS denialist. Pass it on.— Dick Coughlan (@Dick Coughlan) 1599750792.0
@yashar Steven Crowder is raging homophobe who 100% should be deplatformed. A couple years ago he made claimed that… https://t.co/hpgAMhQhp8— liz / #BLM (@liz / #BLM) 1594493465.0
Aaron Fisher, the new Captain America, was inspired by "heroes of the queer community: activists, leaders and everyday folks pushing for a better life."
Those folks included members of the ACT UP movement, who pushed for national attention for the very real HIV/AIDS crisis.
Steven Crowder @scrowder is the guy in the "Change my Mind" meme. He is also an AIDS denier with millions of follow… https://t.co/In17m8PyL6— Dan Wilson (@Dan Wilson) 1587564509.0
@AtrociousDay @ArielleScarcell @scrowder Steven Crowder is the man who lied that the AIDs epidemic of the 80s, whic… https://t.co/3eqvThUV1H— The World Can Be Put To Rights. (@The World Can Be Put To Rights.) 1583635395.0
Steven Crowder is an AIDS epidemic denialist, and honestly that alone is enough of a reason to have him kicked him off Youtube.— O (@O) 1560565260.0
You might have heard of AdPocolypse 3.0 spurred on by reactionary Steven Crowder’s harassment of a Vox journalist.… https://t.co/85f8pgn7tY— Tommy McMurtry (@Tommy McMurtry) 1560405969.0
@atheist_cvnt I really think you should have mentioned for example Steven Crowder’s claims that AIDS was a fake hys… https://t.co/1Urtzp1ALl— Tem Balke (@Tem Balke) 1559902746.0
June 2, 2021 is when we can expect Aaron Fisher, the new Captain America, to debut, according to writer Joshua Trujillo.
The special will see Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes, Sam Wilson, and Fisher—all iterations of Captain America—teaming up to find the Captain's stolen shield.