The video giant is accused of profiting off pedophilia and homophobic bigotry.
The Texas Republican tweeted in defense of Steven Crowder, whose slur-filled videos sparked a harassment campaign against Vox journalist Carlos Maza.
The website's decision not to enforce its harassment rules against YouTuber Steven Crowder isn't a great sign.
The social media giant previously told Vox's Carlos Maza that "deeply offensive" opinions don't violate its anti-harassment policies.
Calling Vox video producer Carlos Maza a "lispy queer" is "funny and this is a comedy show," Crowder said in his latest video.
YouTube claims to have no tolerance for hate speech or cyberbullying, but Carlos Maza doesn't buy it.