Deplorable Mike Cernovich Says Interview Fair in #fakenews Story on 60 Minutes

MIKE CERNOVICH. SELF-DESCRIBED JOURNALIST.

Author (Gorilla Mindset) and blogger Mike Cernovich pushed himself into the middle of election 2016. His pro-Trump positions were embraced by the Deplorables.

Via some clever self-promotion, he takes the credit for the “Hillary has Parkinson’s Disease” theory. Thus, on Sunday night, 60 Minutes interviewd Cernovich about that issue in a story on #fakenews.

Mediaite

Right wing media was abuzz this weekend after learning that Michael Cernovich would appear on 60 Minutes to discuss his website Danger and Play and fake news. The final result, Sunday, was a tense exchange between the liberal bête noire, and interviewer Scott Pelley.

Despite the tension, Cernovich said the interview was “fair” and even declared the segment “good journalism.”

“It was fair. They took their shots at me while giving me a chance to respond,” he said in a statement to Mediaite. “I have no issues with it at all. It was good journalism.”

During the interview, Pelley laced into Cernovich over his coverage of Hillary Clinton’s health, specifically calling out a story he published titled “Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s Disease, Physician Confirms.”

Pelley: You don’t think that’s misleading?

Cernovich: No.

You believe it’s true today?

Oh, absolutely…She had a seizure and froze up walking into her motorcade that day.

Well, she had pneumonia. I mean…

How do you know? Who told you that?

Well, the campaign told us that.

Why would you trust the campaign?

The point is you didn’t talk to anybody who’d ever examined Hillary Clinton.

I don’t take anything Hillary Clinton is going to say at all as true. I’m not going to take her on her word. The media says we’re not going to take Donald Trump on his word. And that’s why we are in these different universes.

Cernovich is alt-light, not alt-right.

He’s also a self-promoter par excellence.

Although I can’t cite any examples here, I’ve caught him in quite a few falsehoods when I’ve checked his Tweets.

This Tweet is dubious.

Which is not to say that Cernovich never does good work. His fans are ecstatic over this quote.

60 Minutes is theater designed to get our attention off the real issues. David Duke, for example, would be a better interview than Cernovich. But you just know that CBS does not want a discussion of Jewish control of the media and banking. The topic of #fakenews is a lot safer.

Deplorables Man Up on the Beach, Take on Antifa Thugs with FISTS of Fury

The action:

American pride:

Tara McCarthy Interviews Styxhexenhammer666: Ethno Nationalism, Meme Magick, and Democracy

Tara McCarthy is one of those attractive young white female journalists with an interest in white identity. You can see her worthwhile Twitter page for examples of the kinds of stories that interest her.

Styxhexenhammer666 has a large following among youthful politically incorrect white people. His Twitter is here.

Read the following entry on him at the youtube wiki and then watch a little of the video to see if his analysis of current events offers anything of value to you.

Youtube wiki

Styxhexenhammer666, real name Tarl Warwick, is a YouTuber who shares his views on various topics of interest such as religion, politics, world events, occultism and posts other miscellaneous material. He is known for his ability to speak continuously for over twenty minutes without editing.

Overview
A typical video has him sitting in his house with his microphone in view expressing his opinions on politics and current events. Not all of his videos are of him speaking his mind on camera. For example, he has uploaded music videos by Charles Manson, videos of his garden, promotion of his occult literary works and more recently the opening of field ration packs.

Many of his videos, especially between 2011 and 2014 have been about religion. His religious background is that as a child, he was a deist Christian until becoming a fundamentalist Christian at the age of 15. When he became an adult, he started researching religions and came to the belief that religion was a negative force and became an Atheist. For a while he considered himself an independent Satanist before leaving the philosophy for Paganism. He has been mistaken for being a devil worshipper because of the name “Satanism”, but he was actually an Atheistic Satanist, a form of Satanism that uses the name “Satan” as a symbol of rebellion against Christianity, he never believed in a literal Satan.

He had previously uploaded trip reports from when he used recreational drugs. He stopped using drugs in 2010 after a severe overdose from a type of synthetic marijuana known as “Spice” that sent him to a psychiatric ward. He said it took many months before he felt normal again and advised that no one should ever use the substance.

During 2016, his videos became increasingly focused on the 2016 United States presidential election. Initially, he endorsed Garry Johnson of the Libertarian Party, until he felt he could no longer support Johnson due to differences in views on Islamic immigration and switched his support to Donald Trump. Even before he unendorsed Garry Johnson, he predicted that Donald Trump would win presidency and also voted for Trump in the Vermont primaries, making him one of very few political commentators to successfully predict the outcome of the general election.

His videos can be controversial and he is not afraid to express opinions considered to be unpopular. Beginning with Charles Manson, he has expressed his belief that Manson was innocent and should be released from prison. During the years when most of his uploads were about religion, he expressed his fair share of anti-religious sentiment, especially towards Christianity, Judaism and Islam. He also considered himself to be the most anti-religious person in Vermont. He has admitted to receiving death threats from Christians due his anti-Christian videos, although he said he never had a problem with liberal Christians, it was the fundamentalist Christians had a problem with.

Political views
Tarl Warwick’s political views are complex and have been known to change over time. Views expressed include anti-religion, populism, classical liberalism, drug legalization, pro-abortion, right to bear arms, cultural nationalism, anti-globalization and apocalypticism. Examples of how his political views have changed over time include how he used to consider himself a Liberal around 2009, but later became a Libertarian. Another example was in 2016 when he abandoned his support for the Libertarian Party in favor of Donald Trump, after saying a year earlier that he would never vote for Trump.

He opposes the European Union and has made videos in support of Eurosceptic right-wing populist parties, such as the Freedom Party of Austria and National Front in France. He also urged all his British viewers to vote to leave the EU in the 2016 Brexit referendum.

Warwick is critical of open-door immigration policies such as those in place in Europe because he believes the people do not assimilate to into a common culture and allows entry to Islamic extremists. He believes multiculturalism has failed but multiethnicism can work if assimilation is encouraged.

Warwick has attracted a following from the alt-right, a loosely formed political movement centred around white nationalism. He has said in 2016 that he is “not really on the alt-right”, but appeared sympathetic to the movement. In September 2016, he appeared as a guest on Red Ice TV, a YouTube channel which describes itself as “predominately focusing on issues concerning European survival” where he admitted he was on the fringes of the alt-right. In a video posted on December 31, 2016, he mentioned about being more than happy to called “alt-lite”.

Angry over U.S. healthcare fail, Trump voters spare him blame

Excerpt from Reuters

The day after the flaming out of U.S. President Donald Trump’s first major legislative initiative, his supporters across America were lashing out – at conservatives, at Democrats, at leaders of his Republican Party in Congress.

Only Trump himself was spared their wrath.

Many voters who elected him appeared largely willing to give him a pass on the collapse of his campaign promise to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system, stressing his short time in office.

“Being a businessman, he’ll not take ‘no’ for an answer,” said Tony Nappi, a 71-year-old from Trinity, Florida, one of the many disappointed Republicans on his weekend softball team. “He’ll get the job done.”

Support for Trump appeared unflagging, from the playing fields of a Republican stronghold in central Florida to the small town diners of North Carolina, the suburbs of Arkansas and the streets of working-class Staten Island in New York City.

Rebellion among members of his own party sealed the failure of Trump’s effort to repeal and replace the 2010 Affordable Care Act – known as Obamacare – the signature domestic policy achievement of Democratic former President Barack Obama.

Despite casting himself on the campaign trail as “the best dealmaker there is”, Trump could not save the healthcare bill yanked by Republican leaders in the House of Representatives on Friday in an embarrassing turn of events for them and Trump. Objections among Republican moderates and the party’s most conservative lawmakers left leaders short of the votes needed for passage, with Democrats unified in opposition.

“He can’t wave a magic wand,” said Ramona Bourdo, 70, a retired nurse, eating breakfast at a McDonald’s in suburban Little Rock, Arkansas. “I’ve not lost confidence in him.”

Still, the barista at the Grind Cafe in Morganton, North Carolina, who cannot afford his own insurance and remains on his parents’ plan, felt Trump shared responsibility in the debacle.

“I think it’s partially his fault,” said Joel Martin, a 21-year-old Republican and Trump supporter. “I don’t think he has enough personal knowledge to do what he needs to do to get a healthcare bill through Congress.”

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His hometown, population 17,000, sits within the heavily rural congressional district of Representative Mark Meadows, a North Carolina Republican whose opposition as the head of the conservative House Freedom Caucus helped sink the bill.

Sharing in the frustration of loyal Republicans was 82-year-old Jeanette Madison, a registered independent in the New York City borough of Staten Island, who voted for Trump.

“I blame the Democrats and Republicans in Congress. They are a bunch of bastards. I’m just fed up,” she said, apologizing for colorful language as she walked her dog down a city street.

LESSONS TO LEARN

In Florida’s Pasco County, where Trump’s stronger-than-expected showing helped to seal his victory in the largest U.S. battleground state, some fans seized on the silver lining.

Neighbors Patti Niehaus, a Democrat, and Margie Hahne, a Republican, agreed that Trump may have needed last week’s crash course in governing, having never before held elected office.

“You can’t just go and tell people what to do like he’s used to doing,” said Hahne, 74. “Trump’s got to learn a lot.”

Let Trump handle Ryan as he sees fit. The most effective tactic at our disposal is to create anger toward (((Chuck Schumer))) and Nancy Pelosi.

President Trump’s Louisville Rally March 20, 2017 (full video and story)

Trump begins speaking at about the 2 hour and 44 minute mark.

The story of the rally as published in the local press seems reasonably fair to me. It has to be better than you’d get from Huffinton Post, CNN, etc.

Louisville Courier-Journal

Resurrecting coal jobs, replacing Obamacare and making America great again. President Donald Trump descended upon Louisville Monday night, where he regaled thousands of wildly enthusiastic supporters with familiar promises from the 2016 campaign trail as Kentuckians still infuriated by his election protested outside.

Here are the highlights from The Donald’s brief-but-boisterous visit to the Derby City.

Trump willing to work with Rand Paul

Many expected Trump to use Monday’s rally to promote his administration’s plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare.

Trump promised the result of the ongoing negotiations over Republicans’ repeal-and-replace plan for the ACA would be wonderful and indicated that he is willing to work with Paul on that front. “I happen to like – a lot – Sen. Rand Paul,” Trump said. “He’s a good guy.”

But the president didn’t focus solely on health care during his speech. He whipped through a series of talking points that felt like a reprise of his campaign’s greatest hits. Trump promised the Second Amendment is safe – insinuating that it wouldn’t have been if Hillary Clinton had won – and told a cheering crowd, “We believe in two simple rules: Buy American and hire American.”

Rand Paul peaced out before Trump arrived

Sen. Rand Paul paid Louisville a quick visit Monday too but jetted back to Washington, D.C., instead of sticking around for Trump’s rally.

Paul once again swore to oppose the Trump-backed “Obamacare Lite” plan for replacing the ACA Monday during a local, invite-only chamber of commerce event.

He said he welcomed Trump to Kentucky but had to head back to D.C. to work on the coalition that’s trying to defeat the current repeal-and-replace bill.

Protesters passionate but dwarfed by supporters

As thousands lined up to see Trump speak, several hundred protesters gathered outside Freedom Hall with eye-popping signs to demonstrate that not all Kentuckians support the president despite how handily he won the state’s electoral votes last November.

After the rally ended, Louisville police officers worked to keep the people who came to cheer Trump and those who came to jeer him apart. That didn’t stop both sides from swapping insults, though.

Trump pledges support for coal miners

Trump promised his administration will transform the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency “from a job-killer into a job-creator.”

“We are going to put our coal miners back to work,” he said. “They have not been treated well, but they’re going to be treated well now.”

Trump talks of unity

Although Trump reiterated his promise to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border Monday night, the president emphasized unity as he wrapped up his speech.

Everyone bleeds the same red blood, he told the crowd. “We are Americans and the future belongs to us. The future belongs to you,” he said.

In the face of unprecedented abuse, President Trump seems to draw strength from his deplorables. May we keep the faith with him as he hits bumps in the road while trying his best to Make America Great Again.

Jewish News Organization Bad Mouths Trump Rally with Biased Reporting

This report on the Presidential rally held in Melbourne, Florida on February 18, 2017 is not so much made up of lies, but rather of omissions.

The tone is slanted. There’s no effort made to understand why Trump’s people support him or why he needs their support in the face of unprecedented demonization by the Democrat Party and the press.

San Diego Jewish World

MELBOURNE, Fla. — President Donald Trump returned to campaign mode Saturday with a clear opponent in mind — the media — declaring before thousands of cheering supporters that “fake news” was undermining his nascent administration’s accomplishments.

The White House was running “so smoothly,” Trump said in an airport hangar here. He said the rally was about sharing “our incredible progress in making America great again.”

“I also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news,” he said. “They’ve become a big part of the problem. They are part of the corrupt system.”

In its first four weeks, Trump’s administration has faced setbacks with little precedent, chief among them the ouster of his national security advisor after just three weeks amid a deepening controversy over Russian interference in the U.S. government.

Trump’s approval ratings are historically low for a new president; one of his Cabinet nominees withdrew despite a low confirmation threshold; and the courts stalled a major initiative, the temporary ban on travel to the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim nations.

Trump painted a far different picture. “A great spirit of optimism is sweeping — and you see it — is sweeping across the country,” he said, citing recent stock market highs as his chief evidence.

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Trump Rally, Melbourne, Florida, 1/18/2017, Full Speech (Video and Transcript)

I watched most of the rally live. It’s classic Trump.

Enjoy, if you haven’t seen it.

Full transcript at Palm Beach Post

Here is a full transcript of Trump’s remarks according to C-Span and Vox:

Thank you, everybody, thank you. I didn’t know that Melania was going to be saying the Lord’s Prayer, but I thought that was very beautiful, thank you, thank you.

It’s so great to be here in Florida. My second home with you. This is a state I truly love. This is a state where we all had great victory together. Thank you.

It’s now been a month since my inauguration. And I am here to tell you about our incredible progress in making America great again. I’m also here to tell you about our plans for the future and they’re big and they’re bold and It’s what our country is all about, believe me.

I’m here because I want to be among my friends and among the people. This was a great movement, a movement like has never been seen before in our country our probably anywhere else. This was a truly great movement And I want to be here with you, and I will always be with you. I promise you that. I want to be in a room filled with hard working American patriots who love their country, who salute their flag and who pray for a better future.

I also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. The dishonest media which has published one false story after another with no sources, even though they pretend they have them, they make them up in many cases, they just don’t want to report the truth and they’ve been calling us wrong now for two years. They don’t get it. By they’re starting to get it. I can tell you that. They’ve become a big part of the problem. They are part of the corrupt system. Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, and Abraham Lincoln and many of our greatest presidents fought with the media and called them out often times on their lies. When the media lies to people, I will never, ever let them get away with it. I will do whatever I can that. They don’t get away with it.

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