Skip to comments.Mike Cernovich's 'Hoaxed' rips liberal media hypocrisy...
Posted on 11/23/2018 8:37:49 PM PST by caww
Mike Cernovich is about to debut his long-awaited movie about fake news, a visual broadside on the hypocrisy seen often in liberal media and the clearest explanation yet of his tactics popular on conservative social media channels.
In Hoaxed, a quick-paced two-hour documentary, he says, All media is narratives and we are in a war of narratives.
The crowd-funded Hoaxed sticks it to big media like "60 Minutes" and others for playing favorites with Democrats. For example, Cernovich shows video of media figures questioning the health and mind of President Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, but ignoring the signs of ill health, even fainting, by Hillary Clinton.
On "60 Minutes" he challenged reporter Scott Pelley for ignoring Clintons health issues, and the reporter appeared perplexed. Theyre not used to somebody coming after them, said Cernovich.
In drawing attention to Clinton, he explained, he was copying the tactics of the left media. He calls it the fun house mirror.
His movie will debut sometime in December and be featured at the American Priorities conference, where Cernovich and others including Jack Posobiec, Amy Kremer, Niger Innis, Pastor Mark Burns, George Papadopoulos, and Brandon Straka will speak.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
All you loyal Comcast subscribers should demand the DOJ break up this malicious operation.
Anyone want to bet it never makes it to Netflix?
Aren’t most people a little tired of making excuses for Cernovich?
If you don’t know what I mean you don’t follow this self-important jackass on twitter.
Can you be a little more specific.
I can understand how someone would say the same thing about Rush Limbaugh, but they would be wrong.
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