Trump Recovers Stolen Phone, Reaches Out To "New Right" With Jack Posobiec Retweet - Mike Cernovich
Connect with us

News

Trump Recovers Stolen Phone, Reaches Out To “New Right” With Jack Posobiec Retweet

Published

on

How was Jack Posobiec retweeted by President Donald Trump? That may seem like a minor question in light of today’s press conference, although in fact the press conference confirmed some chatter I had been hearing all morning.

General Kelly took away Trump’s phone? Multiple people close to POTUS told me Kelly “took away his phone,” although I wasn’t able to confirm if they meant this literally or figuratively. Did the President of the United States actually have his phone taken from his physical possession? This struck me as hard to believe, although it was clear the tone and tenor of Trump’s tweets had changed, and the sources who provided me this information had regularly given me massive scoops.

That said, Kelly kept the Oval Office doors closed and would not allow anyone to give Trump any articles or blog posts without first clearing them through Kelly. Trump was isolated and wasn’t getting information from new-right media.

The only way to reach Trump was via Sean Hannity. Indeed Trump found out about the Rich Higgins firing and Susan Rice security clearance scandal because journalist Sara Carter mentioned Rice regularly on Hannity. In that sense, Sara Carter is one of the most important national security reporters, and Hannity is the most important cable news host today.

Sources have told me they go to Carter with the biggest stories, due to the direct line her reporting has to POTUS.

Many were calling Kelly’s reorganization of the White House the “General’s coup,” and my sources referred to it was Trump being on “house arrest.” 

Trump was monitoring the Charlottesville development carefully, and had his advisers sharing him video footage from the event. Yes, Trump was actually watching video clips as the situation developed.

Meanwhile, Trump found out people were saying Kelly took his phone, and he wasn’t happy (to put it mildly).

As Trump watched the footage from Charlottesville, he was disgusted and appalled. Trump was also taken aback that the media was blaming him for the attacks

No one ever said anything to Obama about the riots,” Trump was heard telling one adviser.

Trump wanted to distanced himself from the worst elements of the “alt right” while maintaining the support of the base. Twitter sentiment is monitored closely within the White House, with Twitter being seen as the “spirit” of the basic.

Donald Trump Jr. had been sending around Posobiec’s Tweet about Chicago shootings. Trump asked if Posobiec was a “good guy,” Jr. said yes, and the RT happened.

The next morning Trump called out the neo-Nazi element of the alt-right while also forcing the media on its back foot by calling out the “alt-left.

 The alt-left is a term which comes directly from Sean Hannity, who coined it. Indeed I suggested that Hannity was making a branding mistake by labelling the violent left the alt-left. (Hannity wins that exchange, obviously.)

General Kelly was not happyas this photograph from Joe Toohey captures perfectly.

General Kelly’s reaction to today’s press conference was captured by NBC.

Some high profile resignations are expected to be reported soon.

Mike Cernovich is a journalist, author, and filmmaker.

Support Mike Cernovich’s high impact journalism on Patreon here.

Media

New Yorker Fires Male Feminist Ryan Lizza Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Published

on

The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza is the latest entrant on the “shitty men in media” list to be accused of sexual misconduct, giving further credit to the list’s veracity.

The Daily Beast quotes The New Yorker as stating that they have “learned that Ryan Lizza engaged in what we believe was improper sexual conduct.”

“We have reviewed the matter and, as a result, have severed ties with Lizza,” the outlet’s statement reportedly continues. “Due to a request for privacy, we are not commenting further.”

In a statement to BuzzFeed, Lizza is quoted as stating, “I am dismayed that The New Yorker has decided to characterize a respectful relationship with a woman I dated as somehow inappropriate.”

The “shitty men in media list” had Lizza pegged for inappropriate direct messages to women.

Lizza is now the seventh man on the list, which was first discussed by Cernovich Media in late October.

For more information about the other six, please visit this page.

Continue Reading

Media

Six Men From ‘Sh*tty Men In Media List’ Have Resigned Or Been Fired… Who’s Next?

Published

on

A recap of the infamous “shitty men in media” list finds that since its existence was first publicized by Cernovich Media in late October, six men on it have either resigned or been fired from their positions at notable media outlets.

Cernovich Media first came across the list – which circulated among female journalists in the form of a spreadsheet – after it came into the hands of leading journalist Mike Cernovich.

At the time, a number of media outlets attempted to question the list’s veracity. The Cut, for instance, deemed it “unsubstantiated” and smeared Cernovich as attention-seeking.

While many of the men on the list remain free of formal complaints or evidence of wrongdoing, the appearance of six on the list appears to have been justified through internal investigations/proceedings at their respective outlets.

On the list, Michael Hafford – formerly of Broadly – was accused by multiple women of physical abuse, non-consensual choking, forced drug use, non-consensual barebacking during sex and inappropriate communication.

In November, a spokesperson for Broadly’s parent company Vice confirmed that Hafford has been banned as a contributor as a result of his alleged behavior.

Leon Wieseltier also appeared on the list, where he was accused of “workplace harassment.”

News broke in late October that Wiesltier’s magazine – which was set to launch that month – had been suspended.

Wiesltier – who worked for The Atlantic and The New Republic – also issued an apology, stating, “for my offenses against some of my colleagues in the past I offer a shaken apology and ask for their forgiveness.”

Next up is Hamilton Fish, who appeared on the list where he was accused of assaulting an employee at The Nation.

In early November, news broke that Fish had resigned as president and publisher of The New Republic. This news came one day after The New Republic announced it would be launching an investigation into Fish’s behavior.

Lorin Stein resigned as editor of The Paris Review after admitting to behaving inappropriately with women he worked with. This appears to be consistent with allegations leveled against Stein on the ‘shitty men in media list,’ where he stands accused of “workplace harassment.”

GQ political correspondent Rupert Myers lost his gig in October after numerous allegations surfaced concerning his behavior. The ‘shitty men in media list’ has Myers accused of inappropriate physical contact, harassment and reaching out to women in “professional context” before turning “very creepy.”

Coming in at #6 is David Corn – the Mother Jones and MSNBC affiliate who was outed in early November as having done a number of questionable things, including making rape jokes, inappropriately touching his coworkers and making unwanted references to their anatomy.

If the circumstances surrounding these men is any indicator, things aren’t looking too good for the other folks on the ‘shitty men in media list.’

Continue Reading

News

LA Commissioner Celebrates Destruction of Rupert Murdoch’s Mansion in Wildfire

Published

on

One of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s transportation commissioners celebrated the possible destruction of Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch’s mansion in a fire that has ravaged part of the city.

In a post shared earlier this week on Facebook, Tafarai Bayne commented as follows:

Bayne is your typical leftist activist that infiltrates local government in California.

 

In addition to serving as the vice president of the Board of Transportation Commissioners for L.A.’s Department of Transportation, his LinkedIn page lists him as a “chief strategist” for CicLAvia, an organization that seeks to force people out of cars and onto bicycles.

Since sharing the post Bayne has set most of his Facebook posts to private.

Bayne’s callous comments follow in a long line of social media posts published by leftists taking joy and satisfaction out of the misfortune experienced by those who have center right political viewpoints during Hurricane Harvey and the Las Vegas mass shooting at a country music festival.

The latest reports are that Murdoch’s $30 million manse was partially damaged according to a statement released on behalf of the media tycoon.

Continue Reading

Support Our Team!

BUY YOUR COPY NOW!

Title

Trending