Today the NY Times wrote about me. Read it here:
Go a click in one direction and the group is enhanced by intellectuals with tony affiliations like Steven Pinker at Harvard. But go a click in another and you’ll find … conspiracy theorists like Mike Cernovich (the #PizzaGate huckster).
But is a statement of principles necessary to make a judgment call about people like Mr. Cernovich…
The subject came up at that dinner in Los Angeles. Mr. Rubin, whose mentor is Larry King, insisted his job is just to let the person sitting across from him talk and let the audience decide. But with a figure like Mr. Cernovich, who can occasionally sound reasonable, how is a viewer supposed to know better?
But people who pride themselves on pursuing the truth and telling it plainly should be capable of applying these labels when they’re deserved. It seems to me that if you are willing to sit across from … Mike Cernovich and take him seriously, there’s a high probability that you’re either cynical or stupid. If there’s a reason for shorting the I.D.W., it’s the inability of certain members to see this as a fatal error.
What should also interest you, as a reader, is what every media outlet omits.
I’ve written an international best-selling on mindset, broken some major stories (one led to a Congressman resigning), and am in post-production on my most recent film. I’m also a performance artist, fiction writer, and character actor.
Oh and I’m also involved in First Amendment and free press lawsuit, and the Associated Press filed an amicus (“friend of the court”) brief supporting my arguments.
My first book Gorilla Mindset is an international best-seller with over 1,000 reviews on Amazon.
I’ve held Gorilla Mindset seminars all over the world.
My first film on free speech had a diverse and illustrious cast including Alan Dershowitz.
I am in post-production on my second film.
Hoaxed. Break free from the fake news simulation.
I broke the Susan Rice unmasking story and secured legal documents implicating then-Congressman John Conyers in a confidential and illegal “off-the-books” sexual harassment settled.
What’s next for Cernovich?
No one knows, not even I know.
My foray into journalism was accidental.
In life I throw myself into ridiculous and challenging situations, much like an escape artist, for the thrill of solving a puzzle.
Then I write about the insane situations I put myself into for the amusement and education of you all.
And also to show that Gorilla Mindset’s principles are universal. You can use them for any endeavor.
Most people don’t know I and a partner threw the largest Inauguration party.
A few months ago we also threw a major bash in New York.
The event, held at the City Club in D.C., started with an hour-plus panel that included plenty of intimate dialogue with the audience, where “America First” issues were discussed at length. Milo Yiannopoulos was one of the panelists. The seriousness of the discussion was palpable. There was no ranting, or raving, just the intellectual pursuit of how to restore the grandeur to this great nation. The narrative in the corrupt media about these events could not be farther from the truth — that is on purpose, of course. A movement that is colorblind and only looks to raise the fortunes of all Americans is a dangerous cocktail for the left and its identity-politics agenda.
Who is Cernovich?
Am I a performance artist, author, mindset expert, film maker, entertainer, conspiracy theorist, or something more or less?
People can think what they like and say what they like.
It doesn’t matter.