As you all know, I’m a powerful writer. My sentences are short, punchy, and often devastating. Seth Rogen quit posting anything remotely edgy on Twitter after his wife cucked him with me. Shaun King deleted nearly 100,000 Tweets after I exposed him as a fraud. I also exposed white male Glenn Beck for making death threats against Donald Trump.
I have gone after every group of people, and even have argued with white nationalists in the past.
When you write as much as I do, it’s easy to create a narrative about a person.
For example, this article in Tablet Magazine makes it appear I’m anti-Semitic because I debate political pundits who happen to be Jewish.
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However, I’m a grown man. I won’t claim the author harassed me by writing about or criticizing me.
When you write and speak for a living, people are going to attack you.
What’s fascinating is how easy narratives are to construct. If you didn’t know me, you’d read the article and think I single out one group of people.
By the way, credit to Armin Rosen for fairly quoting me.
Predictably, Trump supporters quickly disavow any accusations of anti-Semitism. “There is no anti-Semitism problem among Trump supporters,” Cernovich claimed during our direct message (DM) conversation over Twitter. Then again, Cernovich believes that at least some of what’s normally construed as “anti-Semitism” falls within the realm of rational analysis. “My take on a lot of the “anti-Semitism” stuff is this: Jews criticize whites, and no one has a problem. When Whites criticize Jews, it’s immediately labelled anti-Semitic. Are Jews off limits from criticism? Are whites the only group of people open to criticism? That never made much sense to me.”
Always remain critical readers and critical thinkers.
It’s easy to create a false narrative, and that’s all the media does these days. They never give the full story. Remember that and they’ll never hoax you again.