It’s one thing to complain about the hoaxing media, it’s another thing to do something about it. I have been doing honest journalism for the past year, exposing some of the biggest hoaxes of the year. It’s time to up the game.
I DO NOT take a salary for my journalism.
(Book sales cover my salary + savings.)
Journalism pays like trash because “conservatives” throw billions of dollars at feckless think tanks rather than hire people to cover breaking news. As I explained in this article, that’s the biggest mistake the right has made, and it’s why the left has been winning.
- Mike Cernovich PREDICTION Who and How The 2016 Election Will Be Won
I’ve set up a Patreon. None of this money goes into my pocket. All of this money funds honest journalism.
- You can become a monthly Patreon donor.
- You can make make a lump-sum donation via PayPal. .
- You can make an anonymous donation via BitCoin: 1BTwSYqQPWvD7ZrFYevaJmLrT96KmDjcxW
If you are broke, DO NOT put in any money.
If you are struggling financially, please do not feel obligated to throw any money in. Do not feel guilty or any of that nonsense. That’s not how I run this operation. I’m not Glenn Beck and don’t do “poverty plays.” I’m not going to stop writing if people don’t want to kick in some cash.
This is an opportunity for people who have a little extra cash to see that money amplified, to make ripples into the universe.
Because of my network of sources, a small amount of money can have a major impact. I know where the media is vulnerable, and have strong instincts on what stories will create new news cycles.
Your money will fund more BREAKING NEWS.
I’m only interested in reporting on what others won’t cover, or in exposing media hoaxes. I have countless stories and busted some of the biggest hoaxes in 2016.
- Nick Denton cancelled his Gawker party after Emily Youcis confronted him about his child porn habit. This news cycle made it to New York Magazine and Philadelphia Magazine, among others.
- GOP Sabotage was exposed, and we also broke the story about the GOP coup led by Paul Ryan.
- We went to the DNC and RNC to tell you the truth about the enthusiasm gap.
- We broke the story about the rigged microphone at the presidential debate.
- The “refugee crisis” myth was busted by me. My original reporting changed the entire international discussion.
- Whole Foods did not put a slur on a gay pastor’s cake.
- Shaun King was caught in fraud on Twitter.
- The Daily Beast stole $75,000 from its readers.
The biggest story of 2016 was sick Hillary’s health, and we were on top of that and drove it into the mainstream, as reported by Jeff Bezos’ bloggers (WaPo).
Everyone from the New Yorker, Salon, the Daily Beast, WaPo, and the Daily Mail has written about me and my journalism, I’ve been on TV, and created news cycles that you’ll never know about because it made more sense to keep my name out of those stories. (I’m a team player and give my best stories to more mainstream writers to ensure those stories have maximum impact.)
That’s not to brag, it’s proof that I get results. YOUR money will get even bigger results.
Where does the money go?
When I assign a story, the journalist’s expenses plus a reasonable day rate are covered. There are some huge stories that aren’t being reported.
One major story involves car bombings in Sweden and other countries. Local news has been covering up almost daily Islamic terrorism occurring in the West by calling such attacks “vandalism.”
Anyone in Sweden wanna do some journalism on #Malmo? Local media and police are covering up terrorism. Over 60 cars torched in 3 months.
— Mike Cernovich ?? (@Cernovich) September 26, 2016
We want to send some people there to write the true story.
You’ve seen the impact I can do on my own. With more resources, we’ll have more impact.
I’ve always had skin in the game and put my money where my mouth is.
When the feminist-media establishment shut down Cassie Jaye’s film, The Red Pill, I put up $10,000 of my own money in addition to matching contributions from many of you.
Not everyone has $10,000 sitting around, and that’s cool.
Even $1 helps, because it’s social proof.
The more backers I have on Patreon, the more it’ll get noticed. It sends a message to the Big Money that there is a massive demand for an honest media site, and that their money is best spent on journalism rather than “think tanks.”
A big Patreon will also enrage my haters, which as you know is fantastic for our message.
What are the benefits on Patreon?
For $25 a month….
Swag bag. You’ll get t-shirts, coffee mugs, and other cool stuff. Get $25 reward
For $100 a month….
I’ll also select a story to cover from this group of donors every month. Get $100 reward
For $1000 a month…
You are fed up with our hoaxing media, sick of reading the headlines, and tired of cowards who won’t stand up and fight. At this level you want to fund news stories that no one else will cover. You know I will make this happen, because you’ve seen me do it every day out of my own pocket.
We will meet once a month in a private, elite call to discuss recent developments and media and how we can have a greater impact.
We will also have a private, in-person event every six months. This is as much of a “brain trust” or “mastermind group” as it is a way of getting the truth out to the world. You can also make a one-time donation of $10,000 to have access to this benefit for 12 months.
If you have the cash, then you’ll make an impact. If you don’t, no big deal. We are all at different stages of life money wise.
I keep repeating why to NOT put money in as a form of ethical persuasion.
This isn’t where I sell you hard on something, because I am one of the best in the world at that, and truly do not want people who are struggling to feel compelled to back this project.
If I were back in college, I’d kick in a few bucks a month. At my current stage of life, I’d kick in considerably more if someone out there had my impact.
- I’d love to retire from journalism and eagerly await the day that some of you hell raisers make me irrelevant.
Whether you fund this project or not, thanks for reading!