A scam company known as “Demographics Pro” has started a media hoax about me, on direct orders from the Southern Poverty Law Center. This hoax was fed to “journalists” James Fallows (The Atlantic) and Sammy Nickalls (Esquire) among others.
The headlines read, “Over a Third of Trump Supporters Follow White Nationalists on Twitter, Research Finds.” How can this be? It’s a hoax, that’s how. Demographics Pro claimed I was a white nationalist in order to create this media hoax, which was spread widely by the hoaxing media.
When you do some fact-checking, which no one taught frauds James Fallows and Sammy Nickalls how to do in journalism school, you’ll see how the scam company Demographics Pro was able to come up with that headline.
In Appendix A1: White Nationalist Twitter accounts, you see my name is included.
White nationalists will disavow me faster than I can type, “I’m not a white nationalist.”
Cernovich may or may not be Jewish, but we know with 100% certainty he is a race mixer. https://t.co/veLC73777J
— Mary Whittier (@marylovefreedom) July 9, 2016
@stingeu999 I doubt Cernovich is Jewish, but he sure is a race mixer.
— Grayshirt (@Gryshemp) October 15, 2016
@Cernovich You gotta embrace miscegenation goy.
Oh you already have? eeeexcelent. pic.twitter.com/wyf9jUEPaJ
— White Culture Daily (@huWhiteDaily) May 23, 2016
As you can see, The Atlantic is a hoax publication, as is Esquire.
Why did Demographics Pro falsely accuse me of being a white nationalist? Because in truth there aren’t that many white nationalists in the U.S. When you add my Twitter account with its over 143,000 Twitter followers and 150 million impressions a month, you’re able to have a data set making white nationalism look huge.
You then use this fabricated data set to score political points against Trump.
Hoaxing journalists like James Fallows and Sammy Nickalls and The Atlantic and Esquire will spread these hoaxes gleefully.
I was going to take Saturday off, but when the media is lying about you, then you take action. As the New Yorker reported:
These days, Cernovich’s primary target is the “hoaxing media.” He told me, “The mainstream media has lost so much legitimacy at this point that if they reported, ‘We just saw Trump beat the shit out of a guy on the street,’ skeptical people like my readers would go, ‘Really? Is there video? Was the video doctored?’ ” Such casual cynicism, of course, redounds to Trump’s advantage. For his part, Trump may have changed his mind about almost every policy proposal and campaign strategy, but he consistently maintains that journalists are scum.
Andrew Marantz (who follows me on Twitter and who I personally think is an honest guy if not snarky writer) called my view on the media “casual cynicism.”
Well Andrew, congratulations! According to The Atlantic and Esquire, you follow a white nationalist Twitter account. Of course Andrew and anyone who has met me knows I’m not a white nationalist. Why then does the media “report” those lies?
As I told Ryan Holiday at the Observer:
Most of what the liberal media does is outright hoaxing. We’ve gone from a world where journalists are biased to a world where journalists fabricate stories, as Sabrina Erdely and Rolling Stone did.
I am not a white nationalist, I have never claimed to be, and white nationalists will confirm all of this.
Why do I despise the hoaxing media?
The Atlantic and Esquire lied about me, and you know what will happen? I’ll sell more books!
Right now I’m going to tell you that my latest best-selling book MAGA Mindset has an entire section on how to fight back against the hoaxing media, and so you’re going to buy and read it.
But what about the average person who is lied about? Because my platforms are larger than The Atlantic and Esquire, these lies give me a chance to build up my own brands.
For the rest of America, one bad article can ruin that person’s life and destroy the person’s reputation.
That’s why I wrote MAGA Mindset – for YOU.
The hoaxing media isn’t going anywhere. You had better learn how to fight back because if they’ll lie about me today, what if they come for you tomorrow?
P.S. The SPLC has also lots its mind, although that’s perhaps an article for another day.
— American Humanist (@americnhumanist) October 27, 2016