Reince Priebus is the White House Chief of Staff. No one is closer to President Trump. Mike Cernovich is an author and filmmaker far removed from the Administration. Why has the media written more hit pieces about me than about Reince? The media isn’t barking at Reince. Why?
Fans of Sherlock Holmes will recognize the dog that didn’t bark allusion, which comes from The Adventures of Silver Blaze, a story involving the murder of a horse trainer and the disappearance of race horse.
Police initially suspect a stranger stole the horse, which Holmes considered curious as a guard dog was never heard barking during the horse’s disappearance.
Gregory (Scotland Yard detective): “Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?”
Holmes: “To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.”
Gregory: “The dog did nothing in the night-time.”
Holmes: “That was the curious incident.”
As Holmes explains: “I had grasped the significance of the silence of the dog, for one true inference invariably suggests others…. Obviously the midnight visitor was someone whom the dog knew well.”
There are leaks coming from the White House, and one cannot find any shortage of hit pieces on General Flynn, Steve Bannon, Steven Miller, and Kellyanne Conway.
CNN, WaPo, and the New York Times has gone after me several times, and I have nothing to do with the current Administration.
Where are the fake news media hit pieces on Reince Priebus? Why isn’t the media dog barking?
Perhaps they know him all too well.
Mike Cernovich is a documentary filmmaker and author of Gorilla Mindset. His latest book, MAGA Mindset, explained the rise of Trump, predicted Trump’s win, and was published before the election. You can read it here, because you want to understand world affairs.