Saturday, June 03, 2017

Hannity schools Washington Post


Mike Cernovich's strategy with the media is to not do media interviews, which only gives the Marxists ammo to shoot you with. He points out radio and TV interviews don't sell his books.

Sean Hannity figured this out, giving the cold shoulder to Erik Wemple of the Washington Post.



Hannity knew he does not need the Washington Post, and so he ignored it.

So, what did Wemple do after Hannity refused to give him an interview? He turned on him.

Just like he would have turned if Hannity were dumb enough to talk to him.

From Wemple and the Washington Post:
Sean Hannity whines: Why aren’t liberals defending me?
For a guy who boasts of his Mixed Martial Arts fixation, his firearms training and just general tough-guy bona fides, Sean Hannity hurts his image when whining. But that’s the activity he undertook last night in a 10-minute monologue.
Ad hominem attack.

That is how the Washington Post does it.

The newspaper does not care about free speech.

Expect no one there to stand up for Hannity or any true conservative.

It is about power.

Jeff Bezos is a fascist and his newspaper wants democracy to die in darkness.

Screw them.

No interview.

I love it.

There are times when Cernovich will speak to the press, if he sees it as useful, as he did with a "60 Minutes" interview.




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3 comments:

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  2. The only reason to talk to the media is to make your own video of it with a clock in the picture to show where the media edited it, and what they took out. Or put in.

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    1. Good idea. "Send me your questions and I will answer them. If you have follow up questions afterwards send me those and I will answer them in the same way. Otherwise f*** off. Regards."

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