Media Claims a False Flag Conspiracy Theory Happened at Columbia Protest

Journalists are claiming a sign connecting ANTIFA to pedophilia is a false flag.

“Stop pedo bashing,” a sign outside a protest at Columbia University read. Several hundred protesters gathered in New York to protest Mike Cernovich, who was speaking about the rise of new media at Columbia.

Without offering any evidence at all, members of the fake news media are claiming Mike Cernovich supporters planted the banner.

Cernovich was eating a light pre-speech dinner of shrimp and quinoa at Le Monde when people began texting him pictures, which appears to have been taken by the Gothamist’s Jake Offenhartz.

Mr. Offenhartz is claiming I “stole his picture and lied about it.” Several people sent me the picture, which I assumed was a screen shot from a Periscope. I didn’t lie about the picture, but accurately described it as follows “ANTIFA seen holding a NAMBLA sign.” That is exactly what happened, and nothing in any article refutes that point.

Offenhartz lies about me throughout his article, especially by calling me “alt-right,” a label I’ve rejected for over a year. The alt-right guys call me “alt-lite,” and admit I have no involvement with them.

Can you trust “journalists” who lie about me being alt-right in their headlines and story leads?

As you can see in this video, ANTIFA members were holding the sign and marching with it.

After a while, a man audience decided he didn’t like it, began mansplaining, before violently snatched the sign from the hands of women. Way to check your privilege, bro.

Philip Bump of the Washington Post, without any evidence at all, suggests the banner was a false flag. I’ve invited Bump to be a guest on InfoWars with me, to discuss his theory about false flags at ANTIFA rallies.

Whenever someone shows up a Trump rally with an offensive sign, the media treats those signs as real. They don’t claim people go into Trump rallies to false flag Trump.

Can you think of a time when the media worked actively to debunk hateful signs seen at a Trump rally? Has the media ever claimed Trump supporters were being false flagged by the left?

That’s an interesting double standard, isn’t it? Shouldn’t the media treat every “hate crime” with the same level of scrutiny they are treating the ANTIFA-NAMBLA sign? That would be real, unbiased journalism, wouldn’t it?

Why does the media want to protect ANTIFA’s reputation?

For years the fake news media refused to report on ANTIFA violence.

CNN, rather than use its resources to track down Eric Clanton, a college professor who used a bike lock to crack open a Trump supporter’s skull, focused their attention on anonymous Reddit user who posted a humorous gif.

When CNN finally covered ANTIFA, this is the actual headline they used: “Activists seek peace through violence.”

Is CNN ANTIFA’s public relations firm?

Violence against women is how you achieve peace, according to the fake news media.

Why does the media want to protect pedophiles?

The fake news media is pro-pedophilia. Salon, the NY Times, and New York Magazine have all run articles encouraging tolerance for “virtuous pedophiles.”

The BBC today was defending Kevin Spacey, calling his detractors homophobes after it was revealed Spacey sexually assaulted a 14 year old boy.

The fake news media can’t even get basic facts right. They still call me alt-right, which everyone who follows me know is a lie. This is why no one believes them anymore.

Journalists who want to regain public trust must do better. If you can’t get a basic label right, don’t cry when no one believes the rest of your story.

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Mike Cernovich is a journalist, author, and filmmaker.