MSNBC Contributor Sam Seder Endorses Polanki’s Sex Crimes in Now Deleted Tweet (UPDATE — Sam Calls it Satire, is Fired from MSNBC!)
UPDATE: Sam Seder has been fired from MSNBC. He claims in a video that he was making a joke, and in the same video called me a “Nazi,” so it’s up to readers to decide how honest he is.
“Dont care re Polanski, but i hope if my daughter is ever raped it is by an older truly talented man w/ a great sense of mise en scene,” is what MSNBC contributor Sam Seder posted on Twitter, in a Tweet he has since deleted without comment.
The Tweet was Archived here before the cover-up began.
Some are saying Seder was making a joke or being sarcastic. But that’s for him to explain, isn’t it?
Media Relations at NBC has refused to comment to this reporter’s phone call and email asking about the deleted Tweet.
Incidentally no one in the mainstream media will report on this story, even though the Tweet is authentic, leading to further distrust in the media.
If a FoxNews contributor had made tasteless jokes, would the media have reported on the story? Yes, they would. I went on FoxNews one time and satirical Tweets of mine were interpreted literally, and all context was removed.
By the media’s standards, Sam Seder has Tweeted out something far worse than even my most sarcastic or satirical Tweet.
And the media won’t say anything, because Sam Seder is one of them.
CNN reporter Tom Kludt admits he has seen the Tweet. Rather than report on it, he attacks me with malicious lies.
Just like the media covered up Bill Clinton’s rapes for decades, and just like the media won’t demand that Al Franken step down form the Senate, even after saying Roy Moore must withdraw from a Senate Race.
This is why public trust in the media is at an all-time low, and why public trust for alternative media is more important than ever.
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Mike Cernovich is a journalist, author, and filmmaker.