Michael Malice Defines ‘Red-Pilling’ and Calls Out Corporate Media

Michael Malice, author of The New Right, defined the popular term "red-pilling" on Twitter this morning.

Michael Malice, host of the podcast Your Welcome, defined the popular term “red-pilling” on Twitter this morning.

“Red-pilling is the belief that what is presented as fact by the corporate press is a carefully constructed narrative intentionally designed to keep some very unpleasant people in power,” wrote Malice.

Malice was responding to an MSNBC tweet claiming the loser of Georgia’s gubernatorial election Stacey Abrams somehow won the year.

Malice also called out a Washington Post columnist and others for “changing their tune” and deciding blackface is no longer worth cancelling someone over. The change comes after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was discovered photographed in blackface, and Democrat Virginia Governor Ralph Northam was discovered in either blackface or a Ku Klux Klan (KKK) outfit.

After an NBC News writer solicited sexual harassment stories against Elon Musk, Malice wrote “The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.”

Malice had an extra special comment for USA Today after the newspaper called armed churchgoers who defended themselves from a potential mass shooter “terrifying.”

Malice has written a book called The New Right, documenting the rise of new political players such as Jack Posobiec and Mike Cernovich.

Malice is set to moderate a debate between Anthony Scaramucci and President Trump‘s favorite meme master Carpe Donktum at Cernovich’s A Night for Freedom in Washington, D.C. this February.

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Andrew Meyer