Mike Cernovich is a conservative reporter who has been accused, along with Cassandra Fairbanks, a reporter for Russian news outlet Sputnik, of making a white supremacist hand gesture. The accusations were spread on social media and picked up by our crazed left-wing media.
The left sees bigotry and white supremacy in their toes when they get up and in their cereal in the morning. It gets worse throughout the day. They’re literally nuts.
Check out the gesture in the photo. This is ridiculous. It’s an OK sign. What say you?
The left actually thinks this is a white power symbol. If it is, it’s one wimpy white power symbol.
“Just two people doing a white power hand gesture in the White House,” Fusion senior reporter Emma Roller tweeted, alongside a screenshot of the picture.
Cassandra Fairbanks, who is half Puerto Rican explained in a tweet it was an “OK” sign and her heritage precludes her from being a white supremacist.
Cernovich wrote an article about it, emphasizing that it was an “OK” sign.
Fairbanks is considering a lawsuit.
Cernovich has said the lies are funny and that he’s grateful. “Even if I ever make a mistake, no one will believe it if the fake news media writes it up!”
I just published “The Independent Spreads Fake News — Falsely Accuses Journalists of Racism!” https://t.co/9UwOdZGV1n
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) April 29, 2017