Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Mike Cernovich Explains How He Busted Susan Rice

By Tyler Durden

Ever since Mike Cernovich dropped the bombshell report over the weekend outing Obama's National Security Advisor, Susan Rice, as the person behind the unmasking of the identity of various members of Trump's team who were 'incidentally' surveilled during the 2016 campaign (see "Confirmed: Susan Rice "Unmasked" Trump Team"), a report which was subsequently confirmed by Eli Lake of Bloomberg earlier this morning, everyone has been wondering who within the Trump White House or the intelligence community supplied him with such a massive scoop. 
But, as it turns out, Cernovich didn't need a 'deep throat' within the NSA or CIA for his blockbuster scoop, all he needed was some well-placed sources inside of a couple of America's corrupt mainstream media outlets.  As Cernovich explains below, his sources for the Susan Rice story were actually folks working at Bloomberg and the New York Times who revealed that both Eli Lake (Bloomberg) and Maggie Haberman (NYT) were sitting on the Susan Rice story in order to protect the Obama administration.
"Maggie Haberman had it.  She will not run any articles that are critical of the Obama administration."

"Eli Lake had it.  He didn't want to run it and Bloomberg didn't want to run it because it vindicates Trump's claim that he had been spied upon.  And Eli Lake is a 'never Trumper.'  Bloomberg was a 'never Trump' publication."

"I'm showing you the politics of 'real journalism'.  'Real journalism' is that Bloomberg had it and the New York Times had it but they wouldn't run it because  they don't want to run any stories that would make Obama look bad or that will vindicate Trump.  They only want to run stories that make Trump look bad so that's why they sat on it."

"So where did I get the story?  I didn't get it from the intelligence community.  Everybody's trying to figure out where I got it from.  I got it from somebody who works in one of those media companies.  I have spies in every media organization.  I got people in news rooms.  I got it from a source within the news room who said 'Cernovich, they're sitting on this story, they're not going to run it, so you can run it'."

"If you're at Bloomberg, I have people in there.  If you're at the New York Times, I have people in there.  LA Times, Washington Post, you name it, I have my people in there.  I got IT people in every major news room in this country.  The IT people see every email so that's how I knew it."

 And while this could certainly be interpreted as a clever ploy to protect his real sources, Cernovich's video comments seem to be validated by both his tweet from yesterday afternoon...
...and the fact that Eli Lake of Bloomberg was able to conveniently confirm Cernovich's story with his own article this morning. 
All of which just begs the question of what other stories the mainstream media is sitting on in an effort to protect their chosen candidates.
The above originally appeared at ZeroHedge.


  1. The reality is what she did may have been quite legal, unlike the wiretapping involving Watergate which Trump has tweeted about. The Republican outrage and spin over this is purely political, since they and their leader Trump are not in general opposed to such NSA surveillance.

    1. the story is going anywhere. it fits nicely with the republican conspiracy talk about Barry leading a subversive network to unseat Trump but as we are seeing, Trump isn't showing any signs of making significant inroads into draining the swamp.

  2. Rice seems like some kind of dedicated fall gal for Obama. I hope Trump's dogs chase down the whole sordid story. This is the kind of thing that is extremely corrosive to the legitimacy of the State, particularly the canard that it spies on you "to keep you safe."

  3. I personally believe Cernovich got this scoop from someone within the administration. Perhaps this was leaked to other media outlets, which Cernovich may have been informed of by whoever it was within Trump's admin that gave him the scoop. Trump knows he's losing trust with the anti-establishment forces who got him elected, like Drudge. As he continues to carry on the Goldman-Sachs policies he pretended to run against, expect him to pander to figures like Cernovich and Alex Jones. I'm sure Trump will be giving Alex Jones another phone call as well and Jones will continue to defend him because of it.

  4. Interview of Susan Rice by Andrea Mitchell on the subject matter: