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Mike Cernovich (Michael Cernovich) was born on 17 November, 1977 in Kewanee, Illinois, United States, is an American social media personality, writer, and conspiracy theorist. At 43 years old, Mike Cernovich height is 5 ft 11 in (182.0 cm).

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Age 43 years old
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Born 17 November 1977
Birthday 17 November
Birthplace Kewanee, Illinois, United States
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In July 2018, Cernovich dug up historical tweets by director James Gunn of Disney, who was a vocal critic of Trump. Gunn had joked about rape and pedophilia; Disney fired Gunn for these tweets. In March 2019, Gunn was reinstated by the company and directed Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

In September 2018, he tweeted, "There's no Wall. She's not locked up. But Flynn got fired and sent to wolves. And Sauadi [sic] Arabia sold weapons of murder. I give zero f-cks about Republicans losing the House." Cernovich complimented democratic socialist (and Trump critic) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on her primary election upset of New York Congressman Joe Crowley: "She just slaughtered fucking Crowley, just slaughtered the machine, and now she's like the It girl... I like to watch peak human achievement."

Cernovich criticized the Trump administration's 2018 missile strikes against Syria, which also divided the president's political base. Afterward Cernovich announced that he would shift to writing about "philosophy" and more esoteric content. He claimed to have felt a "cosmic" "shift in energy" that only "high-consciousness people" could apprehend. He also elaborated on his past use of mind-altering drugs and several times referred to reality as a "simulation".


In November 2017, Cernovich spread misinformation linking the Sutherland Springs church shooting to Antifa.

In mid-November 2017, Cernovich offered $10,000 for information about congressional sexual harassment settlements. The next week, he sent documents concerning a case settled by Representative John Conyers (D-Michigan) to BuzzFeed, which vetted them and reported on them.

Freelance journalist Jake Offenhartz said that Cernovich and his followers had inappropriately used a photograph at a rally of Columbia University activists in New York City on October 30, 2017 to imply falsely that leftist protestors were marching to advocate pedophilia.

In December 2017, Cernovich hosted an "Ask Me Anything" on Reddit, regarded as a failure by several media outlets, which was dominated by users mocking him and asking questions about the rape allegations against him, his advice to men to expose their genitalia and masturbate in front of women who are unwilling to engage in sexual acts, and a purported encounter with a male-to-female transgender individual in Thailand (which Cernovich denied). A few days later, he announced his intention to retire from social media, but reversed the decision within hours.

Cernovich and The Miami Herald joined Alan Dershowitz (who filed for exoneration) in filing, on journalistic grounds, to have the documents about the 2017 defamation settlement of Giuffre v. Maxwell unsealed. After the judge dismissed their request, the matter was appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, which vacated that order July 2 and ordered the summary judgment papers unsealed.

The next day, on November 29, 2017, Seder received a voicemail from Cockfield indicating MSNBC's upper management was seriously considering cutting ties with him. Seder responded that MSNBC was making a mistake and that, "there's no story here." Seder further warned Cockfield that if they moved forward with the termination, "You guys are going to be the story." Seder also requested a formal termination email. Seder never received the email, leading him to believe that this employment status was still undecided.

On Sunday, December 3, 2017, Seder was notified by Jon Levine of TheWrap that they had been contacted by MSNBC who had decided to terminate Seder's contract and were about to break the story through their own publication. Seder immediately sent Cockfield an inquiry regarding his status. Cockfield, at first, did not have a status update but later confirmed MSNBC was, in fact, dropping Seder.

The next day, on December 4, 2017, TheWrap announced that MSNBC had elected to sever ties with Seder by not renewing his contract (due to expire in February 2018) due to the controversial tweet. Seder defended the tweet by pointing out that, taken in context of the current events around the time he posted it, it was a satiric response to a petition urging Polanski's release from detention in Switzerland because of his stature as an artist. That he was, in fact, mocking Polanski's apologists. After news of the termination broke, Cernovich released a Twitter video celebrating his triumph.

There was considerable dissent within MSNBC over Seder's termination. Some employees expressed concerns that his firing would encourage other far-right personalities to launch similar smear campaigns. A senior MSNBC employee characterized the capitulation as "really weak" and "pathetic". MSNBC's management itself was unsettled by the celebratory reaction from the far-right. On December 7, 2017, MSNBC decided to reverse their decision to terminate Seder's employment. MSNBC President Phil Griffin said in a statement, "Sometimes you just get one wrong, and that's what happened here. We made our initial decision for the right reasons—because we don't consider rape to be a funny topic to be joked about. But we've heard the feedback, and we understand the point Sam was trying to make in that tweet was actually in line with our values, even though the language was not. Sam will be welcome on our air going forward." In response, Seder issued a statement while accepting his job back:

In April 2017, Cernovich was reported as promoting a conspiracy theory that the Khan Shaykhun chemical attack in Syria was a hoax funded by an American financier.

Cernovich has advocated for a universal basic income within the United States, claiming that "Conservatism is on the way out". Interviewed on 60 Minutes in March 2017, he advocated for single-payer healthcare, saying if "a large swath of the company, or country, are suffering, then I think that we owe it to all Americans to do right by them and to help them out."

In August 2017, the Anti-Defamation League accused Cernovich of commissioning and publishing a "blatantly anti-Semitic cartoon" by Ben Garrison as part of a campaign against President Donald Trump's national security adviser.


In 2016, he tweeted, "Women love aggressive men, but only if they are alpha males." According to The New York Times in April 2017, Cernovich has long been criticized for arguing that date rape is a "harmful concept for men and women." The Southern Poverty Law Center has identified him as a male supremacist.

Cernovich became influential on social media, initially as part of the manosphere movement. He later helped to shape far-right narratives in the United States. He falsely claimed during the 2016 United States presidential election that Hillary Clinton had a "seizure disorder" and Parkinson's disease. By September his #HillarysHealth hashtag had gotten 240,000 page views and had become a national trending topic on Twitter. During the month of September, Cernovich's tweets were seen more than 100 million times.

In October 2016 Cernovich said: "The left likes to talk about power structures, right? Well, the media still thinks of itself as speaking truth to power. What they don't realize is that someone like me is perceived as the new Fourth Estate."

In October 2016, he wrote, "Lying about being in love to sleep with someone isn't rape. Getting played isn't rape. Regret isn't rape. Thinking, 'I might have been date raped,' means you weren't raped."

Cernovich helped to promote the false Pizzagate conspiracy theory in 2016 through his blog posts. He asserts his belief that there are active child sex rings in Washington, D.C. He has accused his opponents of being pedophiles on many occasions. In a YouTube video he said that most people employed by the news media and "every A-list actor" in Hollywood were also pedophiles.

During the 2016 United States presidential campaign, Cernovich saw Donald Trump as a kindred spirit. According to Politico, during the 2016 campaign and early period of the Trump administration, Cernovich was an "indefatigable Trump cheerleader", and believed that he and kindred activists would have a major influence on the Republican Party. By 2018 Cernovich had become "increasingly critical" of Trump, and less politically active. He refocused his efforts on his "Gorilla Mindset" lifestyle-coaching practice.

In 2016, Cernovich criticized Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for speaking at a gender-segregated mosque.


In his early writings, Cernovich focused on antifeminism, men's empowerment, and how to meet women. The title of Danger and Play came from a quote by Friedrich Nietzsche, "The true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything." In 2014, Cernovich promoted Gamergate, a controversy during which several women in the video game industry were targeted by Internet trolls. He goaded leading women with tweets such as "Who cares about breast cancer and rape? Not me."

—Sam Seder in an email to MSNBC Senior VP of Communications Errol Cockfield Jr., defending the tweet.

—The Washington Post reporter David Weigel on MSNBC's decision to fire Seder.


Cernovich promoted an attack on Sam Seder by publishing a joke Tweet of Seder's from 2009 saying "Don't 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," claiming that the tweet proved Seder tacitly endorsed Polanski's sex crime. He then approached multiple journalists and news outlets, including MSNBC, to break the story.

By then, Seder noted that advertisers on The Majority Report with Sam Seder podcast were also being contacted and pressured by Cernovich and his followers to cut ties with the show over the tweet. In response, Seder launched a GoFundMe campaign to help maintain funding for the show in the face of potential loss of advertising revenue. In an episode of the podcast titled, "I'm Under Attack By the Nazi Alt-Right", Seder said, "this smear involves the willful misinterpretation of a tweet that I posted in 2009" and that he will "never be ashamed of criticizing those who would excuse the predation of women or girls."


In 2004, Cernovich started a legal weblog entitled 'Crime & Federalism,' and his blog was selected for syndication by American Lawyer Media.


Cernovich was arrested and charged with rape in 2003. The rape charges were dismissed, but he was ordered to perform community service for misdemeanor battery. His record was later expunged.

Cernovich married his first wife as a law student in 2003. He said the marriage was "ruined by feminist indoctrination". He has admitted to having cheated on his first wife and bragged about it, sometimes publishing articles online that offered tips on how to cheat on partners. An attorney for a Silicon Valley firm, his first wife earned millions of dollars from an initial public offering of stock. She filed for divorce in 2011, and Cernovich received what he has described as a "seven-figure sum" in the settlement.


Cernovich's family were devout Christians in the farming town of Kewanee, Illinois. The family was poor, and his mother suffered from mental illness and was treated for a period of time in an institution. Cernovich graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from the University of Illinois at Springfield in 2001. He graduated with a Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University's School of Law in 2004.


He became a blogger in the 2000s, focusing on anti-feminist themes. He gained notice within the manosphere where he gave advice as a "pickup artist" and espoused rape apologia such as claiming date rape "does not exist". He created a website, Danger and Play, in 2012; it was first known for his men's rights postings. During the 2016 US presidential election campaign, Cernovich adapted his website as a political blog, advocating in favor of Republican Donald Trump and promoting conspiracy theories about Democrat Hillary Clinton.


Michael Cernovich (born November 17, 1977) is an American social media personality, anti-feminist, men's rights activist, political commentator, and conspiracy theorist. He has been characterized as a part of the alt-right, but does not describe himself as such. Cernovich has been a regular host of The Alex Jones Show on InfoWars.