Below are just the questions/comments from the interviewer Scott Pelley. Just out of curiosity I wanted to see how the interview read with just Scott's questions/comments. I wanted to see if the agenda pops out....and it does not disappoint....
Out of roughly 100 questions, 27 were focused on Sick Hillary's health....TWENTY SEVEN!
When the media doesn't want the public to know about a specific issue. They ignore it. Remember the Blue Dress? Drudge broke that story. Once they are brought kicking and screaming to the subject they don't want to cover (Anthony Weiner tweeting scandal), they then go into spinning/narrating mode.
This is what happened with Hillary's Health. Mike Cernovich, Paul Joseph Watson, David Seaman (lost his job over showing/discussing Mike's video on this), and others began covering what the main stream media desperately did not want the public to know. Something was wrong with Hillary. Once they realized they couldn't ignore the story, they began ridiculing the idea that she was sick. Remember WaPo's headline "Can We Stop Talking About Hillary's Health?" and who can forget Hillary going on the Jimmy Kimmel show and opening an already opened jar of pickles to prove herself in tip top shape.
And then 9/11 happened and God decided to divinely intervene and prevent the Luciferian force from reigning over America. The collapse seen around the social media world proved Mike and the others 100% right. Don't tell that to Scott Pelley. He's still in but she doesn't have Parkinsons Mode.
The 'MSM' is still smarting from the profound and and very true reporting on that issue and Scott Pelley just proved it.
There were around 22 questions about Pizzagate, child sex trafficking and pedophiles. Scott's goal was to discredit Mike on this topic. Epic fail. Mike only lit Google's search engine on fire with people searching Laura Silsby and asking did the Clinton's really intervene to help someone guilty of trying to steal 33 children out of Haiti. Perhaps Scott himself began googling her name since he didn't seem to have a clue about who she was.
So roughly 100 questions and around half of them dealt with Hillary's health and the topic of pedophilia. The media will always tell you what they are afraid and 60 minutes did just that.
Also, there were more than 20 questions asking Mike about himself, his website, how does he do it, what's the process...it seemed to this was a fishing exercise to see if there are any vulnerabilities in the does things. They want to take Mike down. They are looking for any tidbit of information that will help them destroy him. It's obvious from Scott's questions they don't understand him but the only reason they want to understand him is so they can undo him.
The media does not understand...they didn't make him and they aren't going to break him. Try as they might....
You read them and decide for yourself
Scott Pelley: How would you describe what you do?
Scott Pelley: And how would you describe your website?
Scott Pelley: What’s the dominant narrative?
Scott Pelley: That’s not a narrative I’m familiar with. Who’s narrative is that?
Scott Pelley: But my, my question is who’s narrative is that?
Scott Pelley: And, uh, you describe the mainstream media as what? Who is that?
Scott Pelley: Describe to me your biggest story so far.
Scott Pelley: Well, f-for the record, we covered the Bernie protests around the Democratic National Convention. A-are you a right-wing person?
Scott Pelley: Who’s your audience?
Scott Pelley: You wrote in August a story about Hillary Clinton’s medical condition the headlines said, “Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s disease. Position confirms.” That’s quite a headline.
Scott Pelley: It isn’t true.
Scott Pelley: Well, she doesn’t seem to have any signs of Parkinson’s disease.
Scott Pelley: Did you, well, she had pneumonia. I mean -
Scott Pelley: Well, because that’s what was reported.
Scott Pelley: Well, the campaign told us that.
Scott Pelley: Why would you trust this doctor nobody every heard of?
Scott Pelley: Based on logic and reason, but not based on seeing Hilary Clinton ever in his life?
Scott Pelley: He’s been -
Scott Pelley: He had a big -
Scott Pelley: Scare with cancer. He had.
Scott Pelley: And recovered completely.
Scott Pelley: But the point is sh- The point is you didn’t check this story out. You didn’t have -
Scott Pelley: Multiple sources. You just, you have some guy who says he’s a doctor say that Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s disease, and you put it out there as if it was true.
Scott Pelley: The point is, you didn’t talk to anybody who ever examined Hillary Clinton.
Scott Pelley: No. No.
Scott Pelley: I- this story’s not about me.
Scott Pelley: I didn’t report that she had Parkinson’s disease.
Scott Pelley: Why should anyone take you on your word?
Scott Pelley: How did you check the story on Parkinson’s disease?
Scott Pelley: So he, he gave you that analysis. And then that would be the starting point for a journalist to begin checking on other sources and trying to find verification.
Scott Pelley: Hillary Clinton has Parkinson’s disease, position confirms. You don’t think that’s misleading?
Scott Pelley: You believe it’s true today?
Scott Pelley: How did you find that story?
Scott Pelley: You reported in November five days before the election, quote Clinton’s inner circle includes child traffickers pedophiles, and now members of a sex cult.
Scott Pelley: For Hillary Clinton?
Scott Pelley: “Clinton’s inner circle includes child traffickers pedophiles, and now members of a sex cult.” There, there, there’s no evidence of that.
Scott Pelley: Wait a minute. Friends or parts are inner circles?
Scott Pelley: Well, inner circle is the term that you used.
Scott Pelley: What’s this, what’s the definition?
Scott Pelley: Hillary Clinton’s inner circle?
Scott Pelley: These news stories are fakes.
Scott Pelley: They’re lies.
Scott Pelley: Do you believe that. Or do you say that because it’s important for marketing your website?
Scott Pelley: But that doesn’t give you the right to speculate about it.
Scott Pelley: When you heard about the guy who shot up the pizzeria?
Scott Pelley: What did you think?
Scott Pelley: Uh, uh, uh no evidence connecting who to what?
Scott Pelley: But the pizzeria was part of this child pedophile -
Scott Pelley: You didn’t name this pizzeria?
Scott Pelley: That, that is -
Scott Pelley: That is absolutely true.
Scott Pelley: We verified that you never named it.
Scott Pelley: But wasn’t this an indication of fake news getting out of control? People picking up guns to take justice into their own hands after reading stuff like you put on your website that is based on fantasy?
Scott Pelley: You described it as bizarre. Isn’t linking Hillary Clinton to a child pedophile ring the very definition of bizarre?
Scott Pelley: Help me, uh, with, uh a bit of, uh the technology behind all of this. Would your site be as successful as it is, without Facebook and Twitter?
Scott Pelley: But, uh, web, uh. Let me ask a question this way. Twitter and Facebook are useful to you how?
Scott Pelley: Well, the benefit of intermediaries is having experienced editors check things out and research people. Check the facts before it goes out to the public. You don’t do any of that.
Scott Pelley: That was a big mess, but that was because the Government -
Scott Pelley: Told us they existed.
Scott Pelley: We also, we also reported that they didn’t exist.
Scott Pelley: Well, she did actually. But then you -
Scott Pelley: And, and, and Judy Miller at The Times got fired as well.
Scott Pelley: Anyway, go ahead.
Scott Pelley: It didn’t happen that way.
Scott Pelley: According to the federal and state investigations.
Scott Pelley: So you were saying that you do filter your stuff through your own bias in your own worldview.
Scott Pelley: We checked the numbers last month, your tweets were sent to users on social media 83 million times. What are you doing that is connecting with so many people?
Scott Pelley: You’re, you’re going to see information you’re not going to see anywhere else.
Scott Pelley: Why do you do this? Is is political for you? Is it fame?
Scott Pelley: You’re a political activist?
Scott Pelley: What do you consider to be out of bounds, in terms of copy and your website?
Scott Pelley: But if you’re famous … no holds barred?
Scott Pelley: You say you don’t publish anything that you believe to be true. How do you decide whether something is true?
Scott Pelley: Well, you ask questions, you verify the information it’s not that hard.
Scott Pelley: I do it all the time.
Scott Pelley: You know every
Speaker 4: Just a moment you guys. Just a moment. Sorry.
Scott Pelley: Okay.
Scott Pelley: They want to throw some powder our way.
Speaker 4: Hey, how you doing, guys?
Scott Pelley: Good.
Scott Pelley: [laughter]. It is good banter. What, what do you think uh …
Scott Pelley: Other Mike?
PRODUCER: That … that they’re are a number of stories that you’ve done where you are conceded in some form or another. That they’re not true. And you have made an argument in favor of it, even though it’s not true. And there’s, there seems to be just a little bit of a disconnect for me here. Um. Uh, and I think a way to cut through some of these is, the, uh.
Part 2 of Mike Cernovich’s Interview with Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes
Scott Pelley: Have you published things that turned out to be wrong, you have regrets?
Scott Pelley: Well, you mean, correct, not update?
Scott Pelley: What, What stories have you published that turned out to not be right?
Scott Pelley: None?
Scott Pelley: You know, it seems to me that the quickest way to destroy a democracy, is to poison the information.
Scott Pelley: I’m talking about your work.
Scott Pelley: So some reporters, some where made a mistake and therefore it’s okay for you to write anything you want, whether it’s true or not.
Scott Pelley: Are you damaging the democracy?
Scott Pelley: Who’s responsibility is it to judge whether something on your website is true, you, or the viewer?
Scott Pelley: You’re making a living doing this. Your sight is supported by advertising, and the more outrageous the headline- the more people are going to click on it.
Scott Pelley: Let me just look at my notes here, and see what we may have uh, may have run out … and guys, if there’s anything that I skipped let me know what it is.
PRODUCER: 12, and 13.
Scott Pelley: Oh, I did skip thirt- skip over 13, sorry about that.
Speaker 3: Yeah, and 12, I think, and uh, and then the uh, and that question about Dr. Noel.
Scott Pelley: Okay.
Scott Pelley: I was going to say that.
Speaker 3: That, That’s uh, That’s, That’s not, That not good reporting?
Scott Pelley: You guys all set?
Speaker 3: Yeah.
Scott Pelley: Here we go. All set everybody?
Speaker 3: Yep.
Scott Pelley: Okay. We’ll just start right there. Dr. Noel is an anesthesiologist, what does he know about Parkinson’s Disease?
Scott Pelley: Question becomes, what, what’s your standard for objective truth? Maybe you’ve talked to an anesthesiologist who’s never met Hilary Clinton, who’s decided she has Parkinson’s Disease, which there’s no sign of, and then-
Scott Pelley: I am not a doctor, but uh, the … Secretary Clinton does not seem to have Parkinson’s Disease. You seem to be the only person reporting that. It would be a pretty big story if it was true, and no one’s been able to verify it. So what’s your standard of proof? It doesn’t seem very high.
Scott Pelley: The question’s not about John Edwards. The question’s not about John Edwards, it’s about you, what’s your standard of proof?
Scott Pelley: I’m talking about your website.
Scott Pelley: That doesn’t seem like a very high bar.
Scott Pelley: Who’s gunning for you?
Scott Pelley: What do you mean, we’re gunning for you?
Scott Pelley: What’s wrong with that story?
Scott Pelley: Agreed.
Scott Pelley: What’s wrong with that story?
Scott Pelley: You said quote-
Scott Pelley: You said that fake news … let me put the question this way. You’ve said “Fake news, don’t fall for it, always be on guard against the enemy”.
Scott Pelley: Who’s the enemy?
Scott Pelley: Where did the fake news come from, it came from the Bush Administration.
Scott Pelley: All those stories were-
Scott Pelley: … leaked to the New York Times.
Scott Pelley: What, What is a reporter supposed to do when, when the Chief of Staff, or the Vice President of the United States, leaks information to you?
Scott Pelley: Isn’t hard to trust the guy who says he’s never published anything that was wrong?
Scott Pelley: But none of those come to mind?
Scott Pelley: Thank you very much.
Scott Pelley: Um, guys I think we have it.
PRODUCER: Do you think that maybe you can uh, ask him uh, you know, if he thinks that what he’s doing is filling the void left open by the mainstream media.
Scott Pelley: Mm-hmm (affirmative). Mm-hmm (affirmative). Mm-hmm (affirmative). Yes, absolutely. That’s a good one. Everybody ready? Are you filling a void that has been left open by the mainstream media?
Scott Pelley: Tell me … Describe to me of your op- operation. Do you write everything that’s on the site, or do you have a number of reporters who work with you? How does that, How does that all work?
Scott Pelley: And you personally edit everything that goes into the website?
Scott Pelley: You make a judgment about what goes in, and what stays out?
Scott Pelley: That’s right. That’s right. Um, you know, I’m curious how you um, how, how you came to start your website. Was it … I mean, to become what you will a publisher-
Scott Pelley: … uh, as opposed to a blogger or just sending in an piece to that organization, or this, uh, you decided to take on creating this entity-
Scott Pelley: … and how did, how did that come about?
Scott Pelley: You were never bossed.