Andrew Meyer went from being a well respected journalist to one of the first viral internet memes in a matter of moments when he simply asked Senator John Kerry why he was so quick to concede the 2004 election during a speech Kerry was giving at the University of Florida in 2007. Meyer’s was then brutally tasered by local police for no justified reason whatsoever on camera. The legend of “Don’t Tase Me Bro!” was born and Andrew doubled down on his efforts to continue questioning the Establishment in politics and the media as his journalistic journey has now led him to his own show (“American Revolution”) and column at Cernovich Media.

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In this episode we discuss the continued war on Fake News, the pitfalls of modern journalism, and so much more regarding the Establishment war on truth.

Andrew is currently accepting donations to complete the cover for his upcoming book “Don’t Tase Me, Bro! Real Questions, Fake News & My Life As A Meme” at Patreon. You can check out his work at Cernovich.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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