Traditional media is dead. The mainstream media is dead. Print is dead. Even digital is overrun by assholes like Vox and Mic and
Gawker. Only election influencers still matter.
This election was won by influencers who leveraged Twitter, Facebook, Periscope, and YouTube to shape and give opinions, news, and commentary.
And they won.
We’ve curated 10 of our favorite election influencers who helped make this election bearable, winnable, and memorable.
Gavin is a Canadian commentator who famously founded Vice Media back in the ’90s. It grew tremendously and McInnes left in 2008. Gawker applauded his exit.
Gavin has since transformed into a sort of #BasedDad and advocate of the patriarchy. He expresses his love for masculinity and parenting in unusual ways, like triggering a redheaded social justice tranny on YouTube or getting his dick out way before harambe got assassinated…
Millennials may not know Roseanne but she’s been a forefront of cultural commentary and critique long before Amy Schumer showed up to crack fat jokes.
Roseanne’s Twitter is unapologetically savage:
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) November 16, 2016
We’re convinced she’s the most ‘red pilled’ celebrity out there:
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) November 15, 2016
Subscribe to her YouTube channel, she deserves a shit ton more subscribers.
Mike is a beast. He’s a rugged and fearless Twitter influencer, author, and commentator. He’ll probably be remembered as the leader for thousands of Trump supporters on Twitter and Periscope these past few months. He’s successfully built a network of fans, tipsters, and citizen journalists who appreciate his sincere writing and self-improvement books.
Mike may seem conceited, but he’s a big-hearted guy who earned all the influence he has.
His books are a must read for anyone intimidated or bullied by leftist mobs or simply seek the confidence to be better. We interviewed him a few months back, but his Rubin Report video interview takes the cake:
Milo is famous. Everyone knows him as that troll — but few have taken the time to hear his well-reasoned and sincere politics.
Milo is an empathetic virtuous troll who seeks to combat internet censorship, leftist fascism, and social justice insanity like body positivity.
Twitter permanently banned him after he irritated special snowflake Leslie Jones on Twitter, but his influence lives on during his second leg of The Dangerous Faggot Tour.
His outrageous provocations by design ‘wake up’ the left and teach that feelings don’t matter in the grand scheme of life:
Ben’s hilarious comics kept patriotic Americans sane throughout this election season. His attention to detail and persuasive illustrations rippled throughout social media.
Attempts to smear him as racist or bigoted abounded throughout the election, but he’s actually just a nice guy who doesn’t like elitists.
Despite leftist attempts to ruin Ben’s life, he’s still adored by Trump fans worldwide:
“Do an internet search of my name and you’ll see me in a Nazi uniform, which can be a tad off-putting to potential commercial art clients. I lost a lot of work as a consequence. I now must try to make a living drawing the cartoons and selling paintings.”
That Guy “T” is a popular YouTuber who I watch to get educated. Seriously. This guy is a brilliant and handsome genius. He covers free market capitalism, libertarianism, social justice, and racism. He’s not an outright Trump supporter, but he’s wildly informed and open-minded.
The fact he’s black and speaks with Edward Snowden and bitcoin posters in the background is icing on the cake because liberals can’t deal with black people not worshipping their doctrine.
His “What’s the Alt-Right REALLY about?” video is probably the funniest explanation of this emerging political movement on the web:
Blaire White is a personal favorite for me. I’m gay so when I discovered her YouTube I actually jumped up and down. She’s a trans male to female who considers it her “mission in life” to trigger leftists:
Her videos are wonderful takedowns of leftist social justice culture:
We interviewed Blaire a few months back — but watching her chat with Alex Jones was an intriguing clash of worlds with heaps of common ground:
Stefan has been redpilling the world for years. His 2010 video “The Story Of Your Enslavement” has over 5M views and cleanly articulates the mental prisons the masses live under.
Stefan is both brilliant and dedicated to creating long form arguments and explanations for various political philosophies. His YouTube channel is a goldmine of insights and talks, and his Twitter is a non-stop barrage of quips and colorful commentary on the left:
Every time Donald Trump treats the mainstream media like the scum that they are, an angel gets it’s wings.
— Stefan Molyneux (@StefanMolyneux) November 16, 2016
Bill Mitchell is the founder of YourVoice Radio. He dedicated his time and effort to Trump supporters on social media by giving them the voice they don’t have. With over 50,000 listeners Mitchell made serious impact.
He also called the election earlier than the rest with sheer confidence that Donald Trump would win. On election day he was 100% sure Donald Trump would win, and Bill called major states well before mainstream news did.
Winning the Presidency was merely the starting line. Long hard fight from here but just like the White House, we'll win.
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) November 16, 2016
Paul Joseph Watson is a nightmare for leftists. He’s a smart straight white male with blisteringly direct views on populism, censorship, and Islam. Naturally the left deemed him the face of conspiracy theorists.
He makes videos for InfoWars and his own channel, but to capture his full humor you’ve got to follow him on Twitter:
We know there are many more to mention — from Steven Crowder to Lauren Southern to Baked Alaska. Stay tuned for a part 2 and leave suggestions in the comments…