Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Michael Malice (Author and Media Personality) about the power and manipulation done by corporate mainstream media. Michael Malice is an author and host of the “Your Welcome with Michael Malice” podcast. His most recent book is “The New Right”. Michael talks about how the corporate mainstream media uses its power to rig elections against outsiders like Tulsi Gabbard, Bernie Sanders and Andrew Yang. He makes the point that it is not the Democrats that run the media, but that the DNC is run by the media. Malice believes it is becoming clearer to many on the left that it is not Democrat vs. Republican, but establishment vs. outsider. Malice gives examples from the past of how the media has controlled the narrative putting it’s agenda first. Michael also shares his thoughts and reacts to a clip of a Don Lemon hosted CNN panel mocking Trump supporters. The viral clip features ex-GOP strategist Rick Wilson, and CNN contributor Wajahat Ali. In the clip Rick Wilson mocks the 'credulous boomer rube demo' that supports the president. Michael reveals the surprising dark origins of the southern rube stereotype. He also discusses the way the media portrayed Joe Rogan in a negative light when he was seen as endorsing Bernie Sanders and how the media use framing to get the viewer to think of certain personalities in a nefarious way. Media will intentionally use certain language to train their audience what to think. He feels that this is the key difference between having a bias and having an agenda. He points out that by them doing this they have alienated fans of people like Tulsi Gabbard, Andrew Yang, Joe Rogan, Kobe Bryant, Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Don Imus. He also talks about how there is an asymmetry between truth and lying and that the media is destroying it’s trust far faster than it can be regained. Michael also gives his thoughts on if there is new support for Donald Trump where there wasn’t in the past and the reason behind his donation to Joe Biden’s campaign and how Biden brought the learn to code meme to life. All this and much more.