Mark Dice

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Mark Dice (born December 21, 1977) is an American YouTuber, conservative media analyst, author, pundit, and commentator with over 1.7 million subscribers.[1] Dice is famous for pointing out the falsehoods, temper tantrums and hypocrisies of the mainstream media, via his videos and books. He was the first conservative YouTube channel to hit 1 million subscribers in May 2017.

Career

YouTube

In 2007, he created his YouTube channel, but did not upload his first video until November 17, 2009. His videos mainly provide humorous, witty commentary on current political situations, as well as discussing underexposed conspiracies conducted by the Deep State.

When Dice hit 1 million subscribers in 2017, before YouTube's unfair change in algorithm, he had more subscribers than several mainstream news outlets, such as MSNBC, NBC, CNN, CBS and Fox News[2].

In his early videos, Dice would often walk the streets, asking ignorant pedestrians to sign intentionally ridiculous petitions, as well as asking them extremely basic and sometimes trick questions about United States history, to which they would mortifyingly have no answer. For a time, those at Fox News would enjoy playing his videos on their shows, as well as interviewing Dice, until far-left rag MediaMatters published a hit piece on him, which caused Fox to distance themselves from Dice, showing their spinelessness once again.

Dice was one of the first media personalities to expose Bohemian Grove and Operation Mockingbird.

Books

Mark Dice has created several books surrounding political correctness in America, the mainstream media, the Illuminati, and Hollywood. Top selling books, especially on Amazon, include Liberalism: Find a Cure[3] in 2018 and The True Story of Fake News: How Mainstream Media Manipulates Millions[4] in 2017, and The Liberal Media Industrial Complex[5] in 2019.

Quotes

(regarding the mainstream media)

"All they had to do was get people to click on their articles and the advertisements on the website would fund their operation, so instead of focusing on producing quality content that people would be willing to pay for, they began flooding the Internet with sensational clickbait, throwing all journalistic standards out the window with one goal in mind—drive traffic to the articles, no matter what".[6]


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