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Pizzagate conspiracy theorist wants his fans to pay him $1000 a month so he can ‘retire from public life’

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Mike Cernovich stands on the White House lawn. Image via Twitter.

Onetime alt-right provocateur and “Pizzagate” conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich wants to retire from public life — and wants you to pay him $1,000 a month so he can do so.

As noted by Media Matters’ Cristina López G., Cernovich is imploring followers of his “Gorilla Mindset” self-help movement to subscribe to his network for a cool $997 a month.

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“This is a high level of commitment for you and me,” Cernovich said on his Gorilla Mindset website. “It will cost $9,997 a year if paid at once, and the Network is for people in a position to make highly leveraged moves in life.”

“The Network is $997 a month for those who choose to pay every month,” he added.

Cernovich noted that he is “looking to retire from public life to return to mindset work” — a comment that runs counter to his headline-generating decision to join Arizona GOP candidate Kelli Ward on the campaign trail.

“There are also privacy concerns,” the theorist who has also bought into the “Qanon” conspiracy wrote. “Pricing the Network at a platinum level is for everyone’s protection.”

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Ivanka Trump wants to be the ‘first female president’ — but there’s one major obstacle

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Ivanka Trump is harboring political ambitions after she leaves the White House after her father's election loss.

It's not clear where President Donald Trump's eldest daughter will live, along with her husband and fellow White House adviser Jared Kushner, but their former friends, colleagues and associates believe Ivanka Trump will try to build up her influence in the Republican Party, reported the Washington Post.

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GOP senator knows Trump lost but thinks it would be ‘political suicide’ to admit it: report

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Mark Becker, the former Chairman of the Brown County Republican Party, writes at The Bulwark that he had a conversation with Johnson after the election in which the senator acknowledged Trump's defeat.

However, Johnson said that he was loath to admit it publicly because of the strong support the president had received from Wisconsin GOP voters, despite the fact that the president narrowly lost the state this year.

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‘Dumbest senator ever’: Morning Joe mocks Republican Ron Johnson

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Attorney General William Barr announced the Department of Justice had found no evidence of voter fraud, as President Donald Trump has claimed, and Johnson called on Barr to "show everybody" the proof that the election had not been stolen.

"The man Guinness Book of World Records has called the dumbest senator to ever be sworn in in this constitutional republic," Scarborough said. "I'm speaking, of course, of Ron Johnson, who said that William Barr must show his evidence that he has no evidence."

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