A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from August 31, 2022
“The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist…”

"The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive” was posted on Twitter by Ukrainian-American author and podcaster Michael Malice on October 6, 2018.

“The battle is won when the average corporate journalist is regarded in the exact same way as the average tobacco executive. They have a job. They’re promoting their product. Their product is cancerous and deadly. They’re often bright people, they’re often good people, but be aware of what it is they’re selling” was said by Michael Malice on The Rubin Report by David Rubin, posted on YouTube on May 23, 2019.

The quote was put on an image on Facebook by Being Libertarian on November 13, 2021. 


Wikipedia: Michael Malice
Michael Krechmer (Ukrainian: Майкл Крехмер; born July 12, 1976), better known as Michael Malice, is a Ukrainian-American author, and podcaster. He is the host of “YOUR WELCOME”, a video podcast which airs on Podcast One.

Twitter
Michael Malice
@michaelmalice
The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.
3:24 PM · Oct 6, 2018·Twitter Web Client

YouTube
North Korea, Conservatism and Comedy (Pt. 2) | Michael Malice | POLITICS | Rubin Report
May 23, 2019
The Rubin Report
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Michael Malice (Author and Media Personality) about North Korea, his views on Conservatism, his thoughts on journalism, dark humor, and more.
14:00
“The battle is won when the average corporate journalist is regarded in the exact same way as the average tobacco executive. They have a job. They’re promoting their product. Their product is cancerous and deadly. They’re often bright people, they’re often good people, but be aware of what it is they’re selling.”

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Fanky Maloon
@Erroljones15
“The battle is won when the average corporate journalist is regarded the exact same way as the average tobacco executive: they have a job, they’re promoting their product, the product is cancerous and deadly.”
@michaelmalice
https://youtube.com/watch?v=ILzzg_w-zVA
12:24 PM · May 23, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

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james everett meeks
@meeksje
“The battle is won when the average corporate journalist is regarded with the exact same way as the average Tobacco Executive. They have a job. They’re promoting their product. Their product is cancerous and deadly...Be aware of what is they are selling you”,
@MichaelMalice
10:32 AM · May 24, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Michael Malice
@michaelmalice
The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.
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Jim Acosta
@Acosta
· Jun 16, 2019
The term “the enemy of the people” will come to help define this era, when one group of people was pitted against another in ways that I had not seen in my lifetime… the press is not the enemy. We are defenders of the people.
https://amazon.com/Enemy-People-Dangerous-Truth-America/dp/0062916122
11:51 AM · Jun 17, 2019·Twitter Web Client

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Michael Malice
@michaelmalice
The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.
10:03 PM · Aug 1, 2019·Twitter Web App

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Sam Adams Logger
@SamAdamsLogger
I’m sorry @michaelmalice but at this point I genuinely hold the average tobacco executive in higher regard than the average corporate journalist.
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ABC News
@ABC
·
Jul 5, 2020
A young protester has died from injuries she suffered when a luxury car plowed into her and another woman during a Black Lives Matter protest Saturday on a Seattle freeway that has been shut down for days due to the civil unrest, police said. https://abcn.ws/3gus5Lv
5:10 PM · Jul 5, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

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Michael Malice
@michaelmalice
Replying to @brianstelter
Even 9/11 doesn’t exist if it doesn’t fit your narrative
Not to mention the many political assassinations we’ve seen, of both Democrats and Republicans.
The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.
11:08 PM · Jun 4, 2021·Twitter Web App

Reddit—Libertarian
Posted by u/[deleted] June 5, 2021
The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive. - Michael Malice
twitter.com/michae…

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Being Libertarian
November 13, 2021 at 4:56 PM ·
(LC)
(The following text is shown on an image.—ed.)
THE BATTLE IS WON
WHEN THE AVERAGE
AMERICAN REGARDS
A CORPORATE
JOURNALIST
EXACTLY AS THEY
REGARD A TOBACCO
EXECUTIVE.
MICHAEL MALICE - BEING LIBERTARIAN

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Libertarian Party NH
@LPNH
“The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.”
-Michael Malice
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Libertarian Party NH
@LPNH
·
Apr 19
Replying to @TaylorLorenz
9:11 AM · Apr 19, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

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The Chicago Thinker
@ThinkerChicago
“The battle is won when the average American regards a corporate journalist exactly as they regard a tobacco executive.” — @michaelmalice
Legacy media sells a product: the idea that lots of white people are anti-black. The fact that this isn’t true isn’t relevant to them.
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Clay Travis
@ClayTravis
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Aug 31
BYU police have reviewed all footage from the Duke-BYU volleyball game and found no evidence any BYU fans yelled racial slurs at a black Duke volleyball player. https://outkick.com/byu-police-cast-doubt-volleyball-fan-used-n-word-duke/
2:34 PM · Aug 31, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

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