EPISODE 29   |   JUNE 13, 2019

GOING VIRAL

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How does something go viral? To find the answer, we'll talk to three experts. First, the man behind Fleccas Talks, Austen Fletcher. Second, Andrew Meyer, who was involved in arguably the first serious viral video in the social media age. And finally, Mike Cernovich, who will dig in deep to the phenomenon.

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EPISODE 29   |   JUNE 13, 2019

GOING VIRAL

Supported by:

How does something go viral? To find the answer, we'll talk to three experts. First, the man behind Fleccas Talks, Austen Fletcher. Second, Andrew Meyer, who was involved in arguably the first serious viral video in the social media age. And finally, Mike Cernovich, who will dig in deep to the phenomenon.

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Patrick Courrielche: Something has become a daily occurrence in our lives.

 Every day on our social media feeds, without fail, something goes viral.

A video, an image, a story, or some other type of meme rises above the pack and spreads like wildfire.

Viral content has become a part of our social fabric.

But there’s something about this phenomenon that the media and Big Tech giants don’t want you to know. Something they are attempting to manipulate that, if allowed to continue, will change the course of history.

I’m Patrick Courrielche and this is Red Pilled America, a storytelling show. This is not another talk show covering the day’s news…we are all about telling stories. Stories Hollywood doesn’t want you to hear. Stories the media mocks. Stories about everyday Americans that the elites ignore. You can think of Red Pilled America as audio documentaries and we promise only one thing…the truth.

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