#UNRIG Ain’t Cheap: Robert David Steele Buying Positive Media in Alt Communities

by Scott Creighton

Robert David Steele is a charlatan. He’s a rainmaker. He will say whatever he thinks your audience wants to hear.

If you are on Di$info Jone$, he’ll talk about elites sucking marrow and drinking the blood of babies.

If you are talking to some woman who does alien conspiracy stuff, he’ll say he talked to NASA and he just heard from NASA the Reptilians are fattening us up for dinner.

If you’re into the “Zionists control everything” thing, he’ll break a plate and dance to that tune as well.

If you’re somewhat reasonable, he’ll just chat about the 10,000 slaves on Mars (not “child sex slaves” … cus that’s just “David Brock crazy talk”)

And… if you’re black, he’ll talk black issues.

If you’re Latino, he’ll talk Latino issues.

If you’re libertarian, he’ll talk glorious free markets.

If you’re a leftie like Cynthia, he’ll talk election reform.

Sometimes he says “God bless Trump” and sometimes he says Trump’s been bought by Lynn Rothschild for 20 billion bucks.

And that’s because Robert David Steele will say whatever he thinks you and your audience wants to hear.

He’s a shape-shifter and he gets away with it since no one calls him out on it in his interviews… because he pays for them. Some of them. Proof is right there on his own website.

That means they’re infomercials… not interviews. There’s a difference.

These are expenses listed as already paid out on their UNRIG.net website.

I wonder if any of the interviews he’s done on independent Youtube channels were paid infomercials via “gifts” from Robert David Steele.

#UNRIG Selected Expenses to Date (split PayPal/IndieGoGo): $10,700 (rounded)

  • 2017 07 13 200.00 Gift to Business channel manager
  • 2017 07 10 500,00 Gift to YouTube #UNRIG channel manager
  • 2017 07 10 500,00 Gift to Mainstream Media channel manager
  • 2017 07 06 250.00 Gift to Social Media Advocate
  • 2017 06 24 200.00 Gift to video producer and channel
  • 2017 06 23 500.00 Gift to video producer and channel
  • 2017 05 20 200.00 Donation to author of strategic document

Here is the budget he’s proposed for various Youtube channels… notice he’s buying favor from “Black”, “Latino”, “Alt-Right” and “Alt-left” channels as well as purchasing “outreach teams” for each targeted market.

#UNRIG Projects Compensation Expenses if Funded by Generosity by IndieGoGo Donations

  • 1,000 Token gift payment to Alt-Right channels & outreach team
  • 1,000 Token gift payments to Black channels & outreach team
  • 1,000 Token gift payments to Latino channels & outreach team
  • 1,000 Token gift payments to Independent channels & outreach team
  • 1,000 Token gift payments to small party channels & outreach team
  • 1,000 Token gift payments to Alt-Left channels & outreach team

There have been a couple channels who have been spending a lot of time supporting #UNRIG like:

I do not know they have been the recipients of these “gifts” but according to #UNRIG expenses listed by Steele, someone has (and Sarah Westall bills her Youtube channel as a “business” channel)

When I say he plays to his market audience, you say Robert does that but so does any politician. Right? But he’s not supposed to be a politician right now, is he? He’s got a tax-free gimmick set up as an “educational foundation” and supposedly all he and Cynthia wish to do is get their “manifesto” passed in congress. So why is he playing up to whatever audience he’s in front of? Why doesn’t he focus SOLELY on election reform when giving these interviews? In fact, I have had to sit through WAY too many of his interviews as of late and he’s always talking about how wonderful he is and how the money gathering is going, but I have rarely if ever heard him lately in these “educational” interviews he gives talk at all about the specifics of election reform. The most he will say about it is go to his website and look at his 12 point plan.

But he has admitted he is transferring his not-for-profit into a political organization in Jan. of 2018 if they can’t get all the congress critters to vote against their own interests and bribes and pass comprehensive election reform.

Seems to me he doesn’t put much stock in his chances and is making ready to transition into a political campaign.

And he’s paying off Youtubers and “social media outreach teams” to sing his praises. And that is an undeniable fact. It’s on his own website.

As a blogger and Youtuber I understand as a journalist first and foremost, you don’t sell access to your audience. At least I don’t. Some channels, like gaming channels, can do sponsored videos. A developer will send them a game and a check and ask the content creator to do a “Let’s play” or something and that’s fine, just so long as the Youtuber lets his audience KNOW it’s a sponsored video. If they don’t and it comes out that he was paid to do the video, the host loses credibility… and he rightly should.

Could you imagine a “news” channel taking “gifts” from a controversial character like Steele and giving him a soft-ball interview, helping him promote his agenda, without mentioning the fact that Steele paid for the service?

Obviously this kind of thing happens all the time but that doesn’t make it right or acceptable. And what is it about Steele that makes him think he needs to set aside donated cash to buy influence with various channels in the first place?

If you really think you have the key to the salvation of the republic, you’re not going to feel the need to pay for infomercials to get it out to the public. You do that when you want to build a political following.

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5 Responses

  1. Oh Scott, you’re such a silly conspiracy theorist!

    Thanks for the info.

  2. Scott is one of the only guys I trust.
    & he is constantly proving my confidence to not be wasted with superb tactical calls like this.

  3. Hi Scott! I just listened to and interview with him and Cynthia together on a show called Shadow Citizen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohhiXOdFFAQ. The host didn’t ask any tough questions and the topic drifted into the Rothchilds, Jesuits, Illuminati and Black Pope/White Pope nonsense. Cynthia was mostly silent during these parts but laughed and gently chided him to tell us more about the Black Pope, whom she said she’d never heard of! He tried to play it off and said the interview was supposed to be direct more towards Cynthia. He seemed a bit embarrassed. The show aired in June so by now she’s here in the US and their going around in their RV’s, right? You’re right, the plan seems like a fantasy, and he sounds kinda like a used car salesman.

  4. Scott…How do we contact you for an interview? Crowd Source the Truth just did an interview exposing Robert David Steele’s UNRIG scam. Contact: Pat
    phz@tutanota.com

    • should be a bunch of contacts on the bottom of the about page on my videos. one of those is my email address. I will zap you a quick note in a bit. gotta walk the dog.

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