Early this year it was announced that a handful of Internet trolls were involved in the making of a forthcoming “documentary” about the supposed SJW-backed assault on freedom of speech. Silenced, which is scheduled for release this fall, will star the likes of neo-Nazi Andrew “weev” Auernheimer and racist sci-fi author Vox Day, and is being directed by Loren Feldman. Years ago Feldman produced a YouTube video “about race in tech” which many people quite reasonably considered racist, and subsequently lost out on a contract with Verizon as a result. He also makes short videos with hand puppets. Other than that, I had no idea what kind of person Feldman was. At least until I looked at his Twitter feed, that is.
Feldman, a diehard Trump supporter, seems to direct a fair amount of misogyny and homophobia at Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, accusing her of being a secret lesbian and calling her male supporters “pussies”:
Then he went on a Twitter offensive against Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, presumably because of her online criticism of Donald Trump. Feldman mainly made a bunch of lame Native American jokes because of the ridiculous controversy over Warren’s heritage. Growing up Warren was told by family members that she was (partially) of Native American ancestry, an allegation which has never been proven.
Feldman also had some thoughts about black lives:
Whatever this was about:
And here’s his response to, naturally, being called racist: