One day after I announced my USA tour, I began receiving pushback from our establishment overlords. I was first banned from Instagram, even though my account was set to private.
I only used Instagram to share personal pictures, most of which highlighted my beard in various stages of growth.
Two days after the ban, Master Zuckerberg gave my account back with no explanation. Nonetheless, I have set up an Instagram substitute on Telegram. Visit t.me/rooshofficial or subscribe to the channel rooshofficial within the app. I intend to send no more than one or two messages per day.
Nineteen minutes after Instagram banned me, I was banned from Chase WePay, the credit card processor I was using to sell tour tickets. They claimed that my business was “high risk,” but I had only been selling for one day, without any disputes or chargebacks. They also have a direct partnership with the agency that sells tickets for many other organizers, suggesting that I was singled out.
I have found a backup credit card processor and am still able to sell tickets on my tour website, though I’m prepared to accept check and money order if the deplatforming continues.
Take advantage of tour discounts
Early bird pricing for the first stage of my tour ends today. If you order your ticket now from Roosh Live, you save a few bucks. There are two additional discounts…
Discount #1: If you purchase one General Admission or Gold ticket, you get the second ticket 70% off. Your entire order of two or more tickets (up to four) will be 35% off.
Discount #2: You will receive 75% off for any additional city event you visit after the first. For example, if you come to the Boston event, you will get 75% off any future stop in another city (applies to General Admission or Gold tickets only). This discount has no limit, meaning that you could theoretically visit the first event in Boston and then visit the 22 remaining events at a 75% discount for each one. Note that the first event you visit is not discounted. To claim this discount, forward your original ticket number to me via email after you attend the first event.
2019 Tour Schedule
June 22: Boston
June 29: New York City
July 6: Philadelphia
July 13: Washington, D.C.
July 20: Columbus, Ohio
July 27: Chicago
August 10: Minneapolis
August 17: Omaha, Nebraska
August 24: Denver
August 31: Salt Lake City
September 7: Seattle
September 21: San Francisco
September 28: Los Angeles
October 5: San Diego
October 12: Phoenix
October 19: Dallas
October 26: Austin
November 2: Houston
November 16: Miami
November 23: Orlando
November 30: Atlanta
December 7: Nashville
December 14: Charlotte, North Carolina
Each stop will have three events: a talk, a happy hour, and a dinner. Pick and choose your level of involvement.
The show will go on
I will monitor social media and the local news in the lead-up to each event, and share any potential protest or disturbance with ticket-holders. If you buy a ticket and decide not to attend because you fear for your safety, I will issue you a full refund. I’ve personally held numerous events and happy hours without a single dox or injury, and am determined to keep it that way. Let’s see how things go.