Mike Rinder

Mike Rinder
For years after he was expelled from Scientology, Mike Rinder had no visible means of support, failing at one job after another. Today he ekes out a living as a bigot and hatemonger-for-pay. He has worked as a “consultant” for anti-Scientology litigation, at $175 an hour.
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An Inside Look at Fighting Televised Bigotry
Craig Reisdorf was the victim of a cheap reality TV show made by A&E, Mike Rinder and Leah Remini. They questioned his right to live his life as he chooses and to practice the faith of his choice.
“Anti-Domestic Violence Campaigner” Tamron Hall Promotes Woman Abuser on Show
With the knowledge that Renate, Tamron’s sister, was murdered and had an abusive partner, I find it unconscionable that Tamron promoted a podcast whose cohost sent his wife to the hospital.
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Anti-Religious Hate Crimes Should Be No Smirking Matter for A&E, Leah Remini and Mike Rinder
An A&E series produced by Slauson Productions allowing avowed anti-Scientologists Leah Remini and Mike Rinder to smirk and strut their way through a maze of fiction and farce about Scientology has incited hundreds of hate messages and threats...
Five Things to Know About Mike Rinder
Mike Rinder is an anti-Scientologist and former staff member of the Church of Scientology whose income comes from attacking his former religion.
iHeart CEO Bob Pittman Continues to Greenlight Hate
Though advertisers have fled from a podcast that violates iHeart’s terms of service, CEO Bob Pittman continues greenlighting the streaming of hate.
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Leah Remini—the TV Personality Who Makes Disney’s Biggest Villains Look Like Tinkerbell!
Just like in any Disney movie, the villain always loses in the end, winding up with egg on his or her face. Visibly, this Leah character hasn’t yet understood that: to this day she has insisted on rehashing the same old “bad guy” role.
Mike Rinder’s Legacy
The simple truth is that Mike Rinder makes his living fomenting bigotry and hate against the group whose standards he failed to live up to.
On the Basis of Bigotry—SBS’ Steven Trask Objects to Humanitarian Help
There is a curious malady that afflicts a small minority of people: a hatred of those who help. Possibly you’ve had the occasional odd conversation wherein you find yourself arguing in favor of some charitable action or selfless deed that the other person for some reason raves is reprehensible.
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Scientology is Fun—The Sequel
That Scientology is fun is one of those things that’s so obvious and normal to those who actually know and practice it that it almost goes without saying. But my last blog on the subject seems to have struck a chord with readers, so I thought I would do a follow-up and use a little contrast.