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Mike Enoch was born on 1977 in American, is an American white supremacist blogger and podcast host. Discover Mike Enoch's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 46 years old?

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In April 2018, he was retweeted by Ann Coulter. After Newsweek reached out to Twitter asking for a comment, his account was suspended.


In early 2017, while operating his anti-semitic media network under the pseudonym Mike Enoch, he was doxxed by fellow neo-Nazis, who released biographical information about Peinovich that contradicted his professed ideology. The dox revealed that Peinovich's own wife was Jewish, and that their wedding had featured traditional Jewish rites and chanting. As a neo-Nazi, Peinovich was also mocked upon the revelation of his Serbian surname, in light of the Nazi regime's racial classification of Serbs as subhumans ("Untermenschen"), and the genocide of Serbs perpetrated by Nazi puppet regime Ustashe.

As of January 2017, The Daily Shoah reportedly had an audience of 100,000 listeners.

In January 2017, users of the imageboard website 8chan leaked the identities of several of its key contributors, including Peinovich, and revealed that his wife was of Jewish ancestry. Other information released included the names of his family members, his job as a software developer, his home address on Manhattan's Upper East Side neighborhood, and his hometown of Maplewood, New Jersey. After initially attempting to deny the reports, Peinovich later admitted that the allegations were true. Though Peinovich initially planned to leave the network, he quickly changed his mind and vowed to continue his activities.

He had expressed support for Donald Trump during the presidential election and the first months of his term, but disavowed him in April 2017 after Donald Trump ordered missile strikes on the Syrian government. On April 9, Enoch took part in an anti-war protest opposing the 2017 Shayrat missile strike, in which 59 Tomahawk Cruise missiles were launched by the United States against the Shayrat Airbase controlled by the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad and his forces. The protest, organized by Richard B. Spencer, was counter-protested by anti-fascist activists. On the next episode of The Daily Shoah, Enoch and Spencer railed against the perceived attitudes of mainstream conservatives, especially Baby Boomers, and spoke about the growing (and, in their opinions, undue) influence of Ivanka Trump and Senior Adviser Jared Kushner on President Donald Trump, as well as neoconservative and pro-Israel influences within the Trump administration. He also commented that the alt-right was now "the only legitimate anti-war movement in the United States," and that the Antifa counter-protesters supported Trump and the military strike by virtue of counter-protesting an anti-war demonstration.

On April 18, 2017, Enoch joined Richard B. Spencer in giving a talk at Auburn University where he expressed that he and the movement were breaking away from the new direction that the Trump administration was taking. While Auburn administration had initially cancelled the planned event, citing safety concerns, Enoch assisted Spencer in filing a lawsuit on First Amendment grounds. United States federal judge William Keith Watkins issued a ruling requiring Auburn to allow Spencer and Enoch to speak.


First broadcast in August 2014 and published weekly (and now three times every week), The Daily Shoah's name is a parody of The Daily Show and uses the Hebrew language word referring to the Holocaust. Enoch originally created the show to be edgy and libertarian, and later began sharing antisemitic conspiracy theories around Episode 19, after reading The Culture of Critique by Kevin B. MacDonald.


Michael Isaac Peinovich (born 1977), commonly known by his pseudonym Mike Enoch, is an American neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist, blogger and podcast host. He founded the alt-right media network The Right Stuff and podcast The Daily Shoah. Through his work, Peinovich ridicules African Americans, Jews, and other ethnic minorities, advocates racial discrimination, and promotes conspiracy theories such as Holocaust denial and white genocide.