The populist conservative outlet is getting into the Beltway-focused daily newsletter game.
Will Sommer and Swin Suebsaeng discuss how right-wing media are approaching vaccinations with their stubborn audiences, and Rep. Ro Khanna is cornered about Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
After the Democratic lawmaker tweeted about Carlson’s son, who works for a GOP congressman, the Fox host has launched an all-out war.
Fox News and Breitbart, who regularly whine about “cancel culture,” are now leading the charge against the pop star over insensitive comments she made when she was 13 or 14.
“This is banana republic shit,” wrote one editor at the staunchly pro-Trump outlet, in response to colleagues downplaying or excusing the violence during last week’s MAGA mob.
The mega-loyalist Nunes was seemingly the first person in Trumpworld to publicly float the rumor of a plane full of geared-up antifa soldiers—days before the president spread it.
The president is pushing the coronavirus theories of a Houston doctor who also says sexual visitations by demons and alien DNA are at the root of Americans’ common health concerns.