Martin Pengelly of The Guardian, you are as dishonest as you are ignorant. Steve Bannon never claimed to be Alt-Right and does not share the same beliefs as the Alt-Right. He is not and never has been part of the Alt-Right. Your assertion that he is is libelous. And Breitbart News is not "far-right." It is right-wing, but not far-right. There is a difference. Breitbart News is not anti-Semitic and does not promote racism, both hallmarks of the far-right and the Alt-Right. Try getting your facts straight, Martin.
Let's call on Melonie Marano to resign from whatever job she has for promoting child abuse.
What a stupid, biased headline. There is some major event every weak in the USA. Is the President not supposed to comment on anything because something somewhere in the world is happening? Moreover, making a comment doesn't mean the hurricane isn't a priority. Not making a comment isn't going to stop a hurricane.
What kind of Far-Left idiocy is this: "In the 20th century, libertarian and conservative politicians like to use the phrase, making it seem racist and offensive"? Conservatives and libertarians like dogs and houses and cars too, so do those "seem racist and offensive"? The morons have taken over the asylum.
Whatever Pedro Nicolaci da Costa writes should be taken with a grain of salt. He works for the Far-Left Economic Policy Institute and his criticism reflects that. A better explanation is that blacks are the most vulnerable ethnic/racial group in the U.S. and tend to live in Democrat-run big cities, such as Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington DC. Democrats are big on excess regulation which harms businesses, such is ever-increasing minimum wage laws, which destroy jobs. They also tend to live in sanctuary states so are forced to compete with a higher number of immigrants -- legal and illegal -- for jobs. Rather than discriminate against blacks for whites as the sloppily-written piece seems to claim, employers are seeking bilingual employees fluent in English and Spanish. In many cases they know minimal English, so blacks get passed over for recently-arrived immigrants. In sanctuary states employers are not allowed to ask for legal status, so many illegal immigrants are getting hired instead of native-born black citizens. Why don't you ask Julianne Malveaux about those facts?
David Nakamura is as dishonest as they get. This hit piece on immigration restriction groups have nothing to do with the El Paso mass murderer. He notes that they were founded by a man who supported eugenics, but so was Planned Parenthood, an organization the Washington Post staunchly supports. He also cherry picks the statements made on immigration from the shooter's manifesto while ignoring statements that sound like they could have come from Elizabeth Warren. In fact, the shooter said he decided to go on his rampage after seeing all Democratic candidates raise their hands to give illegal immigrants free healthcare, so by Nakamura's logic they could be blamed on the killing.
Reuters "without evidence" writes biased story with no research to support its assertion and in contradiction to the huge amount of evidence documented in Congressional testimony and Project Veritas, which has statements and testimony from former employees (whistleblowers), secret tapings, and written documentation.
CNBC "writer" Jesse Pounds, without evidence, accuses President Trump of not having evidence that Google is biased. Videos and documents shared to Project Veritas, lengthy statements by former employees, an internal recording of Google CEO saddened over Hillary losing the 2016 election, biased search results, testimony before Congress of a professor (a Democrat) who has researched the internet for 30 years, and other examples too numerous to mention apparently aren't evidence to a lazy left-wing writer who did the minimal amount of research for his hit piece. Maybe his name should be Jesse "Without Evidence" Pound who works at C "Without Evidence" NBC.
Elise Sole sucks. She writes an unnecessary hit piece on someone who gave an opinion that isn't wrong so she can get more clicks. A very biased article that includes an "expert" from one side who gives out gaslighting nonsense as "fact." Elise Sole of Yahoo Lifestyle, you are a horrible, selfish, disgusting person. Shame on you.
Maybe because Patriot Prayer and the Proud Boys aren't white-supremacist?