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2018-10-05 21:12:44 UTC
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DailyCaller - A RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA fiction factory
for gullible rightists

RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA FAKE NEWS ALERT


The Daily Caller is a conservative news and opinion website
founded by Tucker Carlson in 2010. Similar to the left-wing
Huffington Post, the website covers current events both
political and offbeat, as well as human interest topics such
as education, "guns and gear", and technology, with plenty of
clickbait to go around. Select articles from the site are
regularly reprinted on Yahoo! News, be forewarned.

"Journalism"
The Daily Caller takes a denialist stance about global
warming.

On June 15, 2012, during a press conference by President
Barack Obama announcing executive actions on immigration law
regarding children brought illegally to the U.S., Daily Caller
reporter Neil Munro heckled Obama with leading questions like,
"Why do you favor foreigners over Americans?"

Shortly before the US Senate election day in New Jersey, the
website published a story titled "Women: Sen. Bob Menendez
paid us for sex in the Dominican Republic." Established news
sources like ABC and even the tabloid New York Post avoided
reporting on these accusations due to questionable
credibility. The story blew up in the Caller's face when it
turned out that one of the accusers was a paid liar,[4] and
the FBI found no evidence to back up the accuser's story
either.

Bigotry[edit]
The site defended Vice magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes for
transphobic remarks that claimed that transgender people are
"mentally ill… nuts trapped in a crazy person's body" along
with words like "fag" sprinkled in, because McInnes was
"willing to expose the mechanics of our P.C. outrage culture."
But it's totally not outrage for the Daily Caller to post ten
articles a day to spark online outrage over something some
libtard left winger said on MSNBC, is it not?

The site has stories that basically deliver a message, black
people/gay people/insert-outgroup-here evil. On October 17,
2014, the Caller published a story with the racially charged
headline "Black males are viciously beating people at random
at the University of Illinois" that was later retitled "Gang
Of Men Is Viciously Beating People At Random At The University
Of Illinois"; the original title still shows up in the URL,
showing that at some point the article had that title in the
header.[9] Hypocritically, the Caller criticized Salon.com
five days later for posting an article[10] about "white
menaces" to society following riots at Keene State College in
New Hampshire during the college's "PumpkinFest", satirically
framing it and "white culture" in the same terms so frequently
used to describe the behavior of black people.[11] The site
also posted a story "Same-sex rape in the military on the
rise" with the undertone that don't ask, don't tell is harmful
to the US military.

Don't expect any substantive, enlightening discussions in the
comments section, with plenty of anti-racist is a code word
for anti-white to go around, as well as ignorant broad brush
remarks about liberals or anyone who isn't a True
American™.[13]
Conservative News Network
2018-10-06 19:59:37 UTC
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dailycaller.com
DailyCaller - A RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA fiction factory
for gullible rightists

RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA FAKE NEWS ALERT


The Daily Caller is a conservative news and opinion website
founded by Tucker Carlson in 2010. Similar to the left-wing
Huffington Post, the website covers current events both
political and offbeat, as well as human interest topics such
as education, "guns and gear", and technology, with plenty of
clickbait to go around. Select articles from the site are
regularly reprinted on Yahoo! News, be forewarned.

"Journalism"
The Daily Caller takes a denialist stance about global
warming.

On June 15, 2012, during a press conference by President
Barack Obama announcing executive actions on immigration law
regarding children brought illegally to the U.S., Daily Caller
reporter Neil Munro heckled Obama with leading questions like,
"Why do you favor foreigners over Americans?"

Shortly before the US Senate election day in New Jersey, the
website published a story titled "Women: Sen. Bob Menendez
paid us for sex in the Dominican Republic." Established news
sources like ABC and even the tabloid New York Post avoided
reporting on these accusations due to questionable
credibility. The story blew up in the Caller's face when it
turned out that one of the accusers was a paid liar,[4] and
the FBI found no evidence to back up the accuser's story
either.

Bigotry[edit]
The site defended Vice magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes for
transphobic remarks that claimed that transgender people are
"mentally ill… nuts trapped in a crazy person's body" along
with words like "fag" sprinkled in, because McInnes was
"willing to expose the mechanics of our P.C. outrage culture."
But it's totally not outrage for the Daily Caller to post ten
articles a day to spark online outrage over something some
libtard left winger said on MSNBC, is it not?

The site has stories that basically deliver a message, black
people/gay people/insert-outgroup-here evil. On October 17,
2014, the Caller published a story with the racially charged
headline "Black males are viciously beating people at random
at the University of Illinois" that was later retitled "Gang
Of Men Is Viciously Beating People At Random At The University
Of Illinois"; the original title still shows up in the URL,
showing that at some point the article had that title in the
header.[9] Hypocritically, the Caller criticized Salon.com
five days later for posting an article[10] about "white
menaces" to society following riots at Keene State College in
New Hampshire during the college's "PumpkinFest", satirically
framing it and "white culture" in the same terms so frequently
used to describe the behavior of black people.[11] The site
also posted a story "Same-sex rape in the military on the
rise" with the undertone that don't ask, don't tell is harmful
to the US military.

Don't expect any substantive, enlightening discussions in the
comments section, with plenty of anti-racist is a code word
for anti-white to go around, as well as ignorant broad brush
remarks about liberals or anyone who isn't a True
American™.[13]
Conservative News Network
2018-11-02 22:49:19 UTC
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dailycaller.com
DailyCaller - A RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA fiction factory
for gullible rightists

RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA FAKE NEWS ALERT


The Daily Caller is a conservative news and opinion website
founded by Tucker Carlson in 2010. Similar to the left-wing
Huffington Post, the website covers current events both
political and offbeat, as well as human interest topics such
as education, "guns and gear", and technology, with plenty of
clickbait to go around. Select articles from the site are
regularly reprinted on Yahoo! News, be forewarned.

"Journalism"
The Daily Caller takes a denialist stance about global
warming.

On June 15, 2012, during a press conference by President
Barack Obama announcing executive actions on immigration law
regarding children brought illegally to the U.S., Daily Caller
reporter Neil Munro heckled Obama with leading questions like,
"Why do you favor foreigners over Americans?"

Shortly before the US Senate election day in New Jersey, the
website published a story titled "Women: Sen. Bob Menendez
paid us for sex in the Dominican Republic." Established news
sources like ABC and even the tabloid New York Post avoided
reporting on these accusations due to questionable
credibility. The story blew up in the Caller's face when it
turned out that one of the accusers was a paid liar,[4] and
the FBI found no evidence to back up the accuser's story
either.

Bigotry[edit]
The site defended Vice magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes for
transphobic remarks that claimed that transgender people are
"mentally ill… nuts trapped in a crazy person's body" along
with words like "fag" sprinkled in, because McInnes was
"willing to expose the mechanics of our P.C. outrage culture."
But it's totally not outrage for the Daily Caller to post ten
articles a day to spark online outrage over something some
libtard left winger said on MSNBC, is it not?

The site has stories that basically deliver a message, black
people/gay people/insert-outgroup-here evil. On October 17,
2014, the Caller published a story with the racially charged
headline "Black males are viciously beating people at random
at the University of Illinois" that was later retitled "Gang
Of Men Is Viciously Beating People At Random At The University
Of Illinois"; the original title still shows up in the URL,
showing that at some point the article had that title in the
header.[9] Hypocritically, the Caller criticized Salon.com
five days later for posting an article[10] about "white
menaces" to society following riots at Keene State College in
New Hampshire during the college's "PumpkinFest", satirically
framing it and "white culture" in the same terms so frequently
used to describe the behavior of black people.[11] The site
also posted a story "Same-sex rape in the military on the
rise" with the undertone that don't ask, don't tell is harmful
to the US military.

Don't expect any substantive, enlightening discussions in the
comments section, with plenty of anti-racist is a code word
for anti-white to go around, as well as ignorant broad brush
remarks about liberals or anyone who isn't a True
American™.[13]
Conservative News Network
2018-12-04 03:01:49 UTC
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dailycaller.com
DailyCaller - A RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA fiction factory
for gullible rightists

RADICAL RIGHT WING PROPAGANDA FAKE NEWS ALERT


The Daily Caller is a conservative news and opinion website
founded by Tucker Carlson in 2010. Similar to the left-wing
Huffington Post, the website covers current events both
political and offbeat, as well as human interest topics such
as education, "guns and gear", and technology, with plenty of
clickbait to go around. Select articles from the site are
regularly reprinted on Yahoo! News, be forewarned.

"Journalism"
The Daily Caller takes a denialist stance about global
warming.

On June 15, 2012, during a press conference by President
Barack Obama announcing executive actions on immigration law
regarding children brought illegally to the U.S., Daily Caller
reporter Neil Munro heckled Obama with leading questions like,
"Why do you favor foreigners over Americans?"

Shortly before the US Senate election day in New Jersey, the
website published a story titled "Women: Sen. Bob Menendez
paid us for sex in the Dominican Republic." Established news
sources like ABC and even the tabloid New York Post avoided
reporting on these accusations due to questionable
credibility. The story blew up in the Caller's face when it
turned out that one of the accusers was a paid liar,[4] and
the FBI found no evidence to back up the accuser's story
either.

Bigotry[edit]
The site defended Vice magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes for
transphobic remarks that claimed that transgender people are
"mentally ill… nuts trapped in a crazy person's body" along
with words like "fag" sprinkled in, because McInnes was
"willing to expose the mechanics of our P.C. outrage culture."
But it's totally not outrage for the Daily Caller to post ten
articles a day to spark online outrage over something some
libtard left winger said on MSNBC, is it not?

The site has stories that basically deliver a message, black
people/gay people/insert-outgroup-here evil. On October 17,
2014, the Caller published a story with the racially charged
headline "Black males are viciously beating people at random
at the University of Illinois" that was later retitled "Gang
Of Men Is Viciously Beating People At Random At The University
Of Illinois"; the original title still shows up in the URL,
showing that at some point the article had that title in the
header.[9] Hypocritically, the Caller criticized Salon.com
five days later for posting an article[10] about "white
menaces" to society following riots at Keene State College in
New Hampshire during the college's "PumpkinFest", satirically
framing it and "white culture" in the same terms so frequently
used to describe the behavior of black people.[11] The site
also posted a story "Same-sex rape in the military on the
rise" with the undertone that don't ask, don't tell is harmful
to the US military.

Don't expect any substantive, enlightening discussions in the
comments section, with plenty of anti-racist is a code word
for anti-white to go around, as well as ignorant broad brush
remarks about liberals or anyone who isn't a True
American™.[13]

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