In January, conservative blogger Milo Yiannopoulos launched the Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant, a scholarship for white men only. It was designed as a deliberate provocation to rile up liberals — but the money, at least, seemed to be headed toward college scholarships. The money was supposed to be doled out in “early summer 2016.” It’s currently sitting in his bank account — and he may have broken the law.
The idea that Russia hacked the US election to help Trump is insane. If you believe it you should be wearing a tinfoil hat. By the way, check out this Drudge Report article about Hillary Clinton murdering 20 of her political opponents.
Liberal Tumblr Bloggers be like:
The idea that the media is liberal leaning is a crazy Fox News conspiracy. Don’t drink the crazy kool-aid. By the way, did you know George W Bush planned 9/11 so he could start the Iraq War and build an oil pipeline from Baghdad to Texas.
I understand disagreeing with someone, but this whole doxxing thing is beyond wrong. Nothing can justify exposing someone and threatening their home and job. Anyone who considers this acceptable behavior should be ashamed. I can only hope that you social justice morons see the light someday. This is not the tolerance you preach. This is sick. What is wrong with you?
NERD!!!! And also brand new Catholic!!!!! Yay!! Also I kid about the nerd part (except in that I mean it as a compliment). Incredibly intelligent, fair, and balanced, politically engaged, and very well-rounded, he is a great conservatively minded, thoughtful blogger. I really enjoy everything he has to post. Also his girlfriend, Anna, insignificantprincess, is a delight too.
‘Fraud’: Conservative Blogger Claims She is Oglala, But Oglala Nation Says She is Not
Conservative blogger Ellie Reynolds claims to be Oglala Lakota. She has appeared several times on Fox News Insider, leaning on her alleged heritage to speak in favor of Native American mascots. But on Thursday, the Oglala Lakota government in Pine Ridge, South Dakota rejected her claim that she is a citizen of their nation.
Several conservative bloggers repeated talking points given to them by a proxy group for the Ukrainian government — and at least one writer was paid by a representative of the Ukrainian group, according to documents and emails obtained by BuzzFeed.
The Ukrainian campaign began in the run-up to high-stakes Ukrainian parliamentary elections last year, and sought to convince skeptical American conservatives that the pro-Russian Party of Regions, led by President Viktor Yanukovych, deserved American support. During that period, articles echoing Ukrainian government talking points appeared on leading conservative online outlets, including RedState, Breitbart, and Pajamas Media.