The mainstream media has launched a campaign to tie Infowars, Breitbart and the “alternative-right” to Neo-Nazis and the KKK in an attempt to discredit any opposition to Hillary Clinton.
Caitlin Dickson, writing for Yahoo, describes the alternative right as a “loose aggregation of bloggers, radio hosts, think tanks and activists that emerged from the ‘white nationalist’ movement of the 1980s and 1990s.”
“It occupies positions on the far right of American politics, but it is not primarily about the issues that motivate mainstream conservatives, such as taxes or government spending,” she continued. “Instead, it postulates that the culture of white America is under attack, and sees itself as its defender.
Dickson takes exception with Donald Trump’s recent hire of Breitbart chairman Steven Bannon as campaign CEO, equating his effort to turn Breitbart into “the platform of the alt-right” as an attempt to pander to racist elements like the KKK
“But with the hiring of Breitbart Media chairman Steve Bannon as CEO of his campaign, Trump has embraced someone at the heart of the movement, who boasted of turning Breitbart.com into ‘the platform of the alt-right.’ Duke himself celebrated the hiring with the boast: “We’ve taken over the Republican Party,” she wrote.
In a further attempt to discredit Breitbart, Dickson links Bannon and Breitbart technology writer Milo Yiannopoulos to Andrew Anglin of The Daily Stormer and David Duke.
While Dickson never mentioned Infowars or Alex Jones directly, Hillary Clinton launched a conspiracy-oriented attack against Jones during a speech yesterday, breaking the globalists’ golden rule about never mentioning “The Texan” by name.