Episode

11/16 Matthew Phelan: The House of Breitbart & the New Fascism

November 16, 2016

Freelance journalist Matthew Phelan, explains the role that Breitbart News played in the election. Clinton Cash and the connection between Breitbart and the New York Times. Who is Peter Schweizer and what is the Government Accountability Office. How the New York Times facilitated Right Wing propaganda. Andrew Breitbart and the corporate funding of the far right. How Steve Bannon made a fortune. Andrew Breitbart and Hollywood resentment. Why Steve Bannon is more dangerous. Breitbart and the destruction of ACORN. How the funding of the Right Wing web works. Who is Eric O’Keeffe? Breitbart’s role in Brexit. Breitbart’s connection to Trump and the dangerous Mercer family.

On The Fun Half: Barack Obama warns against nationalism and ethnic identity politics. Trump shuts out the press. Trump get’s applauded at a swanky New York City Resturant and says “we will get your taxes down, don’t worry”. The disaster of the Trump transition and your calls and IMs.

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