In an article published this month, writer John Nolte says Democrats are using "reverse psychology" to trick opponents into dying of COVID-19.
A group calling itself “America’s Frontline Doctors” spread false information about COVID-19 with the help of Facebook, right-wing media and President Trump.
More than half of Senate Democrats say Miller's “demonstrable white nationalist ideology has been directly translated” into Trump administration policy.
"The president gets to choose who’s around him, but I don’t think that reflects as well as it might,” the senator said of Miller's apparent ties to white nationalism.
The White House adviser and white nationalist worked with the far-right publication to smear the Florida senator ahead of the 2016 election.
“He’s still at the White House shaping US immigration policy," the freshman Democrat wrote after the Trump adviser's emails to Breitbart were revealed.
An outlet with a history of racism and xenophobia that was denied Senate press credentials finds a welcome home on Facebook.
The force's recruitment account on Twitter said ads purchased on Google had "ended up on sites that do not reflect the City’s values.”
"There’s clearly a correlation between the intensity of Fox News and Breitbart and all those folks and the amount of threats that we get."
He lashes "barbaric, alien religious cultures" on Facebook after massacre.