Monday, December 26, 2016

Breitbart Truth is the #1 conservative website in the US according to Alexa rankings. 

The Breitbart journalists featured here have collectively written over 17,000 articles for Breitbart since 2010.

Each writer has connections to white nationalists and/or, a conspiracy website that suggests the US government committed the 9/11 attacks which killed 3,000 Americans.

Breitbart's executive chairman, Steve Bannon, was Donald Trump's campaign CEO and  Chief Adviser/Chief Strategist in the Trump White House Cabinet. 

Milo Yiannopolous, Breitbart US writer. 

Milo Yiannopolous was a senior editor at Breitbart US, and wrote 400+ articles for Breitbart between 2014 and 2017.

In leaked emails, Milo praised a Neo-Nazi staff member of the Nazi website The Daily Stormer. Milo said: "He’s one of the funniest, smartest and most interesting people I know."

He also befriended white supremacist Devin Saucier and hired white nationalist Tim Gionet. In emails with Devin Saucier, Milo said he was "easing everyone in gently" to the racial IQ superiority ideas that Saucier supports.

In April 2016, he sang for a Neo-Nazi gathering in Dallas, Texas. White nationalist Richard Spencer can be seen in the video.

Jack Hadfield, Breitbart US writer. 

From Hope Not Hate:

...frequent Breitbart contributor Jack Hadfield acts as an administrator of the right-wing “free speech” Facebook group the Young Right Society (YRS), which is frequently awash with appalling racist and ‘alt-right’ content  
Hadfield has authored over 200 articles for the far-right news outlet Breitbart, itself accused of pandering to the white nationalist alt-right.  
Membership of the secret group has included open fascists and nazis, well-known alt-right figures such as Scottish vlogger Colin Robertson (aka Millennial Woes), alongside Conservative Party activists and UKIP youth leader Jamie Ross McKenzie. 
Hadfield also posted the work of Italian “traditionalist” philosopher Julius Evola, who idolised Hitler’s murderous SS and was admired by Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, with the caption “Got me some good new summer reading”.  
The book was published by Arktos, the central publisher of the racist alt-right. 

Below, screen caps of the Young Right Society's Facebook posts. Note that Michael Brooks, a moderator for the group, identifies as a Neo-Nazi as he states he's "14 and 88."

Charles Johnson, Breitbart US writer. 

Charles Johnson has written nearly 300 articles for Breitbart between 2010 and 2013.

On January 9th, 2017, staff reported that Charles Johnson was helping to select Trump administration officials during the Presidential transition.

On January 27th, 2017, Charles Johnson self described himself as a fascist in a Reddit Ask-Me-Anything.

A Holocaust denier, Charles went on the self-described fascist podcast "Fash the Nation" where he talked about the genetic IQ inferiority of blacks (see pic) and how Jews should not be able to hold top positions.

PJ Salvatore, Breitbart US writer. Twitter handle: @PortosJ81J

Salvatore has written over 750 articles for Breitbart between 2010 and 2012. 

A selection of tweets from PJ Salvatore. Screenshots taken 1-12-17. 

Update: As of 12-2-17, PJ has deleted nearly all of his Tweets and has removed nearly all of the accounts he Followed.

Salvatore follows @DegeneracyKills

Salvatore also follows @DereksCorpse 


Above, screen cap of @DereksCorpse's Twitter. He self describes as a nationalist and retweets white nationalist Richard Spencer.

Virginia Hale, Breitbart London. @Virgehall

Hale has written over 300 articles for Breitbart since December 2014. Hale is currently writing articles at Breitbart London.

Virginia Hale "liked" a tweet from @ShabbosShekels (aka FashyGoy). "Fash" means fascist in far right circles, and "goy" is a non-Jew in Yiddish.

Followed and communicated with Julius Ebola, white nationalist Twitter user, as well as white nationalists Richard Spencer and Matthew Heimbach.

She also follows Wagner C. Soto.

You can read more about Virginia Hale's views at Media Matters.

Update (April 2017): Virginia Hale deactivated her Twitter account sometime in March of 2017, but continues to write for Breitbart London.

Screencapped on 1-12-17

screencapped on 1-12-17

John Binder, Breitbart US writer. @Jxhnbider

He has written nearly 300 articles for Breitbart since August 2016.

Follows Paul Town, Baked Alaska, InfoWars.

Also follows Peter Brimelow, white nationalist who gives speeches for white nationalist groups National Policy Institute and American Renaissance. 

Follows Based Monitored, Blaqpilled Victor, Brittany Pettibone, Ricky Vaughn, and Brannon. All followers/retweeters of white nationalists.

Retweets WND, a conspiracy theorist website, VDare and Vegas4Trump, a self described white nationalist.


Hint: "Nat Soc" is short for "National Socialist"

 Nick Hallett (@NickJhallett)

Breitbart London writer. He has written nearly 2,000 articles for Breitbart since February 2014.

Nick follows Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson. Infowars believes 9/11 was performed by the US government (inside job), and that the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax. 

Nick also follows @ReactionaryTree (aka TrumpenReich Tree)

@ReactionaryTree retweeted this tweet “appreciating” white Nationalist Richard Spencer

Below, Mr. Spencer celebrating Donald Trump's presidential victory with his friends with Nazi salutes.

Ezra Dulis, Breitbart US writer. @ezradulis

Ezra has written about 300 articles for Breitbart since 2010.

Ezra follows self described "American Nationalist" @RopePusher777 who retweets InfoWars, the 9/11 conspiracy website that says the US government performed 9/11 and killed 3,000 of its own citizens.

Ezra follows and communicates with "Saul Townstein" whose real name is Paul Town.

Paul Town's website,, has a sidebar that invites people to visit American Renaissance website, a white nationalist group, and Daily Stormer, a neo-nazi group. And Fash the, a white nationalist website and podcast.

Above, Paul Town's website.

Above, the Wikipedia entry for Fash the Nation.

Above, a selection of tweets from Paul Town. Breitbart writers Ezra Dulis and Lucas Nolan follow Paul Town on Twitter.

Christian Toto, Breitbart US writer. @HollywoodinToto

Mr. Toto has written nearly 3,000 articles for Breitbart since 2009.

Mr. Toto follows Mark Dice, Illuminati/NWO conspiracy theorist.

also follows @kaleriley, who believes in the PizzaGate conspiracy theory and that Kanye West is fighting the Illuminati.


Donna Rachel Edmunds (@Donna_R_E). Breitbart London writer. 

Donna has written nearly 2,000 articles for Breitbart since May 2014.

Follows Alex Jones (Info Wars), Info Wars main account, and Paul Watson (Info Wars). Info Wars is a conspiracy website that believes 9/11 was an inside job where the US government killed 3,000 of its own citizens.

Also follows @ThaRightStuff, a self described fascist who runs

 Above, a screenshot of's celebration of Donald Trump's victory.

Elsewhere on the site you'll find discussions of the IQ inferiority of blacks and other non-white groups. 

Above, a screen shot of "Fash the Nation," the fascist podcast.

Above, @ThaRightStuff ruminates on our complicated world.

Above, Donna following InfoWars, a site that believes 9/11 was an "inside job" where the US government killed 3,000 of its own citizens.

John Nolte, Breitbart US writer. @NolteNC

He has written nearly 6,500 articles for Breitbart since 2009.

Nolte follows @velow1 who describes himself as a pro-white nationalist.

also follows "Resist Tyranny" who tweets Muslim American conspiracy theories.

also follows "Fash" who tweets Infowars.

Lucas Nolan, Breitbart USA writer.@Lucasnolan_

 He has written nearly 270 articles for Breitbart since June 2016.

He follows InfoWars. Follows MissPatriarch (aka Becky), who is pro-Assad,, and pro-white nationalism.

Also follows and communicates with Paul Town, white nationalist who runs a website linking to Daily Stormer and Fash the Nation. (proof)

Katie McHugh, Breitbart US writer. @k_mcq

She has written more than 500 articles for Breitbart since 2014.

She communicates with Paul Town (link 1, link 2) and Richard Spencer supporter @ReactionaryTree (link)

 Above, a screencap showing one of Katie's followers "Fuhrerious14/88". If you haven't heard of "1488" before, see this definition.

Screencapped on 1-12-17. Here, Katie McHugh "likes" a Vdare tweet about John Derbyshire. Derbyshire was fired from the conservative journal National Review after he wrote the following: 

"The mean intelligence of blacks is much lower than for whites. The least intelligent ten percent of whites have IQs below 81; forty percent of blacks have IQs that low. Only one black in six is more intelligent than the average white; five whites out of six are more intelligent than the average black.
(9) A small cohort of blacks—in my experience, around five percent—is ferociously hostile to whites and will go to great lengths to inconvenience or harm us. A much larger cohort of blacks—around half—will go along passively if the five percent take leadership in some event. They will do this out of racial solidarity, the natural willingness of most human beings to be led, and a vague feeling that whites have it coming. 

(10c) If planning a trip to a beach or amusement park at some date, find out whether it is likely to be swamped with blacks on that date.
(10d) Do not attend events likely to draw a lot of blacks.
(10e) If you are at some public event at which the number of blacks suddenly swells, leave as quickly as possible."
Source for quotes:

Derbyshire was positively mentioned by Breitbart here:

 As mentioned above, 
Vdare hosts white supremacist articles.

Screen capped 1-12-17. Here, Katie "likes" a tweet from Infowars' Paul Joseph Watson. InfoWars believes the 9/11 attack was an "inside job" carried out by the US government.

 Above, more VDare "likes" from Katie, and "likes" of @ReactionaryTree, who is a supporter of white nationalist Richard Spencer. All screencapped 1-12-17.

Dustin Stockton, Breitbart US writer, @DustinStockton

He has written nearly 150 articles for Breitbart since August 2015.

Dustin follows, retweets, and tweets Baked Alaska (@bakedalaska), who retweets Paul Town, InfoWars, RightStuff, and Richard Spencer.

Dustin also retweets Mike Cernovich ("diversity is code for white genocide" link) and Mark Dice (NWO/Illumunati conspiracist)

Screenshots taken on Jan 11, 2017. 

Screenshots taken 1-18-17

Above, Stockton praises @bakedalaska, who admires and praises multiple white supremacists.

Neil McCabe, Breitbart US writer. @NeilWmccabe

He has written nearly 400 articles for Breitbart since June 2016.

Neil follows Irma Hinjosa who posts birther conspiracy theories.

And Neil retweets InfoWars' Paul Watson. InfoWars is a conspiracy site that believes 9/11 was done by the US government against its own citizens.

Neil retweets Russia Today ( articles (RT is Russian government propaganda).

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart US writer. @mboyle1

Matt has written nearly 2,500 articles for Breitbart since 2012.

 Mr. Boyle retweeted this VDARE tweet

Here are some excerpts of VDARE's work:

"America was defined — almost explicitly, sometimes very explicitly — as a white nation, for white people, and what that means is that there is virtually no figure, no law, no policy, no event in the history of the old, white America that can survive the transition to the new and non-white version. Whether we will want to call the new updated version ‘America’ at all is another question entirely."— Sam Francis,, July 21, 2003

"What race realists find most infuriating about the liberalism of the last half century is not just that it has lost its instinctive appreciation for the culture and people of the West but actively, viciously attacks them. Whites are doing something no other people have ever done in human history. Our rulers and elites welcome replacement by aliens, they vilify our ancestors and their own, they sacrifice our interests to those of favored minorities, and they treat the entire history of the West as if it were a global plague of rapine and exploitation. This is a disease that is killing us, and we must fight it head on."Jared Taylor,, July 4, 2008

Lee Stranahan, Breitbart US writer. @Stranahan


He has written nearly 900 articles for Breitbart since 2010.

Lee follows Haley Claus.
also follows Westleigh, more Infowars
also follows Jeremy Nolt, more Infowars / RT connections
Infowars is a conspiracy website that believes 9/11 was a US government attack on its own citizens.
RT (Russia Today) is a Russian government propaganda website.

Chris Tomlinson 

Chris is a writer at Breitbart London. He has written over 660 articles for Breitbart since January 2016.

He follows multiple “Identitarian” Twitter users
Identitarians are far-right activists similar to white nationalists

Brandon Darby, Breitbart Texas Editor-in-Chief. @Brandondarby

He has written nearly 500 articles for Breitbart since 2010.Brandon follows John Blake, who retweets self described fascist @TheRightStuf, a self described fascist who runs

Wrapping up...

Some questions to ask yourself:

Does President Trump know that his campaign manager/chief adviser/strategist Steve Bannon hired multiple white nationalists and InfoWars conspiracy theorists? And that Breitbart News still employs them?

Do right-wing media outlets like FOX News know of Bannon's links to white nationalists and InfoWars conspiracy theorists, but choose to ignore the issue?