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Rick Santorum sought to erase the impact Native Americans have had on American culture. His revisionist history couldn't be more wrong.
Rantt Writer Luke Huizenga took a deep dive into social networks that cultivate extremism and became consumed in a whirlpool of disinformation and hate.
From children living in extremist households to those consuming extremist content on social media, the pandemic has left them vulnerable to radicalization.
Conservative pundits and elected officials have been pushing a “border crisis” narrative that lays blame exclusively on Biden. There’s just one problem: The facts say otherwise.
The incompetent governance, radical individualism, and anti-intellectualism in modern conservatism made the pandemic much worse than it had to be.
CPAC featured election lies and undemocratic rhetoric. The GOP is a coalition of Trump cultists with shared cultural grievances and conspiracy theories.
RT is expanding their disinformation tactics and pivoting to complaints of censorship. As in recent years, they are on message with Republicans.
Conservatives are fleeing to social media sites like Gab, Telegram, MeWe, and BitChute that knowingly host dangerous right-wing content.
Rather than embracing accountability, Republicans are embracing the forces that led to the deadly insurrection at the Capitol while telling us to "move on."
While Trump, Republicans, and right-wing media should carry much of the blame, tech companies must atone for their role in far-right radicalization and make bigger changes.