An arrest has been made in Florida in connection with this week's series of mail bombs. Of course, the commenters at Breitbart are already suspicious.
I don't know how you reacted when you heard about the secret meeting between President Trump and New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger, but the reaction in MAGA Land was pure whataboutism.
Former Breitbart employee Kurt Bardella didn't pull any punches when it comes to what he thinks of his former coworker turned NRA spokesperson, Dana Loesch.
I've admired Gabriel Sherman's work in the past, but his Vanity Fair profile of Steve Bannon is the work of a writer who developed a mild crush on his subject and allowed that subject to bamboozle him.
Robert Mueller's first arrests are expected to happen Monday, but the pro-Trump right is focused on persuading America that Uranium One and the Fusion GPS dossier are the real Russia scandal.
I'm sure I don't have to tell you that Roy Moore -- soon to be the junior senator from Alabama -- really loves God:
The right-wing media has now been forced to acknowledge what's going on in Charlottesville ... and the response at Breitbart is: Waaaah! You're being unfair to Trump!
John McCain was the Republican presidential nominee in 2008, but he once supported immigration reform, so a lot of right-wingers hate him.
The Washington Post's Callum Borchers reports that Team Trump was badly outplayed, at least initially:
Chuck Todd couldn't be bothered to fact-check one of his guests, so Joy-Ann Reid did it for him.
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