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Breitbart Hit by Mass Advertiser Exodus for Promoting Racist, Sexist Content

More Than 800 Companies Have Joined Boycott

Breitbart’s ‘promotion of alt-right’ views has caused hundreds of advertisers to flee. President Trump’s Chief White House Counsel Steve Bannon is the architect behind site. (Photo: Getty)

Breitbart, the hard-right news service once headed by White House Chief Counsel Steve Bannon, is facing an advertiser exodus in the face of growing opposition to the site’s promotion of racist and misogynistic content. More than 800 advertisers worldwide have abandoned the site, according to reports.

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Major Media Drop Ball on Trump Russia Ties, Cowed by Right-Wing Media Bashing

Trump Tweets Define the News-Cycle Narrative

Donald Trump is leading a misinformation campaign to discredit an intelligence report on his ties to Russia that has largely cowed mainstream outlets in a major media fail. (Photo: Getty)

Donald Trump’s ties to Russia is the biggest story of the 2016 election and perhaps the biggest political story since the Nixon administration Watergate scandal. But the major media were nowhere to be found when the Trump scandal was cracked wide open by a pop culture Web site.

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FBI Election Dirty Tricks More Serious, Less Scrutinized Than Russian Hacking

Scandal Bigger Than Watergate Goes Unreported

Rudy Giuliani is being fingered as the middleman who facilitated collusion between the FBI and the NYPD to torpedo Hillary Clinton's campaign. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Rudy Giuliani is being fingered as the middleman who facilitated collusion between the FBI and the NYPD to torpedo Hillary Clinton’s campaign. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) unprecedented election dirty tricks are getting far less scrutiny from the media and lawmakers than the Russian email hacking scandal, even though the rogue agency poses a far more serious threat to the nation.

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Steve Bannon Won’t Be Appearing on a Kellogg’s Cereal Box Anytime Soon

Food Giant Pulls Breitbart Ads Over Racist Slant

Steve Bannon, has drawn scrutiny to Breitbart News because of Donald Trump, causing brands to pull advertising over the stie's racist and misogynistic content. (Photo Collage: MPG)

Steve Bannon, has drawn scrutiny to Breitbart News because of Donald Trump, causing brands to pull advertising over the stie’s racist and misogynistic content. (Photo Collage: MPG)

White House Chief strategist Steven Bannon, who previously ran Breitbart News, won’t be seeing his face on a Kellogg’s cereal box anytime soon. The massive food manufacturing company said today it’s pulling all of its ads from the hard-right propaganda outlet he created.