Editor’s note: As part of the effort to attack Drudge and Infowars.com, the Soros-funded project Think Progress has come up with a spiffy little report designed to portray the alterantive media that drastically overshadows their globalist supported effort as in the realm of dangerous conspiracy theorists. As usual, they fail miserable, if comically.
A ThinkProgress study of the the Drudge Report reveals the popular internet aggregator has linked 184 times to InfoWars and World Net Daily, two sites that promote the internet’s worst conspiracy theories, since June 2011. By directing millions of visitors to these websites, Drudge is providing critical financial and reputational support to publications that argue 9/11 was an inside job, FEMA is building concentration camps and President Obama was not born in the United States.
Despite his support for paranoid conspiracy theorists, Drudge has received frequent praise from the media and political right. Mark Halperin, senior political analyst for Time Magazine and MSNBC, has called Drudge “the Walter Cronkite of his era,