Implicitly siding with Harry Reid’s widely derided claim that Cliven Bundy and his supporters are “domestic terrorists,” Hayes linked Nevada Republican Senator Dean Heller’s labeling of Bundy ranch advocates as “patriots” to Alex Jones and Infowars, which he sophomorically described as “a paranoid online haven”.
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In a 15 minute-long ideological crusade, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes smeared Cliven Bundy supporters as ‘insurgents’ while lamenting the threat posed to the establishment by an Alex Jones-Drudge-Fox News-Rand Paul “axis” that threatens to rock the 2016 presidential race.
Similar to other White House fronts like Media Matters, Hayes then whines about the fact that Infowars stories, in particular relating to the Bundy siege, are routinely linked by powerhouse news aggregator the Drudge Report and find their way “into the mainstream GOP establishment” and Fox News, terming this effect the “Alex Jones-ification of the GOP”.
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