Breitbart News is covering up its recent promotion of an openly white nationalist and anti-Semitic congressional candidate, Paul Nehlen. Meanwhile, Joel Pollak, the site's senior editor-a-large and frequent spokesman, is falsely claiming...Show More Summary
Breitbart News is covering up its recent promotion of an openly white nationalist and anti-Semitic congressional candidate, Paul Nehlen. Meanwhile, Joel Pollak, the site’s senior editor-a-large and frequent spokesman, is falsely claiming...Show More Summary
InfoWars and Breitbart turn on Trump in the same day. From Breitbart senior editor Joel Pollak: Even without knowing more about [Jayda] Fransen or Britain First, the president was wrong to retweet what she had posted. There is no way...Show More Summary
Breitbart's Joel Pollak appears to imply that a slam against the Senate nominee is a slam against the 1973 version of "You're Sixteen."
"You know, in 1973, Ringo Starr hit No. 1 on the billboard charts with the song ‘You’re Sixteen, You’re Beautiful and You’re Mine,'" Breitbart's Joel Pollak said on CNN.
In discussing allegations on CNN that Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore assaulted a minor teenage girl Breitbart News senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak pointed out that Ringo Starr was "thirtysomething" when he covered “You’re Sixteen, You’re Beautiful, and You’re Mine.” From Washington Examiner: “You know, in 1973, Ringo Starr hit No. Show More Summary
During a CNN appearance Monday morning, Breitbart senior editor Joel Pollak attempted to justify Roy Moore against allegations that he molested children and sexually assaulted teenagers by citing a lyric from a song popularized by Ringo Starr more than 40 years ago. “You know, in 1973 Ringo Starr hit number one on the Billboard charts with the […]
During a CNN interview Monday, Breitbart editor Joel Pollak not only questioned the the accusations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, he excused them by using song lyrics from an old Ringo Starr tune. Co-host Chris Cuomo wasn’t having it. “You know, in 1973, Ringo Starr hit...
Breitbart’s Joel Pollak met with CNN’s Chris Cuomo on the airwaves last night to talk about abuse allegations. While I’m sure CNN viewers and Cuomo himself would’ve rather focused on
From Breitbart editor Joel Pollak: Democrats, exuberant from their first important win in the past year, are selling their hot takes all over social media. Their favorite theme seems to be that voters rejected “hate.” The only real hate on display was in the Latino Victory Fund ad that portrayed Gillespie supporters as racists. Show More Summary
Donald Trump's presidency following the dismissal of Steve Bannon, an editor at far-right outlet Breitbart has said. Joel Pollak, a senior editor at large at Breitbart News predicts Mr Trump's presidency will lose direction and the backing of his supporters after the firing of the far-right figurehead in the White House. Show More Summary
An editor at Breitbart says that his publication is going to “war” with the White House now that former chief strategist Steve Bannon is out of the picture. Joel Pollak, an editor for Breitbart in California, made the statement with a simple tweet, after it was announced that Mr Bannon had tendered his resignation to Donald Trump. Show More Summary
As soon as President Donald Trump fired Steve Bannon – or rather, submitted his resignation – Joel B. Pollak, the Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News, declared “war” with Trump. As seen in the below tweet from the Twitter page of Pollak, Joel simply tweeted the hashtag #WAR in all caps. Show More Summary
There’s a raging uproar over at Breitbart, as you’d expect, with many claiming they are giving up on Trump. They won’t, but it’s fun to watch. From their editor Joel Pollak: President Donald Trump’s decision to part ways with Steve Bannon can be understood as an effort to save his presidency after Charlottesville. Show More Summary
The love affair between Breitbart, whose former head Steve Bannon was just fired by Donald Trump, just turned to hate, as confirmed by Joel Pollak, a Breitbart Editor, who moments ago tweeted one word: #WAR — Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) August 18, 2017 As Axios' Jonathan Swan explains, "Joel is a Breitbart editor. Show More Summary
From Breitbart editor Joel Pollak: The Post does not provide the full transcript of the question, from Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), and Sessions’s answer. Instead it summarizes the exchange in a way that makes it seem that Sessions was asked...Show More Summary
On Friday's The View on ABC, as Breitbart News senior editor at large Joel Pollak appeared as a guest, co-host Sunny Hostin tried to claim that White House advisor and former Breitbart CEO Steve Bannon is someone who has made a "laundry list" of "bigoted statements," but, when pressed, failed to name a single example. Show More Summary
How nice of ABC TV to introduce us to the latest racist who has taken over Steve Bannon's position at Breitbart.com. I suppose someone's got to introduce another face of evil from this hideous era of trumpism. There's no question that the new Breitbart editor, Joel Pollak, is rotten to his core. Show More Summary
On Friday, The View hosts hammered Joel Pollak, editor-at-large for the far-right website Breitbart News, with co-host Joy Behar at one point pressing him to admit that Donald Trump consistently and unapologetically lies. Throughout the wide-ranging interview, Pollak threw out the moniker “fake...
The firing of Gen. Michael Flynn has popularized the concept of the “Deep State” across the political spectrum. Breitbart’s Joel Pollak attacks the disloyal “Deep State #Resistance” to President Trump, while conservative pundit Bill Kristol defends it. “Obviously [I]...