Dennis Prager: Breitbart News Gives ‘Much Truer Understanding of the World’ than New York Times
30 Jul 2020
Breitbart News provides a “much truer understanding of the world” than the New York Times, noted Dennis Prager, sharing his assessment of this news media outlet in an interview with Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Wednesday’s edition of the former’s eponymous radio show.
“You do a great job,” said Prager to Marlow. “Breitbart.com is one of the most important sites in America.”
Prager added, “If you only read the New York Times or only read by Breitbart, you would have a much truer understanding of the world with the latter. . . .
“One of the most powerful voices on the Internet in the world is Breitbart,” stated Prager, “and they have an enormous readership as they deserve.” . . .
. . . Marlow described Google’s political manipulation of its search engine to hide conservative news media outlets such as Breitbart News from its users, drawing on a Tuesday-published report outlining the technology giant’s purging of Breitbart News from its search results.
“There is a statistic called [the] visibility index,” Marlow explained. “This is like the Nielsen score for search. … Our visibility index is down 99.7 percent overall. So that means two-thirds of our traffic is gone.”
Marlow held, “I think this is a hundred percent about influencing the election.” He recalled how Google executives lamented the election of President Donald Trump days after 2016’s presidential election. “It is about making it so that people who are not already Breitbart readers will not get Breitbart’s take on the news.”
“That’s what it’s all about,” added Marlow. “This is for all the marbles. They’re rigging the election, right now. … It’s so clearly political.”