Vox Media

A Left-Wing Media Company that operates the anarchist-militant Vox.com news with a liberal faux-neutrality by characterizing the Democratic Party propaganda as self-evident truths.

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The fascist version of Reader’s Digest for collectivists.


Militant fascist media organization that promotes anarchy and violence.

On June 2, 2016, antifa attacked attendees at a Donald Trump campaign rally in San Diego, California, assaulting more than a dozen people (including one police officer) while breaking car windows, setting fires and committing other acts of violence. The next day, Vox deputy editor Emmett Rensin tweeted, “Advice: If Trump comes to your town, start a riot” and “Let’s be clear: It’s never a shame to storm the barricades set up around a fascist.”


A company that was was founded and is run largely by individuals with a history of connections to the Democratic Party and backgrounds in left-wing activism.

It was originally founded by left-wing activist and Howard Dean campaign strategist Jerome Armstrong, left-wing activist and Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas, and sports blogger Tyler Blezinski. Currently, Vox Media’s president Marty Moe, chief financial officer Steve Swad, and chief communications officer Meredith Webster all served in staff positions in Democratic administrations, and chief operating officer Trei Brundett led digital strategy for the 2008 campaign of U.S. Senator Mark Warner (D-Virginia).

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