Roy Moore Consultants New Project: A Conspiracy-Theorizing Pro-Trump News Site - 2018-02-28

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F375.png Roy Moore Consultants New Project: A Conspiracy-Theorizing Pro-Trump News Site February 28, 2018, Lachlan Markay, Daily Beast

Veterans of failed Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore's campaign have quietly taken on their next venture: ownership of a right-wing news site run by a former Breitbart writer who's called Alex Jones "my Walter Cronkite."

The site, Big League Politics, is a notable outpost of pro-Trump viewpoints and anti-liberal conspiracy theories on the internet. Its editorial division is run by Patrick Howley, a former writer for prominent conservative news sites such as Breitbart News, the Daily Caller, and the Washington Free Beacon.

Since its founding, Big League Politics (BLP) has been a standalone corporate entity. But earlier this year, it was acquired by Mustard Seed Media, a company run by a political consultant who previously worked for Moore's campaign.

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{{cite news | author = Lachlan Markay | title = Roy Moore Consultants New Project: A Conspiracy-Theorizing Pro-Trump News Site | url = https://www.thedailybeast.com/roy-moore-consultants-new-project-a-conspiracy-theorizing-pro-trump-news-site | work = Daily Beast | date = February 28, 2018 | accessdate = December 31, 2018 }}