Salon Media Group

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Image Thumbnail symbol.png, Salon Media Group, is another copycat liberal website calling itself a "news" organization. Salon covers a variety of topics but their main focus is U.S. politics. They are headquartered in San Francisco and were established in 1995.

Salon editors are extremist leftists and SJW activists who tackle most topics with the most outrageous viewpoints imaginable.[1] A constant theme, as with most leftists, is the drumbeat of social justice, calling Republicans "bigots" and "homophobic", circle the wagons for corrupt Democrats, pushing socialism and Marxism.

Like the other well-known extremist publications such as, Salon produces story after story on racism. A quick Google News search turns up 246,000 results mentioning skin pigmentation.[2]

An advocate of Hollywood values over traditional values (unsurprisingly), Salon is pro-pornography and claims that removing videos of rape, sexual assault, child abuse, and other highly inappropriate and illegal content is to destroy "livelihoods",[3] which is to ridiculously assume that most people are somehow incapable of controlling their sinful impulses.

Salon has habitually referred to minorities in unflattering terms. For example, it has referred to Cuban American Sen. Ted Cruz as a "deranged demagogue" and "unctuous a**hole".[4]


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