Slate.com

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Slate.com, Slate Magazine, The Slate Group, is a widely read current events publication covering politics and culture exclusively for a liberal audience. Slate was founded in 1996 and has changed ownership several times.

Their editors are arrogant, typically push the far-left pro-Democrat agenda, and rally around every social justice cause. Small-minded journalism, gossip stories, extremist viewpoints and hate for conservatives that is commonplace in most liberal publications.

Slate is literally fixated on skin pigmentation. A Google News search for 'Slate Racist' turns up 44,000 articles.[1] Slate's obsession for "diversity" came back to hurt the publication when its employees went on strike to demand even stronger "diversity" policies.[2][3]

References

  1. Google Search- Slate Racist
  2. Scarry, Eddie (December 11, 2018). Slate becomes a victim of its own 'diversity' obsession. Washington Examiner. Retrieved December 11, 2018.
  3. Bowden, John (December 11, 2018). Newly unionized Slate staff votes to strike. The Hill. Retrieved December 11, 2018.