Newfoundlander 27 February, 2017 at 19:00 Reply Richard Spencer is absolutely right about Breitbart. Milo’s ‘An Establishment Conservative’s Guide To The Alt-Right’ helped bring me into the altright, and while condemning neo-nazism, it came close to all out endorsing white identity. Jared Taylor has said that Bannon simply didn’t know what he was talking about when he described Breitbart as ‘a platform for the altright’, but I’m not so sure. If he read Milo’s article he would have had a decent idea. Since then Breitbart has steadily gone downhill. While refusing to disavow or apologise, Breitbard has shifted its editorial line away from controversy. They are cowards. Milo himself went from writing positively about white identitarianism to denouncing identity politics. Breitbart has the influence and readership to really push right-wing ideas, and to push the Trump administration to the right, yet they would rather avoid controversy and stick to acting as Trump’s propaganda ministry. Hopefully their younger readership will move on to edgier sites like VDare, AmRen and this one, and Breitbart will either move to the right or go the way of Fox News.