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Bias: Extreme Right, Propaganda
Notes: The Daily Presser is an extreme Alt-Right news and opinion blog. Every article favors the right and denigrates the left. Daily Presser uses loaded words in headlines and in the articles themselves. Although Daily Presser attempts to source information, it usually comes from right wing sources or questionable sources such as Freedom Daily. In one particular article they make the claim that the Civil War was fought over states rights and not slavery. This has been thoroughly debunked by historians. The states right they were primarily fighting for was to continue slavery as each constitution of the Confederate States mentions this. Overall, this is an extreme right website that promotes propaganda and has questionable views regarding race relations and history. (D. Van Zandt 8/21/2017)
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