I, Hypocrite

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I, Hypocrite - Right Bias - Fake NewsQUESTIONABLE SOURCE

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Bias: Extreme Right, Propaganda, Conspiracy


I, Hypocrite is a blog that is highly critical of feminism and social justice movements such as Black Lives Matter. The primary theme of this blog appears to be the promotion of white male rights. The blog is published by Lyndon Perry and according to his about page: “I am particularly critical of modern social justice movements such as feminism or Black Lives Matter, which I feel have been turning into a sort of narcissistic mental disorder over the years.”

Funded by / Ownership

I, Hypocrite is owned by Lyndon Perry and is funded through online advertising and donations via Patreon.

Analysis / Bias

In review, I, hypocrite uses loaded words frequently in headlines and articles. For example, on their about page they refer to feminism as a “Narcissistic Mental Disorder.” All articles favor the right and use terms such as “snowflake” to describe those with liberal view points. In another article they use the racist symbol Pepe the Frog for no apparent reason other than to declare their position on race and gender equality.

Overall, this is a Questionable source based on extreme right wing bias that also promotes men’s rights and uses racist symbolism. (D. Van Zandt 12/17/2017) Updated (9/29/2018)


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