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The Right Stuff
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Bias: Extreme Right, Hate Group
Notes: The Right Stuff is a white nationalist media hub that hosts several podcasts, including The Daily Shoah. It is part of the broader alt-right movement in the United States. The website supports white nationalism and is a supporter of the belief of racialism, believing that races have different strengths and advantages, including in intelligence and strength. The Right Stuff promotes fascism so the government can enforce racial purity. This source is highly in favor of Donald Trump and his agenda. This is simply a hate group. (2/3/2017) Updated (9/29/2017)
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