The Drudge Report took a far-left turn in the run-up to the 2020 election.
Since then, it has continued to push anti-Trump hoaxes.
The website is now dying.
â€œThe media is also dead!â€ – President Donald J. Trump
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 21, 2022
The site became decidedly anti-Trump several years ago, and it isnâ€™t even known for sure whether Matt Drudge remains the owner, be it in whole or part. He himself once craved personal attention, with his own ill-fated weekly Fox show (wearing the cliched reporterâ€™s fedora, though mercifully not including a â€œpressâ€ card tucked into its band. (For the record, back in the days when nearly all male residents of American cities wore fedoras or similar dress headwear, they had the sense and civility to keep their hats off while indoors). He even wrote a book, â€œDrudge Manifesto,â€ which one fond Drudge admirer dismissed as â€œLots of little phrases, most of them not complete sentences, all strung together in an incomprehensible stream-of-consciousness style.â€
Today, Matt Drudge is apparently a confirmed recluse. Did he cash out? Did Trump treat him shabbily, so now heâ€™s getting back at him? Did he change his politics? Whatever the answer, fine. But his past aficionados would like something approximating a manly explanation as to why the Drudge Report died.
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