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She liked that he didn’t advocate for “needless war,” as she thought Clinton did.
And during his March 2016 sit-down with the editorial board of the . We have no money for education, because we can’t build in our own country.
Fairbanks, like Cernovich, is a leader in the Deplorable movement, a once-fringe faction of the fractious right that sprang up to defend then-candidate Trump from his many detractors in the Republican Party and beyond.
Fairbanks and Cernovich both parlayed their online followings — Fairbanks has more than 95,000 Twitter followers — into real-life cache and influence.
’ And then giving the whole spiel about why they should support Bernie. Meanwhile, she tweeted that Trump was a “lunatic” and a “monster” whose fans were “so fucking scary.” In a tweet from December 2015, she included him on a list of “things I hate,” below “sour cream” and “clowns.” A few months later, she opined: “Its  so embarrassing how many people are willing to show their faces openly supporting Trump.”But her allegiance to the left started to chip away, she says, when students at Emory University protested that the words “Trump 2016” had been written in chalk on campus, claiming that just seeing the candidate’s name caused them distress.
Yiannopoulos had initially been invited to speak at CPAC but organizers rescinded his invitation after a damning video surfaced of Yiannopoulos appearing to condone pedophilia.The collective’s biggest aim, Fairbanks told In Ferguson, she says, her provocative posts caught the eye of the editor of Sputnik International, a Russian-owned news site.The site hired her in early 2015 and she moved to Washington, D. Soon after, she started to dip her brand of caustic commentary into the emerging presidential race.She reviled Hillary Clinton, tweeting that “the amount of disgust and disdain that consumes my entire body every time someone mentions Hillary Clinton is probably unhealthy.” Instead, she favored Clinton’s rival, Vermont socialist Bernie Sanders. Because he didn’t have party loyalty, he could look at things for what they were.“He is totally punk,” she wrote on Twitter in September 2015.“I’ve loved him forever,” Fairbanks says. And so, even if I didn’t agree with something he was doing, I respected the fact that he was able to do that.”She respected it so much that, as the campaign heated up, she shelled out .99 a month for a Tinder Plus subscription so she could get unwitting matches to, , swipe right on Sanders.