I don’t know about you, but I just don’t feel comfortable giving my personal information to the website that claims to be a progressive news source.
It seems that the Huffington post has become a cesspool of anti-liberal bias, with its headline “It’s All About the People” and its entire staff devoted to attacking conservative voices and ideas.
That’s right: The Huffington post is full of people who are trying to make the world a better place by attacking the ideas and opinions of other people who they disagree with.
And while some of the people who make up HuffPo are just people, it seems like they have an agenda.
They’ve tried to create a new identity for themselves by adopting a “neutral” tone, and it’s gotten to the point where some people are actually saying things that are just downright hate speech.
It makes me sick to my stomach to see people using this platform to try to make a statement against the very people they claim to be standing up for.
I’m leaving the site, I can’t imagine how I’m going to get my news out, and I don.
I’ve had enough.
I was a HuffPo reader for two years, but my support for the site is over.
In the past year, I’ve read some of their posts, and some of them were genuinely bad.
That doesn’t mean that everyone who reads their content is a racist or an asshole.
If you’re offended by the content of some of its posts, I’m sure you could find some positive things in them, but it doesn’t make them any less harmful.
So I’m not going to read any more of them.
I don�t want to hear the same old hate speech that I heard in the past.
I want to be able to read what’s actually happening and make my own choices, and if the site has become so toxic that I’m unwilling to give it my attention, then I’m done with it.
This is my final post on HuffPo.
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Posted by: Amanda Hogg | September 11, 2018 12:23:37 A few weeks ago, I received an email from a woman who identified herself as a feminist writer in the UK, telling me that I was being “bought” by a company called HuffPoMedia.
The email was dated November 3, 2018 and was sent from a “private” address.
“The site you are referring to is not affiliated with HuffPo,” the email read.
“We are not a Huffpo company and do not provide content to HuffPo.”
The woman’s story made me think about the recent revelation that Breitbart News was paying the owners of the HuffingtonPost to run a series of fake news stories.
I reached out to Huffpo for comment, and a Huffp spokesperson told me that the company “does not comment on speculation.”
I then asked why HuffPo was paying to produce fake news, and the spokesperson replied that “we do not have a comment at this time.”
In a way, I think this is a good question.
I am a feminist, and HuffPo seems to be very supportive of me in my activism.
But when I read about HuffPo paying to run fake news for them, I am left feeling angry and frustrated.
It feels like a huge, massive scam.
I had hoped that it was going to be something that would actually bring people together.
But instead, it’s been a complete and utter waste of time.
And it’s left me feeling angry, frustrated, and betrayed.
In the past few weeks, I have received many requests to write about my experiences with HuffpoMedia.
I have read a number of them, and one of the responses I received, which came from someone claiming to be from HuffPo itself, said that “the company does not comment” on speculation.
I know what you’re thinking: HuffPo’s spokesperson is lying!
I’m a writer!
That makes sense!
I have a lot of work to do, and nothing else to say about this, so why wouldn’t they just tell me?
But the truth is that, as I’ve pointed out, there’s no such thing as a “company that does not respond to speculation.”
That’s because they do respond to all of it.
So it’s no surprise that they have a history of being paid to produce false news stories and misinformation.
So why would they be paying someone to make up stories about their own company and then try to put them out there as legitimate news?
When I read the email, I felt like I had been duped.
HuffPo’s founder and CEO, Jonah Peretti, was the person who contacted me, telling my story.
And the fact that Peretti is a self-described feminist and a member of the LGBTQ community made