Fake news 'reporting'.
And this. An easily dismissed lede.
Found at NYT: Trump Actually Supports ‘Arming People to Defend Themselves in Gunfights’. (Breitbart News, 12/19/2016)
Be sure to catch the accompanying photo -- Breitbart in "I'll show you mine if you show me yours" mode.
Guess Breitbart feels its core readers are too dumb to check the source material.
The New York Times, 12/17/2016 (editorial)
Time for a vocabulary lesson, Mr. Gun Nut. The timing could not be better. President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress are zealously committed to the National Rifle Association’s regressive “safety” agenda of marketing guns to more and more citizens. As a candidate, Mr. Trump talked favorably of people arming to defend themselves in gunfights.
Only someone with bruised and tender sensibilities would read astonishment into the above paragraph.
Breitbart News' Kevin Scholla: More tender sensibilities, bruised. (12/18/2016)
UPDATE. Breitbart unknowingly creates apt slogan for its news operation. (12/15/2016)
Your source for migrant hysteria. (12/11/2016)
Breitbart editor in chief Alexander Marlow can't name one. (12/6/2016)
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Breitbart resorts to dog whistle headline in wrangle with Kellogg's. (12/1/2016)
Breitbart toots Trump's horn over November jobs report. (12/1/2016)
More fake news on climate change from Breitbart. (11/30/2016)
According to Breitbart, 6 incidents of pickpocketing in 6 months is a spree.. (11/28/2016)
True the Vote: Right-wing, cry-wolf, voter suppression, fake news operation is at it again. (11/28/2016)
All you need to know about this 'news' website: Breitbart readers prefer a crank for Secretary of State. (11/26/2016)
In its anti-immigration zeal, Breitbart replays a story from June 2016. (11/21/2016)
For Donald Trump, it's always good news week at Breitbart. (11/18/2016)
Possibly the dumbest man on the Internet defends Steve Bannon. (11/15/2016)
Breitbart polls: Life is just a fantasy. (10/3/2016)
UPDATE: More wishful thinking extraordinaire from Breitbart. (6/8/2016)