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The Young Turds make claim Infowars has no viewers and Alex tried to steal their viewership. Lol , oh yeah also made claim That Roger Stone is a professional Liar and hatchet man as Well as Alex .Drama on live leak shows young turds freaking out when Alex crashes the snake pit.

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Well it's pretty sensitive stuff. I subscribed to both channels around the same time. I've been watching Infowars more often because it's more interesting and more informative, while I like Cenk and what he presents to viewers. I'm still undecided on some issues and I don't think everything is to blame on the democratic party. In my memory it seemed more like Bill Clinton was "setup" by the republican outsiders and smeared in order to be impeached. However the scandals about Miss. Clinton have given me new perspectives on issues. Donald Trump was a former democrat wasn't he? Everyone chooses their party depending on current issues while many are hard-line set on their parties it all depends on what the leader represents. I never really changed my mind about Bill Clinton, because the endless attacks on him seem more of an agenda than actually to discuss policy differences.

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wow ... I hadn't seen that ...

here's a thread on them:
The Young Turks - Who are they - What are They 
« on: August 08, 2016, 12:34:35 PM »

AJ made a comment about them saying they work for Youtube  - TYT Network
TYT (The Young Turks) Network
Media Production
11-50 employees

The TYT Network includes the Townsquare channel, which is funded by YouTube as part of the original programming initiative.

Other channels and shows on the network include What the Flick?!, Pop Trigger, TYT Sports, Nerd Alert, TYT University, Common Room, TYT Interviews, The Jimmy Dore Show (political comedy), SciQ, The Majority Report, TheLipTV, TYT Comedy, Dennis Trainor, Richard Fowler Show and Tea Party Report

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The Young Turks (TYT) is an American political commentary web series hosted by journalist Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. Its stance is liberal/progressive/left-wing. It began as a radio program in 2002 on Sirius Satellite Radio and later on Air America, before airing in 2005 on YouTube and later on Roku and Hulu.

It has spawned two spin-off television series, Current TV's The Young Turks with Cenk Uygur (2011–2013) and Fusion's upcoming series (2016). It has also spawned a multi-channel network of associated web series known as the TYT Network. A documentary was produced about The Young Turks entitled Mad As Hell in 2014.

As of August 2013, TYT had approximately 4,000 paying subscribers online.[17] That number had reportedly increased to more than 10,000 by the spring of 2016.[18] The website’s yearly revenue was roughly US$3 million in 2013. According to Cenk Uygur, "about a third of the revenue comes from subscriptions, and the rest comes from YouTube ads." The company has 30 employees.[17] In 2014 the company received a US$4 million investment from Roemer, Robinson, Melville & Co., LLC, a private equity firm led by former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer

Political party Republican (1991–2012, 2013–present)
Alma mater Harvard University
Religion United Methodism

The Sterling Group specialized in international trade of plastic raw materials between the United States S and Mexico. Roemer served as the chairman of the board and Traigle served as president
Buddy Roemer firm invests $4 million in Young Turks Network
 By Hadas Gold  | 04/16/14 09:09 AM EDT

A firm led by former Republican governor and congressman Buddy Roemer is investing millions into The Young Turks Network to significantly increase its content, sales, and platform presence.

The investment of $4 million, with an option to go up to $8 million, came out of a conversation Roemer and The Young Turks Network founder Cenk Uygur had backstage before speaking at a conference about money in politics last year. The relationship between the conservative Louisiana politician and the founder of the progressive media outlet stemmed from both making the removal of money’s influence on politics their signature issues.

“One thing led to another, and it turns out we’re terrific partners for one another and that’s how it came about,” Uygur, who also has a PAC devoted to campaign finance reform, said in an interview.

In a statement, Roemer said his firm, Roemer, Robinson, Melville & Co., LLC, has been looking for two years to find the best new media platform in which to invest

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