Lee Stranahan

Breitbart News Saturday: Fake News, Russian Hacking, Obamacare 2.0

On Breitbart News Saturday, broadcast live on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 from 10 AM to 1 PM Eastern, Breitbart lead investigative reporter Lee Stranahan will be discussing school choice and homeschooling, healthcare reform, fake news about Russian hacking, and the strange story of Pakistani brothers arrested for looking at GOP emails and more.


Lee Stranahan: My Weekend Incarceration in a Baton Rouge Prison

In the course of making my film The Bloody Road to Cleveland about the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, I have been teargassed in Seattle, assaulted in Denver, kicked out of the Board of Supervisors meeting in San Francisco, and, as Breitbart News reported this weekend, arrested in Baton Rouge. This is my story of that arrest.

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KKK: ANOTHER S.F. Politician Attacks Breitbart Reporter

Two members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors attacked Breitbart reporter Lee Stranahan on Twitter after he was illegally removed from a public meeting on ‘sanctuary city’ policy — and one accused the reporter of belonging to the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).

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Washington Post Columnist Goes after Breitbart Contributors over Missouri Reporting

Courtland Milloy took to his regular column in the Metro Section of the Washington Post this morning to attack two Breitbart contributors for their reporting on the ongoing racial meltdown at the University of Missouri. Milloy seemed incensed that Ben Shapiro and Lee Stranahan question the evidence of racism at MU and the motivation of the demonstrators.


Law Enforcement Response to Waco Shooting Raises Constitutional Questions

Serious constitutional and civil rights questions have been raised regarding the blanket fill-in-the-blank arrests of 170 bikers in the wake of the Waco Twin Peaks shooting and the subsequent excessive bail that was set. Breitbart Texas investigative reporter Lee Stranahan and KTSA radio talkshow host Trey Ware recently discussed some of these issues on Ware’s morning show.

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