BUZZFRAUD: ‘Reporter’ Ellie Hall Doctored A Quote from a Matt Gaetz Spokesman.

Buzzfeed reporter Ellie Hall has doctored quotes from Congressman Matt Gaetz’s public relations team, changing both the tone and context of the quote for her recent “story” in the process. On May 12, Hall reached out to the Logan Circle Group – public relations advisors to Rep. Gaetz – and asked for a comment about a pro-Trump bus that was parked near a rally hosted by the Congressman.  The privately-owned bus, Hall claimed, was significant because it had a picture of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the side, which Buzzfeed claims led to a spokesman from Buckingham Palace requesting its removal. Because

Buzzfeed Promoted Restaurant Owned by Alleged Capitol Riot Sicknick Assaulter.

Buzzfeed hyped a restaurant owned by George Tanios, who was recently arrested and charged with the assault of Capitol Police officer Brian D. Sicknick on January 6th. Tanios served as the General Manager of Sandwich University in Morgantown, West Virginia, which served a variety of foods including sandwiches, salads, milkshakes, and burgers. Buzzfeed hyped the restaurant in 2014, including it on the list “25 Fried Foods You Have To Try Before You Die.” Coming in at number 17, the outlet described the restaurant as a “drunk person’s paradise”: Imagine choosing your favorite things from a fried food buffet, placing them

Far-Left Rosie Gray, McKay Coppins Escorted Out of Private Event for Breaching Reporting Rules

Buzzfeed’s Rosie Gray and The Atlantic’s McKay Coppins breached reporting rules by attending War Room: Pandemic’s election night event and attempting to interview attendees and participants despite not being invited as reporters and failing to declare themselves to attendees as such. Gray, who serves as a politics and media reporter for cat meme blog Buzzfeed, recently published an article chronicling War Room: Pandemic’s election night party, which National Pulse Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam co-hosted alongside Steve Bannon. She attended the event alongside fellow establishment journalist McKay Coppins – a staff writer at The Atlantic. Coppins also penned an article about his experiences