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For the what this site is definitely not about, see Moonbat.
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When it comes time to make Whitey into lampshades, there will be no shortage of white volunteers to man the guard towers at the concentration camps. It will be whites who oversee the whole operation. Liberalism works by manipulating the weak-minded through self-hatred.
—Gee, why do people think they're racist?[1]

Moonbattery.com is a blog that alleges that it's keeping an eye on the American far-left. In reality, it's up there as one of the most despicable and horrifying sites in the wingnutsphere:

You get the idea — it's another manifestation of the wingnut persecution complex. The irony that they are much further from the political center than many of the people they call "moonbats" and "far-left" seems to elude them.

The site is owned by Dave Blount, who is so insane that his extreme right screeds occasionally pop up on FSTDT.

Interestingly, if you check out Moonbattery on a few site tracking websites, you'll see that South Africa has its second largest viewership after the United States. This is, of course, a coincidence.

The comments section is not fond of us, as you can see:

Well well. It looks like moonbats now have their own wiki site.


It looks like anyone can edit it too. This could be fun.
—James, usual conservative WASP[21]

Also, Google is "biased", because we, Media Bias/Fact Check and Media Matters appeared on the top Google results for Moonbattery.com and American Thinker.[22] So evil.

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