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Type of site
News and opinion
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Bipartisan Report is a left-wing American news website. It was founded in Seattle, Washington by Justin Brotman (son of Jeffrey Brotman) as a clickbait website intended to be a "Breitbart-like channel for the left". The name of the site is a reference to Fox News's "Fair and Balanced" slogan. In 2016, the website described itself as "the Internet's largest newspaper". According to Justin Brotman, the website had 15 freelance writers in 2016, who published their work under pen names for safety and privacy reasons. A large proportion of the site's traffic originates from its Facebook page, which accumulated 825,000 likes as of August 2016[update].
- Westneat, Danny (2016-11-18). "Seattle's own 'click-bait' news site serves up red meat for liberals". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 2016-12-07.
- Tynan, Dan (2016-08-24). "How Facebook powers money machines for obscure political 'news' sites". The Guardian. Retrieved 2016-12-07.
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