Atlantic Broadband – now called Breezeline – is a cable, internet, and telecom provider that recently dropped Newsmax to censor our news and your voice!
Atlantic Broadband, now called Breezeline, dropped Newsmax. They are claiming it was a “business decision” and that Newsmax’s demands were “unreasonable.” But here’s the truth: Atlantic/Breezeline dropped us in the middle of the negotiations.
More than 5 million viewers tuned into Newsmax this past weekend to watch President Trump’s Texas rally, but customers of Atlantic Broadband were denied seeing the Trump rally and Newsmax.
Atlantic Broadband has dropped Newsmax from their customers’ TV plans. Big Tech already censors the independent voices of millions of Americans – don’t let Atlantic Broadband do the same!
With the impending fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban after 20 years of the longest continuously running war in American history, President Joe Biden has betrayed the Afghan people, according to The Atlantic’s George Packer….
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued an update on Wednesday, announcing more storms were detected for the 2021 season than the previous year…
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is demanding President Joe Biden take a “forceful” stand against two Iranian warships cruising in the Atlantic Ocean, possibly bringing weapons to Venezuela.
Some progressives have opted to adhere to strict COVID-19 restrictions without any scientific justification for doing so, ”a move that will erode trust in public health and make people less willing to take useful precautions,”…
The Atlantic, whose editor in chief recently published a hit piece on Trump, has only endorsed three candidates since its founding in 1857.
Atlantic editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg has begun walking back his fake news story about President Trump denigrating fallen service members.
Alex Marlow noted how The Atlantic’s claims imply that John Kelly, a Gold Star father, was silent as Donald Trump denigrated his fallen son.
President Donald Trump on Monday cited a Breitbart News exclusive featuring former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s closest aide to further cast doubt on a report from The Atlantic, which claimed the president called…
U.S. Ambassador to France and Monaco Jamie McCourt told Breitbart News exclusively on Monday that the Atlantic story about President Donald Trump allegedly bashing troops is untrue.
First lady Melania Trump is hitting back at an anonymously sourced story published in The Atlantic claiming President Trump called fallen American soldiers “losers” and “suckers.”
Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin reported she confirmed “key parts” of the Atlantic story, but could not confirm “the most salacious” part.