I’d love to know how much conservativebrief.com and deenquirer.com are paying headliner conservatives to promote them?

If you follow conservatives like Ava Armstrong, Sebastian Gorka, or Dinesh D’Souza on Twitter, you’ve surely noticed the pattern of conservativebrief.com promotion:

This is huge!

She’s in trouble!

It’s over!

Court ruling a game-changer!

Then, if you make the mistake of clicking on the linked article, you get a bunch of paragraphs that regurgitate everything everyone already knows about the related subject, without any news or developments of any kind.

When it happens, it looks a bit like this:

Here are the first three paragraphs of the actual story:

“Ohio Republican Jim Jordan is demanding documents from Attorney General Merrick Garland regarding the Department of Justice’s probe into President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

In a letter to Garland, Jordan expressed concern about the “appearance of a conflict of interest” by the DOJ in not appointing a special counsel for investigations into Hunter Biden.

“To date, you have declined to appoint a special counsel in this matter, despite appointing special counsels in other investigations. Your refusal to appoint a special counsel here is conspicuous in this context,” Jordan said in the letter.”

WOW! Jordan has him on the ropes! It’s over! Biden will resign in disgrace any day now!

I appeal to our conservative leaders on Twitter who are part of this garbage: Please just stop. It’s a distraction. Worse than the normal advertising I see on Twitter. And it hurts your credibility, because until you see the pattern, you think they actually believe they’re sharing something useful with their audience.

I know you have to make money, but please… find a better way.