Morris earned acclaim for her “laptop from hell” scoops as deputy politics editor at the New York Post, reporting some of the most explosive stories about Biden family corruption prior to the 2020 election. The fallout from her work exposed the machine-like collaboration among Big Tech, the corporate media, the intelligence community, and the Democratic Party to blunt the impact of her stories, thus helping to ensure a Biden win. Undaunted, the “fire-breathing populist” was already taking inspiration from Breitbart News while
working at the Post, so the move in November 2021 to join Breitbart as political editor was a natural one. Her conservative voice, developed early on at the family dinner table in her native Quebec where her parents insisted on conversation — no TV, no phones – is augmented not only by lessons from her time at the Post, but also from Hannity on the Fox News Channel where she had previously worked as an associate producer. “They taught me that for conservatives in media, there is a different standard, because we’re surrounded by people waiting for us to slip up.” In addition to serving as political editor, Morris heads up Breitbart News special projects that will “pierce the Washington bubble with grassroots reality.