New York Times’ tech writer Kevin Roose attacked Facebook for allowing stories that are 100 percent accurate to rise to the ten most-engaged URLs on the platform over the last 24 hours. The charge is odd given the Times interdependence on Facebook in the past several years to push the paper’s anti-Trump messages and reinforce their falsehoods they have passed off as “news” stories.
“Facebook is absolutely teeming with right-wing misinformation right now. These are all among the ten most-engaged URLs on the platform over the last 24 hours,” the far-left propagandist tweeted from his verified account on Monda,” Breitbart News reported.
The traditional newspaper noted multiple stories that the Times referenced in Tweets. They included the following:
“The Daily Wire: ‘Republican In Michigan Goes From Loser To Winner After ‘Technical Glitch’ Fixed. Officials Urge ‘Confidence’ In System.’
Breitbart News: ‘AG William Barr Authorizes DOJ to Look Into Voting Irregularities.’
Boningo, com: ‘Michigan Legislature Holds Rare Emergency Session to Investigate Election Irregularities.’
Breitbart News: ‘Perdue, Loeffler Call on Georgia Sec of State to Resign over Election’
All four of those stories are news stories.
All four of those stores are reporting on events that actually happened.
All four of those stories are informing readers of what is going on.
A Republican in Michigan did win an election after a glitch was found. That’s a fact. That happened.
Attorney General Barr did authorize his staff to look at voting irregularities. That’s a fact. That happened.
The Michigan legislature did hold an emergency session about election irregularities. That’s a fact. That happened.
Both of Georgia’s Republican U.S. Senate candidates — Loeffler and Perdue — did call on Georgia’s secretary of state to resign. That’s a fact. That happened.
And this shameless liar at the Times is smearing the accurate reporting of news as ‘misinformation’ because, why…?”
“He probably doesn’t like the fact that the shitty, disgraced New York Times can’t hit the top ten. And he certainly doesn’t like the fact that those of us who report the news accurately cover actual events he’d prefer to see covered up and hidden from the public.”
We cannot disagree with Breitbart’s assessment. The Times demands 100 percent allegiance from Big Tech; after all, they have united in engaging in Anti-Trump messaging. These efforts led to an apparent Biden victory–the goal of these entities. You would think that the Times would celebrate their dishonest accomplishments instead of criticizing their collaborators in criminal mischief.