New York Times Led Anti-Trump Narratives That Were Embraced by Big Tech

The obviously biased and arguably corrupt New York Times wrote today that “Joseph R. Biden Jr. achieved victory offering a message of healing and unity. He will return to Washington facing a daunting set of crises, ending four tumultuous years under Trump.”

Mr. Biden’s victory amounted to a repudiation of Mr. Trump by millions of voters exhausted with his divisive conduct and chaotic administration and was delivered by an unlikely alliance of women, people of color, old and young voters, and a sliver of disaffected Republicans. Mr. Trump is the first incumbent to lose re-election in more than a quarter-century.”

The Times conveniently leaves out that their newspaper used every trick and gimmick to put an incompetent man into the President’s office. The paper regularly and knowingly bolstered and cushioned their sources’ credibility.  

“Two years after the New York Times published an op-ed from what they described as an anonymous, principled conservative “senior administration official,” it turned out to have been written by a low-level bureaucrat who later worked for tech giant Google and gave money to far-left Democrats.

Miles Taylor revealed he was the author of the highly hyped op-ed headlined “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.” He claimed to secretly work to thwart Trump’s policy goals as the elected President of the United States.” Federalist. 

 Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) called on Monday to probe into the sources of The New York Times story that detailed two decades worth of President Trump’s tax records and financial dealings.

Brady, the head Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee, released a statement on the Times report published Sunday, saying a “felony crime was committed” by giving Trump’s tax information to the newspaper.

“While many critics question the article’s accuracy, equally troubling is the prospect that a felony crime was committed by releasing the private tax return information of an individual – in this case, the President’s,” he said. The Hill. 

The paper published anti-Trump stories at an unprecedented margin while praising Biden, giving way to the apparent claim of distortion in their coverage. This disposition to favor Biden was not remotely close—it is estimated that nearly 95 percent of the articles, disguised as “news,” was rendered by the once credible paper. 

The Times wrongfully and inaccurately reported that President Trump bad-mouthed American military men and women, calling them “losers” – a story they had to know was untrue. 

This bogus news item allowed the Biden campaign and his surrogates (including the two Obamas) to repeatedly re-publish this fabricated claim as they shamelessly stumped for Biden across the country.

Of course, the Times was followed in these pursuits by most of the liberal media and Big Tech.  The negative impact these entities had on the presidential race is immeasurable. It can only be hoped that the United States Supreme Court will cleanse the playing field.  

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