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LMAO: The NYT Wants Trump To Stop Calling Them Fake News

Do they not realize it’s in their power to stop getting called out for fake news?

The New York Times — who even HuffPo has called out for its cartoon depicting our President having a gay fantasy about Putin — is concerned that we’re not taking them seriously enough.

What’s that matter? Is calling them fake news is hurting their wittle feewings?

Trump met with the CEO of the NY Times, who is upset about Trump calling them out as ‘fake news’.

He couched his concerns in grand ideas like ‘freedom of the press’ and even claimed that Trump calling them ‘The enemy of the people’  could not just endanger press freedom.

Press Freedom? These are the same people who are trying to suppress the so-called ‘alternate media’ and ‘citizen journalists’ on Facebook and Twitter. And dismiss anyone not on their little team as ‘alt-right’.

The Times is also said to blacklist titles (and authors) it doesn’t like from their NYT bestsellers list.

Press freedom was intended so that the public could have the FULL scope of information — good, bad, and ugly, done by all those who would represent them in government, not just a whitewashed Obama/Clinton narrative, and all the mud they can possibly sling at the Republicans at every turn.

If you’re going to be vicious, that’s fine. But be equally vicious to both sides.

And if the New York Times cares so much about Press Freedom, we should expect them to put this Obama-era Government abuse of a reporter’s rights on their front page, shouldn’t we?

…and the Amazon Washington Post do nothing but write bad stories even on very positive achievements – and they will never change!


For all the objection we hear to Trump speaking this way. He makes a very real point:

Freedom of the press carries an obligation to report the news accurately.

And those who pretend at being non-partisan need to report it without leaving out the bits that make a political rival (i.e. Trump) look good.

There have been far too many stories where they have to ‘walk back’ or correct their news stories.

Here’s just one glaring example of Bias that went to print, and later needed a correction. Notice both the blindly friendly attitude to news about Hamas, and the equally blind dismissal of sources they consider ‘far right’ or ‘conspiracy’ or … yes, even ‘fake news’.

To characterize the Palestine payoff scheme as false is itself false. The Times has since issued a correction, which reads, “An earlier version of this article erroneously included a reference to Palestinian actions as an example of the sort of far-right conspiracy stories that have plagued Facebook. In fact, Palestinian officials have acknowledged providing payments to the families of Palestinians killed while carrying out attacks on Israelis or convicted of terrorist acts and imprisoned in Israel; that is not a conspiracy theory.”

The annoying thing here it that the payoffs are a well-known fact and have been for some time. They are the subject of a bill in Congress that has been extensively debated. It’s not as if this is some obscure, niche detail. Congress even cut aid to Palestine earlier this year over this exact issue. A simple Google search would’ve cleared this up for the Times reporter and her editors.

That this fake claim of fake news went to print without anyone catching it says a lot about the paper’s baked-in biases.

Source: Washington Examiner

Maybe the solution to being called ‘fake news’ is to start telling BOTH sides of the story, and not just the narrative of the so-called ‘costal elites’.

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