Do these clowns at the NYT never learn from their mistakes? They’re getting curb stomped in a defamation lawsuit with Project Veritas, and the best strategy they can think of is a hit piece?
Good luck with that.
The New York Times has been in a position of unchecked power for a long time… and it shows. When things aren’t going their way, they think they can just deliver a drive-by-smearing like they do with all the other entities on the right?
The Times are preparing some kind of a hit piece on Project Veritas and gave a perfunctory request for comment. They only want an email reply. For some strange reason, they are desperately avoiding two-way communication.
James O’Keefe isn’t playing their game. Instead of waiting for the article to come out, he got ahead of the story, using their own email as the set-up for a story that the Times does NOT want the public talking about. A story in which the Newspaper was making the news, rather than covering it.
That story was the defamation lawsuit James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have brought against the Times and the inconvenient truths that said lawsuit has forced The Times to concede.
James reads the email, in its entirety — showing the actual text as he reads it out. Then he proceeds discredit the claims they are making as untrue, unfounded, and speculation. Which isn’t the first time the Times fell into that trap.
From there he brings receipts, and he covers how gutless the ‘intrepid’ Times employees and journalists are when someone else dares to speak truth to THEIR power.
I’m guessing that didn’t play out QUITE the way the NYT had intended.
Thanks for coming out, it was good for a laugh.
But you clowns have obviously bitten off more than you can chew.
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