Matt Rosenberg is a NY Times, Pulitzer-prize winning journo who was present to witness the events of January 6, 2021.
The way he writes about the events and the significance of January 6th in columns for the Times is very different from what he privately says about both the day itself and his colleagues, who he calls out by name.
For one thing, he calls his colleagues b*tches who need to ‘man up’.
In a hidden camera conversation with a Project Veritas whistleblower, Rosenberg had a number of things to say about the events of January 6th.
For one thing, he was dismissive about the seriousness of the event itself… describing it as kind of a party atmosphere. ‘Me and 2 other colleagues were outside, just having fun.’
‘It’s like January 6th stuff, but I’m so over it at this point. I’m so over it.’
‘The left’s overreaction, the left’s reaction to it [Jan 6], in some places is so over the top.
Meanwhile, he wrote a story with the headline ‘The Next Big Lies: Jan 6 Was No Big Deal, Or A Left-Wing Plot’
One of the big things mentioned in this clip (there is another one expected to drop tomorrow) is that, speaking of his paper, the NYTimes, he said, ‘We’re the ones, not FOX, not Breitbart, who actually went and uncovered the fact that like, there were a ton of FBI informants among the people who attacked the Capitol. That was us, not the right-wing guys.’
There are unconvicted people languishing in prison, some of whom have had various of their Constitutional rights ignored, and this Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter is (privately) telling us it was overblown and not a big deal while publishing stories that help whip up the same narrative he’s condemning?
He has personally played some role in making it difficult for these unconvicted American citizens, whose innocence must be legally presumed, to get a fair and timely trial.
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