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NYT: Anti-Mueller 'drunks' with 'conspiracy theories'

Conservative Review

Just like Benghazi and the IRS scandal …

Downplay things we don’t like … In the past month, evidence has continued to pile up of rampant partisanship within the Justice Department during the 2016 election and by those same people who now find themselves on Robert Mueller’s special counsel team. We have learned about the watering down of Hillary Clinton’s misuse of a private email server and people involved in investigating the 2016 election plotting an “insurance policy” for if Trump won. Faced with those bombshell facts, the leftist media has retreated into full protection mode. I’ve highlighted how folks like Brian Stelter deride any mention of these things — and how they compromise Mueller’s investigation — as “conspiracy theories.” Now the New York Times editorial board has joined the fray.

NewsBusters highlights how the Times has resorted to calling Fox News personalities drunken conspiracy theorists. That is straight-up Alinsky. Rule 5 for Radicals: “‘Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.’ There is no defense. It’s irrati­onal. It’s infuri­ating. It also works as a key pressure point to force the enemy into conces­sions.” Don’t argue on facts, argue on feelings; argue on what you want the truth to be.

Times says Obama lied only 18 times as president … If you needed another data point on the level of duplicity at the New York Times, here it is. The Times published a look at the lies of Donald Trump vs. the lies of Barack Obama. The Times could only come up with 18 lies over the entire presidency of Barack Obama. Sorry for making you snort out your coffee when you guffawed. Yes, only 18. You need to read this infuriating piece lest you think I’m lying.

Cleaning its own house … Vanity Fair reports on the NY Times’ investigation into accusations of sexual misconduct against Glenn Thrush. The Times is expected to finish its investigation “before Christmas.” The piece highlights that Times employees think there is a difference between Thrush and what Matt Lauer and others have been accused of. It seems like the Times is trying to make every effort to keep Thrush. Time will tell.

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