new-york-times-questions-bernie-sanders-health-secrecy:-‘why-the-mystery?’

The New York Times questioned why 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was withholding key details about a recent health scare. The 78-year-old Vermont senator temporarily suspended his campaign on Wednesday after undergoing a medical procedure to open up a blocked artery. “During a campaign event yesterday evening, Sen. Sanders experienced some chest discomfort,” his campaign said…

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nyt-journalist-shames-hugh-hewitt-for-attacking-‘candidate’s-child,’-49-year-old-hunter-biden

The New York Times‘s Michael Barbaro criticized conservative talk show host Hugh Hewitt, saying he attacked “a candidate’s child,” 49-year-old Hunter Biden. “As this fellow circulates personal attacks on a candidates child, remember he’s paid by NBC and MSNBC,” tweeted Barbaro, host of The Daily podcast, about Hewitt’s interview with Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.), which…

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the-entire-news-media-is-biased.-they-should-just-embrace-it

If you were under the impression that the mainstream media is unbiased and committed to reporting “just the facts,” then the media spectacle in recent days should disabuse you of that outdated notion. In fact, it should disabuse all of us of the idea that the news is objective and unbiased, and hasten the day…

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new-york-times-recycles-analysis-on-iran

The New York Times recycled analysis of the Trump administration’s claims of Iranian bellicosity, publishing two pieces just months apart raising questions about whether President Donald Trump’s accusations against the Khamenei regime could be trusted given his tendency to stretch the truth. In a “New Analysis” piece back in June, Times White House correspondent Peter…

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witnesses-defended-kavanaugh.-nyt-authors-falsely-claimed-they-were-silent

Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly wrote the much-discussed and later-corrected essay in The New York Times making a new sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The two reporters failed to mention that the alleged victim of the physically improbable tale had never made such a claim, and denied any memory of it…

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new-york-times-reporters-complain-their-reporting-on-kavanaugh-has-been-‘seized’-for-politics

New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly appeared on “The View” Tuesday, the release date of their book about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, where they attempted to explain their reporting errors and why they are facing so much backlash. When asked why they left out the crucial detail that an alleged victim…

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times-reporter:-alleged-kavanaugh-victim-doesn’t-remember-incident-because-‘she-was-drunk’

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin, the co-author of a new book about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, said the alleged victim of a claim of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh doesn’t remember the incident because “she was drunk.” Pogrebin described the incident as “a drunken party and it’s conceivable that people don’t always remember what…

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morning-joe-rips-new-york-times,-democratic-candidates-over-kavanaugh-story

Morning Joe hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough ripped the New York Times‘s decision to run a story about new allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh without including vital context about the story. The Times published an essay adapted from a forthcoming book about the Kavanaugh confirmation battle in which two Times reporters claimed…

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alleged-victim-in-new-york-times-kavanaugh-story-denies-any-recollection-of-incident

New York Times reporters Robin Pogebrin and Kate Kelly are out with a new book that attempts to buttress the unsubstantiated claims deployed last year against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation” is neither a look at the education of Brett Kavanaugh nor an investigation. They admit they found…

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the-left-can’t-stop-lying-about-the-tea-party

“In the late summer of 2009, as the recession-ravaged economy bled half a million jobs a month, the country seemed to lose its mind,” The New York Times says, kicking off its tenth anniversary retrospective of the Tea Party movement. As you can imagine, the rest of the article continues in this vein, portraying conservatives…

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