How Fake News From The NY Times Helped Castro Seize PowerChris Menahan
Nov. 26, 2016
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Fake news from the New York Times helped Castro seize power back in the 1950's.
From the Miami Herald:
On Dec. 2, 1956, Castro, Guevara and 80 followers reached the shore of Cuba’s Oriente province in a battered American cabin cruiser, the Granma, wretchedly seasick after a seven-day voyage. The men leaped into hip-deep mud and struggled through a mangrove swamp to reach land. Most were killed or captured in the first hours.I'm sure "Matthews" (that's a fake name) was just "duped."
After all, it's extremely difficult to recognize the same 20 people marching in front of you in a loop.
It's not like the New York Times would run with fake news, like say -- Iraq has WMDs -- to con the public and advance an agenda.
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