NYT Tries to Shift Blame On to 'All' Of Us For RussiaGate HoaxChris Menahan
Mar. 26, 2019
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Rather than take personal responsibility for pushing the RussiaGate hoax for over two years straight without any evidence, the New York Times ran a column on Monday trying to shift the blame on to "all" of us and said "Sean Hannity-style Trumpians" should "apologize" for "peddling the sort of deep cynicism that undermines our country's institutions."
You just can't make this stuff up!
From The New York Times' David Brooks, "We've All Just Made Fools of Ourselves -- Again":
Maybe itís time to declare a national sabbath. Maybe itís time to step back from the scandalmongering and assess who we are right now.What about the company you work for which pushed this hoax for over two years straight without any evidence?
I'm just one man with a website and I said this Russia probe was a fraud on day one. Many others who were simply smart enough to see there was zero evidence said the same. Your publication worked in concert with criminal deep state leakers to push this hoax so they could sabotage Trump's presidency and throw the midterms to Democrats.
If you were wondering, at no point does Brooks even mention the Times' personal culpability in pushing this hoax. Instead, he just laments how the media is too obsessed with covering "scandals" and suggests society at large is at fault for this manufactured hoax.
Incidentally, The Washington Post tried the same bull**** last month after the Covington Catholic hoax collapsed.
All these propagandists know is doubling down.
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