#9292334 at 2020-05-24 02:38:27 (UTC+1) Q Research General #11892: Trolling Activated, Dank Shift On! Edition
'Now that President Trump has been vindicated and the Fat Lady is singing, it's high time we hear from another matriarch- the Gray Lady.
The New York Times should apologize for misleading America - again.
Back in 2016, three days after Trump turned the world upside down with his election victory, the publisher and the editor of the Times wrote to subscribers. Their remarkable letter was in large part an apology for failing to understand the Trump phenomenon and for missing the signs that he could win.
"After such an erratic and unpredictable election there are inevitable questions," then publisher ArthurSulzbergerJr. and editor Dean Baquet wrote. "Did Donald Trump's sheer unconventionality lead us and other news outlets to underestimate his support among American voters?"
While they also defended themselves, saying the paper "reported on both candidates fairly," they promised to "rededicate ourselves to the fundamental mission of Times journalism. That is to report America and the world honestly, without fear or favor."
As I wrote then, "Had the paper actually been fair to both candidates, it wouldn't need to rededicate itself to honest reporting. And it wouldn't have been totally blindsided by Trump's victory."
And now, as Yogi Berra once said, "it's deja vu all over again."
Because it didn't keep the promise to report "without fear or favor," the paper is facing a new storm of criticism. This time, of course, the topic is RussiaGate. And once again, the Times is accused of accepting and spreading fake news, and of missing the truth.
We don't need a trial. Guilty as charged. The Times was way out front, along with the Washington Post, in peddling the Russia collusion hoax. And because of its prominence and the power of its news service, the vast bulk of the media followed the Times' lead. It is the bell cow, and it led the media over the cliff by getting the big story wrong.
And not just one or two or even three times, but for more than two years, the paper of record acted like a prosecutor making the case that Trump was at least compromised by Russia, and maybe even conspired with Vladimir Putin to steal the election.
#7018149 at 2019-07-13 00:04:53 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8979: Shills Using Antifa Chants Edition!
Mark Thompson, CEO of the failing NY Times, he was director general of pedovore cover up for the posh pedovore apologist BBC.
NY Times, now a Mexican owned failing
newspaper who largest shareholder is the pedovore Carlos Slim Helu, who's businesses include drug and child trafficking as well as a mobile phone monopoly.
Carlos Slim, respectfully known to narcotics traffickers as Gordo Porco Slim (Fat Pig Slim) is now doubt furious over NY Times picking Mark Thompson an slippery limey pedovore who orchestrated the Jimmy Saville cover up at BBC before joining the failing Mexican Cartel owned New York Times. .
>Thompson, the former BBC director-general who was selected as the paper's new chief months ago, has denied squelching an exposť by a BBC investigative program that claimed that children's TV host Jimmy Savile, a much-lauded star at the corporation, routinely coerced teenage girls into sex.
Questions about the slipperly Thompson's involvement in ritual sexual abuse and sacrifice of children did not disturb the cartel newspaper's publisher Arthur Sultzberger Jr
>.. ArthurSulzbergerJr., who served as the interim CEO of the company during the months-long executive search, has stuck by Thompson, insisting in a quarterly earnings call with investors that he was "satisfied" with the British executives' answers to questions about the scandal.
#1352293 at 2018-05-10 00:58:55 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1695: Brave New Hunting Edition
CEO Mark Thompson (former BBC, covered up Savile/House of Lords scandal)
Part-owner Carlos Slim w/NY Times Co