The New York Times is an extension of the Biden 2020 campaign – nothing more, nothing less.
In their most recent offense against journalistic integrity, the Times was caught altering a story in which they attempted to exonerate Biden from sexual assault allegations.
Fox News reports:
The New York Times stealth-edited its article on the sexual-assault allegation against Joe Biden by his former Senate staffer Tara Reade just minutes after it was published on Sunday morning, removing all references in a key paragraph to the multiple past accusations by seven women that the former vice president had touched them inappropriately.
Twitter quickly picked up on the Times initial story, which displayed a troubling lack of interest in the allegations about Biden:
Remember the press spent a month essentially arguing that underage drinking was evidence that Kavanaugh committed sexual assault, but a long pattern of "hugs, kisses, and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable" proves Biden's innocence. pic.twitter.com/CPGr48o8nK
— (((AG))) (@AGHamilton29) April 12, 2020
Apparently, the criticism hit home, as the Times changed their story to read “No other allegation about sexual assault surfaced in the course of reporting, nor did any former Biden staff members corroborate any details of Ms. Reade’s allegation. The Times found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Mr. Biden.”
The “beyond the hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable” section was cut from the piece.
The idea that the New York Times is run by journalists is fictional. They’re an arm of the Democratic party. And they’re willing to conceal anything that hurts their preferred candidate, no matter who it hurts.
The #metoo movement now faces a crisis – can it survive it’s betrayal by the left?