We have the most arrogant media on the planet.
Not only do they sit around spreading fake news, and rigging elections, they now want to play “dictators” and tell the American people that they are the ones who “declare” who wins the presidency.
Give me a break.
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That’s what the New York Times just did on Election Day 2020 in a stunning tweet that shocked and disgusted most every sane person who read it.
The New York Times – some loser media outlet that is barely staying afloat – thinks the role of “declaring” the winner of the presidency is the job of the media.
Here’s what they said:
This is fascism. pic.twitter.com/tmX2IRPl9J
— Cerno (@Cernovich) November 3, 2020
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Needless to say, people were disgusted:
“The press are now openly acknowledging that they are the ones who dictate who will govern the country.”
“Well hell…. and here I thought it was the American people who decided that all this time….”
“They’ve been practicing for this day for the past 4 years, unabated. Lies, deception, and misinformation.”
“Funny I thought it was the Electoral college”
“I must have overlooked that part of the constitution the last time I read it.”
“The mainstream media needs a total reconstruction, this can’t go on!”
“Man, I can’t believe what I see in the US these days, there isn’t even any attempt to pretend they are not totally evil people.”
The New York Times deleted the tweet after receiving massive backlash and replaced it with this “correction”:
“Correction: We’ve deleted an earlier tweet that referred imprecisely to the role of the news media in the U.S. presidential election. The news media projects winners and reports results; it does not declare the winner of the election.”
Correction: We’ve deleted an earlier tweet that referred imprecisely to the role of the news media in the U.S. presidential election. The news media projects winners and reports results; it does not declare the winner of the election.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 3, 2020
Don’t think for one second this was a “mistake.”
Someone over at the New York Times accidentally said something out loud that was supposed to be kept quiet.
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