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From the front page to the last page the media will lie to you without batting an eye

April 20, 2017

This is from Tim Blair. You cannot trust the American media from the front page to the sports page.
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Even the sports coverage in the New York Times is loaded with fake news.

Take a look:

Patriots’ turnout for President Obama in 2015 vs. Patriots’ turnout for President Trump today: http://nyti.ms/2o4Kwj7 

Bravo, NYT! That’s sure stickin’ it to the Prez. But then come two crushing counterplays from the New England Patriots:

These photos lack context. Facts: In 2015, over 40 football staff were on the stairs. In 2017, they were seated on the South Lawn. https://twitter.com/NYTSports/status/854793140125020160 

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Comparable photos: The last time the won two Super Bowls in three years, 36 players visited the White House. Today, we had 34.

Meanwhile:

NYT: hey, sorry we forgot to mention that the anti-Israel propaganda we published on Sunday was authored by a mass-murdering terrorist

 

TO ALL THAT LET ME ADD THIS: Via Instapundit, this:

Michael Oren: …I talk about an incident that occurred in May of 2010 with the New York Times when Mahmoud Abbas published an op-ed in the New York Times in which he alleged that he insinuated that the Arabs accepted the U.N. partition resolution of 1947, and the Jews rejected it. And I called up the editor of the New York Times, and I said wait a minute, this is exactly the opposite. Don’t you check facts? We [Israel] accepted it. The Arabs rejected it, and went to war against it. That was the war of independence. And the Arabs rejected the first two-state solution. And he says well, that’s your interpretation. Now wait a minute, there are certain in-controversial historical facts, uncontestable facts. I mean, did the Allies land, or did they not land on Normandy Beach in June, 1944? And the editor’s response was [analogous to] well, some people think so.

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