The New York Times continues an attempt to portray the paper as truth-seeking beacons of objective journalism:
Times journalists pursue the truth wherever it leads.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 8, 2018
New ad from the @nytimes airing during the Golden Globes:
“He said. She said.” pic.twitter.com/IXbinbyiw0
— Dan Diamond (@ddiamond) January 8, 2018
Not so surprisingly, the Times is overheating a lot of BS detectors with that one:
This is positively delusional. https://t.co/WMNzAvDzjG
— Dan Gainor (@dangainor) January 8, 2018
As someone who was blocked by a Times journalist for pointing out a lie in his visualization (data that he left out because it undermined his narrative), I can assure you this is untrue https://t.co/SYwmPd7CUB
— Deck the Halls with Math (@politicalmath) January 8, 2018
Should read: Times journalists pursue the truth wherever it leads and bury it if it does not fit their political agenda.
— Johnson Tax Service (@JohnsonTaxTN) January 8, 2018
Last line should be: “He has good sources in D.C. so we’re keeping him on the payroll.” https://t.co/0xXhRXU1x5
— Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) January 8, 2018
Without fear or favor… 😂😂😂😂😂
— (((Aaron Worthing))) (@AaronWorthing) January 8, 2018
As long as it leads to what fits the liberal narrative!! https://t.co/HkOip2ecuo
— Ben Wilhelm (@THEBenWilhelm) January 8, 2018
Say what now? pic.twitter.com/a5HBFohGnM
— RightWired (@_donaldson) January 8, 2018
When will you be giving back the Duranty Pulitzer? https://t.co/UWsBf1LEba
— Mo Mo (@molratty) January 8, 2018
Remember folks. Truth doesn't have to be factual- it only has to be "your" truth.
— Shawn Dooley 😃 (@RepDooley) January 8, 2018
So we were told at the Golden Globes.
Editor’s note: This post has been updated to include additional tweets.