As we told you earlier, the New York Times is out with a new anti-Trump ad titled, “The truth is more important than ever.” But in their Twitter version of the ad, they’ve included a bunch of President Trump’s statements that when taken out of context, it makes it look like the NYT is saying that these statements are indeed true.
First up, here’s the ad…
The New York Times has a new marketing campaign: "The truth is more important now than ever." pic.twitter.com/FLPPIozpXn
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 23, 2017
…and here are the top 8 out-of-context “truths” from the 30-second spot. Enjoy and please stick around for No. 1 as it’s the funniest (and definitely true):
No. 8: “The truths is we have a right to bear arms.”
No. 7: “The truth is there are a lot people needing jobs.”
No. 6: “The truth is pro-life women weren’t invited to march.”
No. 5: “The truth is climate change is a hoax.”
No. 4: “The truth is leaking information is the real scandal.”
No. 3: “The truth is we have to protect our borders.”
No. 2: “The truth is a woman should dress like a woman.:
And at No. 1: “The truth is the media is dishonest.”
Hey, the New York Times said it so it must be true!
PATHETIC: After 8 years, the NYT decides 'truth' is important enough for an ad during the Oscars https://t.co/CTatRu7S9K
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 26, 2017