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Sep 20 2018

New York Times Is Looking for False Information

Hilarious. The New York Times, the country’s most prominent purveyor of false information intended to confuse, mislead, or influence voters, wants our help:

Examples of this sort of false information include concocting a false story about John McCain having an affair with a lobbyist prior to the 2008 election, in which he ran against the New York Times’s preferred candidate, Barack Obama.

A more reason example would be the botched attempt to discredit Republicans ahead of the 2018 midterms by in effect denouncing Nikki Haley for spending over $50,000 on curtains, although the expenditure had actually been approved by the spendthrift Obama Administration.

For more examples of false information intended to mislead voters, refer to any page of any issue of the New York Times.

On a tip from Jester.

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