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NY Times senior editor admits (1) Leftist bias to influence election and (2) Sensationalism to make money

Here are the key points taken from what New York Times' Senior Editor Desiree Shoe said – caught on hidden camera by Project Veritas.

Leftist bias to influence election

NYT ... We tried to influence the election by portraying candidate Trump in biased light (as a crazy person with crazy policies), hoping that people wouldn’t vote for him

NYT … We cannot be objective ... we're widely known to be liberal/left-leaning

Sensationalism to make money

NYT … We focused whole pages about Trump (during election) … We feel 90% of stuff was Trump … it’s too much

NYT ... We did that partly because leftists consider stuff about him as sensational … We provide readers what they WANT (so, anyone with half a brain can imagine that democrats/liberals/leftists want fake news; that's how intellectual they are)

NYT (and WaPo) … The main objective is to grab subscribers. You do that any way that you can.

NYT … Click-chasers, that’s what we are … it’s so ignoble

NYT … The last couple of years it’s changed for the bad

So ...

After the previous expose, NYT Executive Editor Dean Baquet tried an excuse, saying Project Veritas picked a junior NYT guy.

What will Pulitzer winner Dean (yes, Pulitzer winner, like Obama was a Nobel winner !!!) say about this part 3 of the expose, in which a Senior Editor revealed the truth?

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