by Mike Adams, Natural News:
In its latest attempt to smear President Trump and call him a liar, the NY Times has gone to war with none other than the NY Times.
After Trump tweeted on Saturday that the Obama administration had “bugged Trump Tower,” the entire fake news media (CNN, WashPo, NYT, etc.) declared Trump offered “no evidence” to back up his assertion.
Never mind the fact that the entire Russian “conspiracy” narrative still being childishly pushed by the left-wing media is based on no evidence whatsoever. It turns out that Trump actually had plenty of evidence that his operation was being surveiled by the Obama administration… and that evidence was documented by none other than the NY Times itself! (Also worth reading is this compilation of evidence that Obama spied on the Trump campaign, via Mark Levin. Definitely an important read.)
Now, it appears the NY Times has turned on itself and decided to essentially declare itself to be “fake news” for daring to report on January 20, 2017, an article entitled, “Wiretapped Data Used in Inquiry of Trump Aides.” (See links below.)
Even more astonishingly, the very same NY Times writer who penned that story in January is now one of the writers contradicting that story in a new hit piece aimed at Trump entitled, “Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones.”
The writer’s name is Michael S. Schmidt, and we are all wondering if he is schizophrenic or perhaps suffering from multiple personalities. Or maybe the far simpler explanation is just that the NY Times twists its daily reporting to fit whatever dishonest narrative the quack journalists on the Left are pushing at the moment. That’s the problem with being a left-wing operative pretending to be a journalist: You’re driven by an “ends justify the means” hysteria that abandons all journalism ethics or attachment to reality.
This is all explained in fascinating detail by writer Jeff Dunetz at The Lid, whose story is printed below (click here for the original source).
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