Project Veritas takes on the New York Times

Project Veritas

James O’Keefe and Project Veritas released a new video today this time targeting the Paper of Record – the once prestigious New York Times.

And while the video is not as “smoking gun-like” as many of their previous releases, it is nonetheless very telling.

The subject of this undercover exposé is Nick Dudich – Audience Strategy Editor of the Times.

If you haven’t seen it yet, give it a watch:

What a bizarre little fibber.

Now what struck me the most is that this once reputable bastion of journalism is willing to hire a near-inarticulate dummy whose every other word is either “f*ck” or “like.”

Dudich can’t … like … string together a f*cking sentence without … like … sounding like a totally immature kid.

It’s as if Bill and Ted’s next adventure was getting jobs at the New York Times.

Journalism used to be one of those professions that necessitated a relatively firm grasp of the English language.

But listening to this guy talk left me with the impression that the breadth of his working vocabulary is about 350 words.

So it isn’t so much that he’s a biased liar that gets to me. Instead it’s his adolescent language.

Clearly this guy did not wow them with an articulate and thought-provoking job interview.

So why on earth did the New York Times bring him aboard?

Frankly, the fact that this verbally-stunted nitwit got hired in the first place does more damage to the credibility of the New York Times than Dudich’s overt lack of objectivity and self-promoting dishonesty.

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One thought on “Project Veritas takes on the New York Times

  • October 11, 2017 at 9:47 am
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    “Dudich can’t … like … string together a f*cking sentence without … like … sounding like a totally immature kid.”

    So I am not the only one who thought the same.

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