Knowing their Leftist readers never read beyond the headlines, the New York Times attempted to smear Nikki Haley over curtains.
It seems back in 2016 when Samantha Power was our UN Ambassador, the Obama Administration approved over fifty-two grand for new curtains at the Ambassador’s NYC residence.
But of course that’s not how the New York Times portrayed it in their big scoop:
Sure, the headline is dishonest.
But the New York Times got what they wanted.
The ignorant masses from the ResistanceLOL bought it hook, line and curtain rod.
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— JD ?? (@aggie_hood) September 14, 2018
Oh, come on. These dummies in the ResistanceLOL never read beyond the headline.
The truth is, the New York Times could publish nothing but “blah-blah-bliddy-bliddy-blah-blah” for fifteen column inches, and half of their readership would never ever know.
A purchase made by Samantha Powers during the Obama administration is being blame on Haley. This is why we don’t trust the press. https://t.co/AmgX3Dt5CN
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) September 14, 2018
But this is what the press has been reduced to – flagrantly misleading while banking on the stupidity and short attention span of their insipid followers.
It doesn’t make Nikki Haley look bad.
Instead, it makes the New York Times look like lying hacks. And the Leftists who gobble up their garbage look like even bigger fools than they already did.
So kudos, New York Times.
Be sure to take a bow before the curtain falls.
Shutting the barn door after letting the horse gallop madly away. Kudos, NYT. https://t.co/XL9cFmLp76
— Dianny ?? (@DiannyRants) September 14, 2018
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