The New York Times has long been considered one of the premier newspapers in the nation. Although owned by The New York Times Company LLC, it’s really been run by the Sulzberger family since Adolph Ochs bought the Times in 1896. Currently, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., serves as the Editor of the New York Times and Chairman of The New York Times Company LLC. Need I say that he is not a conservative?
That has been very evident over the past decade as the newspaper defended Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, regardless of what federal laws they violated. The paper has also taken a typical liberal anti-Trump and anti-Republican stand on virtually everything.
Consequently, they have been found to have been making a number of errors, mistakes, screw-ups or whatever you want to call them. One has to wonder how many mistakes they will make before it destroys the credibility of the organization.
The New York Times published a report Monday which claimed they had “obtained” an unpublished government draft of a forthcoming climate assessment despite the fact that the draft has been publicly available online since January.
In light of this oversight, which TheNYT has since issued a correction on, here is a list of Times’ errors, inaccuracies, blunders, misrepresentations and general failures this year.
1) The New York Times Corrects Story Claiming 17 Intel Agencies ‘Agree’ On Russia
In a June report, The Times regurgitated the baseless claim that 17 U.S. intelligence agencies agreed Russia was responsible for meddling in the 2016 election…
One has to also wonder if the New York Times is competing with CNN for the top spot of being caught publishing fake news for the sole purpose to smearing President Donald Trump and helping to convince everyone that he did something wrong. However, the real guilt of wrong doing lies with the liberal mainstream media and Democrats.