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In a little over six months, the Biden administration has allowed hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to flow across America's southern border. Many conservatives have suggested that this is nothing more than a cynical attempt to change America's electorate by creating more Democrat voters. A writer for the New York Times just seemed to confirm that this was the endgame all along.

We're at a point and time where trust in the mainstream media is at an all-time low. It's been on the decline for well over a decade now. After four years of one fake news story after another about President Trump and a year of being gaslit about so-called "peaceful" Antifa/Black Lives Matter riots, Republican mistrust of the media has driven the percentages down even further.

Last week, the Daily Beast reported that New York Times health and science reporter Donald McNeil Jr. had landed himself in hot water with the paper over allegations he used racially offensive and sexist language during a 2019 student trip to Peru. The educational trip, which was open to high school and middle school students and their families, was sponsored by the Times.

The New York Times 2018 podcast Caliphate gained traction after it featured Shehroze Chaudhry, a Canadian who claimed to take part in Islamic State executions among other things. The 12-part podcast won a Pulitzer Prize. Now it has all fallen apart after Canadian and American intelligence officials determined Chaudhry, who used the name Abu Huzayfah, lied about everything. The Times admitted massive failure on their part from the top of the publication.

New York Magazine has performed what Rush might call a 'random act of journalism' by taking a deep dive on the transformation of the NY Times into both a paper whose growth was fueled by resistance to Trump, and fundamentally transformed internally by young "insurrectionist" staffers from outside the traditional journalism pipeline.

NY Times columnist Bret Stephens, regularly reviled by liberal NY Times readers much as was the resigned Bari Weiss, has written a masterpiece takedown of the NY Times' 1619 Project.

The 1619 Project is the Times' attempt to manipulate and recast history to mark the start of the United States as 1619, when the first chattel slave ship arrived. In the Times' rendering, everything of importance emanates from that event and from slavery.

Nikole Hannah-Jones has admitted that her '1619 Project' was more about controlling the narrative than presenting an accurate portrayal of history. She and the New York Times have also already scrubbed central aspects of the project, angering progressives. Now, a group of scholars is calling on the Pulitzer board to revoke a prize awarded to Jones last spring.
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