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Founded in 1851 and the winner of more Pulitzer Prizes than any other newspaper, the New York Times is one of the largest newspaper companies in America. Of late, they have also been known for running some fake news stories against President Donald Trump for the single purpose of undermining his authority.

They have also joined the ranks of the Dark Side of journalism by abandoning the truth and pushing the ultra-left agenda of Democrats, as seen in one of their recent headlines that claimed 96 people on average are killed by guns in America every day. They make it sound like it is the greatest threat to mankind, when gun deaths don’t even rank in the top 10 causes of death in the US.

(Great American Politics) – The New York Times is one of the leading newspaper/media outlets in America and has been for many decades. Like so many other members of the mainstream media, they have turned away from responsible journalism to become a propaganda tool for America’s liberal left.

Over the past year and a half, the liberal bias of the New York Times has been more than evident, especially when it comes to President Donald Trump. Next to CNN, it’s possible that the New York Times is nation’s number two source for fake news stories designed for the sole purpose of trying to smear Trump and weaken his presidency.

Like the liberal Democrats governing the city, the New York Times is also very anti-gun and anti-Second Amendment. A recent example of this is a headline that read: On an Average Day, 96 Americans Die By Firearms. The article starts out:

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“In the two years since the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla., there have been at least 700 mass shootings — defined as involving four or more victims — across the United States.” …

If they really wanted to do something to save the lives of people, they should be addressing other causes of death such as heart disease which kills an average of 1,736.6 people in the US every day. That’s 18 times higher than the gun deaths reported by the New York Times. Or they should address auto accidents which claim about the same number of lives every day, but injures thousands more than guns do. Most teens face a greater danger from a teenage drive then they do from a school shooter.




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