If you’ve been looking for a way to contribute to the accuracy and honesty of the media then you’re in luck; the New York Times recently published a tweet asking for help identifying “false information being spread deliberately to confuse, mislead, or influence voters ahead of the 2018 midterm elections”.
Of course, if you are a conservative intending to point out one of the many instances of fake news that are prevalent within the New York Times and their fellow liberal media outlets, chances are your contributions are going to fall on deaf ears. It isn’t difficult to read between the lines of the New York Times tweet – the one and only thing that they are interested in is censoring and “fact checking” information that does not help the liberal agenda of flipping Congress blue in November.
Even though their true intentions are obvious, it’s still somewhat ironic to see the New York Times calling for help identifying false information when they are a publication that is more guilty of spreading false information than most any other. If the New York Times is really interested in maintaining accuracy and honesty in the media, they should start by taking a long, hard look in the mirror.
To learn more about the New York Times’ ironic call to action, be sure to check out the video below.
~ Patriotic Freedom Fighter