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Sunday, May 15, 2016

New York Times clickbaits Trump

After six weeks and interviews with more than 50 people, the New York Times has learned:

Donald Trump dated lots of girls in high school!
"He wasn’t bringing the same girl. He had a variety of girls coming up. Donald was bringing in very pretty women, very sophisticated women and very well-dressed women. You could always tell they were of a higher class."
Donald Trump thinks a model in a bikini is nice to look at!
“I went into the bathroom and tried one on,” she recalled. It was a bikini. “I came out, and he said, ‘Wow.’ ”
Donald Trump thinks his daughter has a nice body!

And on and on. The girly men at the New York Times portrayed Trump as the Alpha Male (the very words in a subhed) as if that were a negative. The rest of the country likes Alpha Males and wishes it had one in the White House.

Mike Cernovich wrote a quick take on the New York Times effort: "How to Make a Hit Piece Fail."

The Times found not one act of impropriety around women but the newspaper ran a 4,000-word article just so it could get a headline so Hillary can use it in an ad:
Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved With Women in Private
Go ahead and use it, Hillary. Just go ahead. Be my guest.


  1. Mediacide! What a great label! What the NYT has done, though, is attempted mediacide with an immobile rifle against a moving target. Blind in one eye and can't see out the other.

  2. The best part is the Gray Lady was given names of women Trump helped - and ignored it.

    This is why people go to the Interwebz. You can't trust the Newspaper of Record.

    (actually you can since the Newspaper of Record is the National Enquirer)

  3. The official "Newspaper Of Record", like Hillary, destroys or does not print the truth.

  4. The New York Slimes (Motto: All the news that is fit to distort) thought it was just fine when BJ was abusing women. Just another example of the hypocrisy of the left.

  5. I guess the NYT has never heard the maxim, "Never pick a fight with someone who can generate free ink by the barrel."

  6. Now for the WaPO and Woodward's minions to
    come up with-nothing.
    Trump operates under the principal of:
    "there is no such thing as bad publicity."
    TG McCoy

  7. The hit piece says far more about the - as you say - girly men at the NYT than it does about Donald Trump. Their biggest mistake is thinking that most people think like them and are afraid of their own shadows.

    1. Yep. They worked on the school newspaper reporting on Trump winning Prom King