During President Trump's visit to Japan, he fed carp at a Koi pond with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. A CNN video deceptively portrays Trump as having improperly feeding the carp, while Abe did the same. This is just another video example of anti-Trump bias at CNN, as seen when we exposed how CNN's Alisyn Camerota deceptively edited Trump voters to make them sound conspiratorial about voter fraud in a panel discussion.
James O'Keefe of Project Veritas confronts New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet for comment following Baqeut's disparaging remarks regarding O'Keefe and his organization made on CSPAN and in a TimesTalk event.
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James O'Keefe of Project Veritas returns to his alma mater, Rutgers University, to give a talk on the power of undercover video in the age of Fake News. During Q&A, O'Keefe is served two legal filings.
New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet just can't stop talking about Veritas.
On a segment on CSPAN, Baquet continued his verbal assault on James O'Keefe and Project Veritas. This time, he says what Veritas does "isn't journalism."
O'Keefe explains point-by-point each of Baquet's comments.
See Baquet's first response: https://youtu.be/9NykOtRVjkE
Project Veritas has just released a video of an IT Consultant for The New York Times for over 20 years admitting The Times has a company culture of anti-Trump bias.
Todd Gordon, who works in-house at The Times, says he has not met a single person who likes Trump: "Everyone hates him [Trump]."
This is part 4 of the American Pravda NYT investigation.
This morning, James O'Keefe confronted Deputy Managing Editor Clifford Levy in the streets of Brooklyn to get comment on the status of Nicholas Dudich's employment at The Times.
Nicholas Dudich was featured in Parts I and II of the American Pravda NYT investigation. He was caught on camera admitting his bias, and describing how he uses his position at The Times to achieve his personal agendas.
O'Keefe also asked Levy if he had seen the comments that Senior Editor Desiree Shoe made on hidden camera, which corroborated some of Dudich's claims. Shoe was caught admitting that NYT journalists wrote articles to expose how "crazy" Trump is in hopes to influence voters.
Levy also was asked if he agreed with Executive Editor Dean Baquet's description of James O'Keefe as a "sinner."
Levy declined to comment directly to any of the questions.
See the whole series:
Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5854-qAqkM
NYT Reaction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APC07Qo3wrA
Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0c1Bph1jrQ
NYT Reaction 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NykOtRVjkE
Part III: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOBuGCd39Xw
More on Dudich: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssbIj-X1w88
In the wake of the American Pravda NYT series, it appears that the NYT Audience Strategy Editor Nicholas Dudich–who was featured in Parts 1 and 2–may have been fired.
It appears that Dudich's name has been removed from the New York Times' phone directory since last week. Project Veritas is still waiting on confirmation from the New York Times about his firing, but the evidence seems to suggest that he may have been removed from the Times.
Undercover video obtained by Project Veritas shows New York Times London Senior Staff Editor Desiree Shoe revealing a biased political agenda in the operation of the so-called ‘paper of record.’ Shoe explains a difficulty in reporting about President Donald Trump objectively due to political bias. In one exchange, she says that journalists covered Trump in such a sensational way during the election season so as to deter readers from voting for him. Shoe also shares her negative opinion of Vice President Mike Pence, citing his religious views.
In this video, O'Keefe responds to Baquet's hypocrisy. O'Keefe also explains why the recent NYT Social Media Policy changes just aren't enough.
Following the release of Project Veritas' newest American Pravda series, NYT Executive Editor Dean Baquet responds, calling James O'Keefe "despicable."
The Times also was forced to update their social media policies in the wake of the undercover videos.
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