5 News Stories the Liberal Media Hid from You Last Week

Another week passed, and the mainstream media hid more stories from the American people.

That’s what Liz Wheeler of The Tipping Point has to say in this clip that reviews just a few of the scandals and secrets that the nation’s liberal press has kept a tight lid on.

In just one of these stories, conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas revealed further bias at the nation’s “paper of record” — The New York Times.

In O’Keefe’s Times exposé, you see an undercover reporter infiltrate the “Gray Lady” of American journalism once again. This time, he captures a recording of the Times’ London Senior Staff Editor Desiree Shoe admitting on-camera that the paper purposely attempts to make President Trump appear crazy.

Of course, not only is this a serious violation of journalism ethics (including those outlined in the Times’ own ethics handbook) — it’s also a transparent attempt to assist with Democratic efforts to have the president removed from office via the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, which spells out how Trump can be forced from his job if he’s judged to be unfit for duty. Of course, it’s difficult to say what kind of chances there are of that really happening, but that’s not going to stop the Times from giving the effort all it’s got.

And this is just one of several stories that went completely unreported in most news outlets. Watch, as The Tipping Point’s Wheeler fills us in on the rest.


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