New York Times Internet ‘Gatekeeper’ Admits Anti-Trump Agenda

Over the last few weeks, Project Veritas pulled back the curtain on the startling behavior going on inside The New York Times’s newsroom:
  • First, Project Veritas caught the Times’s online “gatekeeper” Nick Dudich bragging about the newspaper’s activist, anti-Trump agenda.
  • Then, the team of investigators caught the Times’ Senior Staff Editor Desiree Shoe admitting a company culture of blatant bias — even as the newspaper portrays itself as “objective” journalism.

Now, Project Veritas has talked to Todd Gordon — who has worked with The New York Times for 20 years.

Todd, more than anyone, is exposed every single day to what goes on behind the scenes at The New York Times. And he tells Project Veritas exactly how “hearsay” and bias, rather than facts, rule the newsroom.  See what Todd Gordon has to say about The New York Times’s fake news, in Part 4 of Project Veritas’s investigation.:

An undercover video has just been released by Project Veritas of an IT Consultant for The New York Times, Todd Gordon, who was exposed in an undercover video confessing that the Times’ anti-Trump bias is a company culture.

This is part four of their American Pravda NYT investigation.

Gordon, who has worked for The New York Times for twenty years, explains that the anti-Trump sentiment is a cultural belief shared by all employees:

PV Journalist: “Have you ever had anybody in New York Times’ office come up to you and say, I actually enjoy Trump?”
Todd Gordon: “No, no, no.”
PV Journalist: “Really?”
Todd Gordon: “Not one person.”
PV Journalist: “Not one person?”

Todd Gordon: “Not one, not one. Everyone hates him. They hate him like the plague dude.”

Gordon says that without a voice of dissent, it is impossible for the Times to be impartial towards Trump, “They unfairly, yes. I agree 100 percent. They unfairly report on him.” He continues:

PV Journalist: “How can they report…”

Todd Gordon: “They can’t.”
The New York Times is hard at work helping the Deep State frame President Trump for colluding with Russian President Vladimir Putin to beat Hillary Clinton.

PV Journalist: “Without being biased, right?”

Todd Gordon: “You’re right, 100%. 100%.”

He continues to explain how the lack of sourcing for the Russia story affects their coverage.

Todd Gordon: “Right, it’s all been heresay. Maybe he did this, maybe he did that. You’re right, 100%. They haven’t been able to prove it.”

PV Journalist: “But 100%, that’s how I feel like Times…”
Todd Gordon: “You’re right.”PV Journalist: “…has covered this, right?”
Todd Gordon: “Yeah, 100% you’re right. It’s all heresay.”
PV Journalist: “You’re in the office all the time, so you get to see it firsthand.”

Todd Gordon: “[sic]Yeah, heresay, it’s all [sic] heresay. And they’re like grab that [sic] heresay and let’s put it out there.”

The hatred for Trump is so visceral at The Times, there is no way that it wouldn’t spill in to their news coverage.

Todd Gordon: “I’m like, beautiful day, today. And they’re like, as good as it could be, fuck Trump. Everywhere I go, everywhere I go they’re like as good as it could be, but we’re fucked.”

“Stay tuned, because our American Pravda investigation is far from finished. The New York Times isn’t the only vaunted media institution that came under our investigative magnifying glass,” says Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe. “In fact, we have people all throughout the country inside many different media establishments, and we’re going to expose them. One by one, brick by brick, employee by employee,” warned the man who brought down Barack Obama’s ACORN.


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