If only Mark Twain had popularized a phrase to capture the deepest levels of hypocrisy, as he did for “lies, damned lies, and statistics.” The quaint and archaic line about the pot calling the kettle black doesn’t sufficiently convey the chutzpah of the New York Times, which recently defamed the Washington Examiner as being part of a “propaganda feedback loop” because it has published stories about the possibility of election fraud.If only Mark Twain had popularized a phrase to capture the deepest levels of hypocrisy, as he did for “lies, damned lies, and statistics.” The quaint and archaic line about the pot calling the kettle black doesn’t sufficiently convey the chutzpah of the New York Times, which recently defamed the Washington Examiner as being part of a “propaganda feedback loop” because it has published stories about the possibility of election fraud. …Read More

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