OH PLEASE: New York Times Launches New Ad Campaign Claiming “The Truth Is More Important Now Than Ever”

The New York Times has launched a new ad campaign which claims the truth is more important now than ever. So the truth wasn’t important for the last eight years under Obama? Are they admitting it?

Isn’t it funny how all these liberal media outlets want to be taken seriously now after basically taking eight years off during Obama’s presidency?

The Hill reports:

New York Times launches major ad campaign: ‘The Truth’

The New York Times will run its first-ever advertising during the Academy Awards this Sunday with a spot that appears to target the Trump administration titled “The Truth.”

The ad lists conflicting statements that all start with three words, “The truth is.”

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“The truth is alternative facts are lies,” reads one screen, a shot at Trump senior advisor Kellyanne Conway’s use of the term “alternative facts” during an interview last month with NBC’s Chuck Todd.

“The truth is the media is dishonest,” reads another, which appears to be a reference to President Trump’s repeated assertion that the media is dishonest…

The ad ends with words in bold: “The truth is hard/the truth is hard to know/the truth is more important than ever.” It closes on the logo of The New York Times.

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Here’s the video:

The sure have a high opinion of themselves, don’t they?

People might take them more seriously if the truth mattered before last November.


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