James O’Keefe from Project Veritas exposed the New York Times as being biased. They recorded a NYT editor laughing at the idea of ‘objectivity’ and bragging about the papers anti-Trump bias. Another New York Times editor Jeremy Barr attacked O’Keefe, saying that exposing the Times was a ‘mortal sin’. And that he knows this because he was an ‘alter boy’
“It was an undercover operation in which James O’Keefe, who I think is a despicable who runs a despicable operation – he essentially tries to catch people from what he sees as the left wing media saying inappropriate things. He caught a kid. A guy in his 20s – they portray him as a very powerful figure in the New York Times,” wrote Barr.
He went on to downplay the things that Nick Dudich said and claim that reporting on what he said was far worse. “But the greater sin wasn’t his, it was theirs. They sent a young woman in as part of their undercover operation who essentially made him think that he was developing a friendship,” said Barr.
“To ding the NYT, they went after a kid who just started his career in jounralism. To ding the NYT, they went after a kid, and they probably affected his career forever. That’s despicable. So yes, he committed a sin and I’ll deal with that. I was raised Catholic – that’s a venial sin. I was an altar boy. Their sin was a mortal sin,” wrote Barr.
James O’Keefe responded in one tweet. “So why is undercover video journalism a “mortal sin” when managed by @JamesOKeefeIII but not when it’s Soros funded?” wrote O’Keefe with a link to an undercover sting on the ‘alt-right’ by the New York Times.
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