The wordsmiths at the New York Times may have outsmarted themselves with the FBI Director James Comey story. As you dig into the information in this article you will see how words were used and in what context. The timing of statements by Mr. Comey and his friends will also bring something to your understanding of this blatant media bias. It is all in how you parse words. Read it all here.
As Written By James Barrett for the Daily Wire:
In yet another article fraught with innuendo but devoid of any hard evidence of actual wrongdoing by President Trump, The New York Times highlights the account of Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute and frequent Trump critic, who is now making the rounds by airing what Comey told him privately about his relationship with the new administration. In the piece, suggestively titled “Comey, Unsettled by Trump, Is Said to Have Wanted to Keep Him at a Distance” (more on that title later), we incidentally learn that Comey did not seem to fear that Trump was trying to unduly influence the FBI, which seems to align with his sworn testimony earlier this month.
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