New York Times Pushes Blatantly False “Hit Piece” on U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley – Forced To Retract…

There are moments when the professional narrative engineers go so far with falsehoods even their ideological co-horts have to admit they’ve gone to far.  Such is the case today with a New York Times article written to criticize U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley:

(Via New York Times) The State Department spent $52,701 last year buying customized and mechanized curtains for the picture windows in Nikki R. Haley’s official residence as ambassador to the United Nations, just as the department was undergoing deep budget cuts and had frozen hiring.

The residence, in a new building on First Avenue, has spectacular views, and Ms. Haley is the first ambassador to live in it. For decades, her predecessors lived in the Waldorf Astoria hotel. But after the hotel was purchased by a Chinese insurance company with a murky ownership structure, the State Department decided in 2016 to find a new home for its top New York diplomat because of security concerns.

The government leased the apartment, just blocks from the delegation’s offices, with an option to buy, according to Patrick Kennedy, the top management official at the State Department during the Obama administration. The full-floor penthouse, with handsome hardwood floors covering large open spaces stretching nearly 6,000 square feet, was listed at $58,000 a month. (read more)

Except there’s a problem here.  This was all done by President Obama, Secretary John Kerry and U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power.  Nikki Haley had nothing to do with it.

It was decided, well before the election in 2016, that the US Ambassador’s residence would move from the Waldorf to its new location. The new location was unfurnished/unfinished.

In June of 2016 it was decided that the State Department’s Bureau of Overseas Buildings Operations would outfit the new residence (this is standard operating procedure for Ambassadors’ residences across the globe).  Bottom line: “Ambassador. Haley had no choice in the location of the residence or what curtains were picked out that summer.”

Which led to the following New York Times correction:

(Link to re-re-re-revised article)

In order words, Fake News!

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246 Responses to New York Times Pushes Blatantly False “Hit Piece” on U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley – Forced To Retract…

  1. Davenh says:

    Why anyone believes anything written in that paper is beyond me. Time and time again it’s bias comes shining through.

    Liked by 32 people

    • Super Elite says:

      At least this time the New York Times retracted the false impression aka fake news.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Kris says:

      TCH not covering Manafort? Just heard Dershowitz say this is big win for Mueller. Really curious to know what the good people on here have to say. Has me very worried.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Sundance will get to it by 11 pm! He has to do the research!

        Liked by 7 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Don’t worry – 36 hour rule not even needed. Fast look by many analysts says this is a big win for our side, and Obama/Clinton going to get bashed.

        Liked by 6 people

      • modustollenz says:

        Manafort deal has NOTHING to do with Trump. This is just something obergruppenführer Mueller can point to as a distraction from the fact that he’s got nothing wrt collusion with Russia.

        Liked by 10 people

        • Richard Whitney says:

          I agree. My working thesis is that Manafort was a plant. DJT added him to the campaign knowing that. Then he was jettisoned, but not forgotten. This is where I am conflicted about Mueller. Assuming I am correct about Manfort, Mueller prosecuted a person planted into the Trump campaign. And investigating him allowed Mueller to acquire any evidence that proves he was a plant, and would probably corroborate other testimony/evidence gathered. Hmmm. What side is he on?

          Liked by 2 people

          • fakenoozisforfools says:

            This is where I am conflicted about Mueller.

            How can you possibly be conflicted about Herr Mueller. The guy always was, always is, and always will be a bum. No dispute; no conflict.

            Liked by 1 person

        • Roy Baty says:

          A big win for Mueller is a big loss for the American people.


      • Rhoda R says:

        I’ve read that what Manafort is pleading guilty to has nothing to do with the campaign and probably wouldn’t have been prosecuted for if he hadn’t been associated with the President.

        Liked by 3 people

      • jmclever says:

        Sundance may be dealing with a hurricane just now.

        Liked by 2 people

      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Me too, Kris. What has me concerned was Kevin Downing’s statement, “…he wants to make sure his family can live a safe and good life.” Downing was speaking about Manafort giving up several of his properties, but his wife and daughter would be able to keep the ones they are living in. But the statement just sounded like it was code or something. Esp using the word ‘safe’.


    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      And it has been going on a LONG time.

      Walter Duranty – New York Times – Soviet tool – 1932 Pulitzer Prize which provided cover for GENOCIDE – allowed to remain after the debunking of his propaganda.

      Note the logical evasion that Pulitzer uses to keep his prize intact.

      The New York Times is, has been, and will be a tool of international socialism.

      Liked by 21 people

      • ForGodandCountry says:

        My question is:

        When can we all stop referring to it as the “New York Times”, and instead call it by it’s proper moniker:

        ….the New York Slimes??

        Please and thanks.

        Liked by 8 people

      • Motzilla says:

        The New York Times has always been venerated, but has never actually earned it.

        Liked by 5 people

      • wondering999 says:

        Thank you wolfmoon for linking about Duranty.

        I was thinking about Duranty and the NY Times’ history of fake news when I read in another Treehouse thread about the Canadian negotiator Freeland. Freeland is apparently embittered towards present-day Russia because of revelations about one of her relatives’ past collaboration with Nazis during invasion of Ukraine during the WWII era.

        If Freeland had received an honest history education, Freeland would know that in Ukraine (Breadbasket of Europe and the World before the Bolsheviks took over), survivors of starvation and mismanagement by the Bolsheviks had reason to collaborate. The Ukrainian survivors would take any help they could get — certainly no help had been forthcoming from the NY Times and Duranty, or FDR or the mis-led American public.

        French Communists also collaborated with the Nazis during the brief period when there was an alliance between USSR and Nazi Germany.

        Finland was another country that “collaborated” for a time with Nazi Germany, because Finland had been invaded by the USSR (see “Winter War Finland”).

        The history of the Bolsheviks and World War II has been so garbled and mis-represented that people who consider themselves outstanding academics are almost completely ignorant of what went on, and WHY

        Liked by 5 people

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Excellent post! This is one of the reasons “Q” is facing an uphill battle trying to explain German international socialism (KPD) “versus”/and German national socialism (Nazis), all of which is terribly complicated by (1) the IntSoc-created myth that the Nazis were their “opposite”, and (2) the historical complications you mention, which are always glossed over in propaganda or big pictures.

          One of my greatest tools in this is to get people to understand that National Socialism and Fascism are basically watered-down forms of International Socialism, in which people are “reassured” to varying extents by the idea of keeping certain things from their pre-socialist days, such as national patriotism, church, capitalism, etc. Not exactly surprising that full-blown socialists will accept people walking half-way to the Soviet, so to speak.

          The real challenge is to understand that STATISM is the core demon to be fought.

          Whether the STATE controls everything by actual total control, or simply by abstaining from parts of self-granted total control, we see that what the state calls itself is not important. What it DOES is what’s important.

          Historical clarity is on our side. As long as we stay wedded to TRUTH, we are gonna win.

          Liked by 6 people

        • rashomon says:

          So much for our education system. Fortunately for our family, my children’s history teacher was of Ukrainian heritage, sporting a tattoo on her wrist, who threw out the textbooks’ propaganda to teach the subject via letters, articles and photos collected by our city’s Ukrainian and Russian Orthodox churches. That experience did give us a very different perspective of Russia vs. Communist U.S.S.R. and all the other nations involved in WWI and II. SO many were killed or later imprisoned in Nazi-organized camps because they simply did not believe in the Menshevik/Bolshevik systems or the mafias that reigned throughout Europe.

          Much of our history needs revisiting without all the propaganda attached.

          Liked by 5 people

          • wondering999 says:

            If this teacher is still alive, what a gift this could be to Hillsdale College and lower schools. Sending a wish out into the universe…

            Liked by 2 people

            • rashomon says:

              Unfortunately, she is not. Hillsdale is a remarkable college and, hopefully, can expand into education at all levels in far more places. TY, you remind me to send another donation to them.


    • BetsBets says:

      I have come to the point of discounting anything and everything that the MSM offers. I might see a headline, decide right then and there that is doesn’t seem plausible, and move on. No point in me wasting time even thinking about it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Not Ideal says:

      The NYT’s bias comes shining through only thanks to alternative media.

      If this were 1992, we’d have to sit and take it.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Shelley Keith Childs says:

      It’s curtains for The Gray Lady.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Haley still will not acknowledge that the Times is biased though…


    • dd_sc says:

      Beyond bias. Outright propaganda.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

    NYT: All the hits we print as news.

    Liked by 11 people

  3. clive hoskin says:

    The sign that woman is holding up,says it all.Journalism is dead.Killed by the”Retarded Leftys”

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Henry says:

    Did Jesus come?

    Liked by 2 people

  5. drocity says:

    Without the Haley angle, what exactly is the point of this article? “Nikki Haley forced to live in DeBlasios hell hole while working for the UN. Misses the serenity and beauty of NC.”

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Pat Frederick says:

    I sincerely hope all the residences that pass from administration to administration have been swept for bugs…the prior admin loved their spying after all…

    Liked by 9 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      Glad to get a retraction.

      Would be interested in how the NYT characterized Scott Pruitt’s $40k planned expenditure for the SCIF for his office. One outlet called it a phone booth. He also was slapped for what looked like excessive orders for “tactical pants”. Apparently these were uniform shorts and long pants for employees tasked to serve warrants and subpoenas.

      There were multiple stories about excessive expenditures for his security. However, his security seems to have failed him because someone was able to walk up to him and confront him while he was seated at a restaurant. That is when he resigned. All I read was that he was “embattled” and was under a cloud. However, it was pretty evident that there was either an accidental or intentional failure by his security detail.

      Not defending Scott Pruitt but he was in a position that was certain to draw the ire of some of the most radical of the wacko crowd. Somebody is going to be badly injured again as Steve Scalise was, maybe even killed, unless the current trajectory changes.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. TwoLaine says:

    FYI, the Waldorf was also closed for construction. No one could stay there.

    Don’t believe me? Look it up!

    Liked by 2 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      In case the Failing New York Times missed it…

      Swanky Waldorf Astoria reopening is delayed a year
      by Steve Cuozzo
      20 Aug 2018

      Liked by 4 people

      • wondering999 says:

        That’s interesting! from TwoLaine’s NYPost link:

        “The Chinese government took over the company last winter and locked up its chairman and largest shareholder, Wu Xiaohui, as part of a fraud investigation….Anbang — under pressure to raise cash — has put up for sale a luxury US hotel portfolio, including the Essex House on Central Park South, that it bought from Blackstone for $5.5 billion in 2016.

        “The sale offering doesn’t include the Waldorf Astoria.

        “Even so, the takeover of Anbang by Beijing, already locked in brutal trade-and-tariffs struggle with the President Trump administration, “means that nothing can or should be ruled out,” said one normally chatty hotel-world insider who dove for cover…”

        Liked by 1 person

        • WSB says:

          This a pattern. Fake ‘private’ Chinese company takes over American real estate or other property. Partners with unsuspecting US entity and then is investigated by the Chinese Government for eventual government takeover.

          Liked by 2 people

  8. AceODale says:

    Someone from there was also pushing Haley as the source of the anonymous insider op-ed. They’re becoming afraid of her.

    Liked by 6 people

  9. Bullseye says:

    Wonder who the landlord is / was of the apartment and the market rate is $58k a month ? Seems a tad extravagant. Don’t recall the MSM reporting on this during the kenyans admin. Should be moved to the TRUMP Hotel !!

    Liked by 4 people

    • margaretwalker says:

      How much is the Plaza?

      Liked by 1 person

      • yucki says:

        In 2016 The Plaza was mostly owned by dopey Prince Al-Waleed:

        “In 2016, Saudi businessman Al-Waleed bin Talal, who already controlled a 50 percent stake in the building’s hotel, restaurant, and retail portion through his Kingdom Holding Company, partnered with the Qatar Investment Authority to purchase the hotel, but the deal fell through. He partnered again in 2017 with Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation in another attempt to purchase control of the structure.[29] In May 2018, the Sahara Group announced it had finalized a deal with Shahal M. Khan, founder of Dubai-based White City Ventures, and Kamran Hakim of the Hakim Organization to buy a majority share of the hotel for $600 million. That deal was expected to close on June 25, 2018.”

        Liked by 2 people

  10. MM says:

    NYT doing what they do best.

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Neil M. Dunn says:

    So this was all done so that some Democrat ( Samatha Powers?) could live in luxury as Hillary’s appointment to the UN. Save your NYTimes for toilet paper. Not worth reading.

    Liked by 10 people

  12. Liked by 14 people

  13. hillbilly4 says:

    I adapt a line from Gov Huckabbe : ‘Breaking wind from New York Times…’. This was originally offered about CNN. But it works. It is an instant classic, IMO….’Breaking wind’ – says more than an entire paragraph.

    Liked by 16 people

  14. jat says:

    NYSlimes isn’t even fit to be used for turlet paper.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. Liked by 10 people

  16. Artist says:

    I’m hoping this image of Occasional Cortex will show up… the NY Slimes seems to have overlooked this interesting story:

    Liked by 2 people

  17. mtk says:

    Since all of these decisions were made in 2016, the last year of President Obama’s adminstration. Just who was going to take up residence? Wasn’t the plan, “HRC could not lose.”

    How much do you want to bet?, “It was going to be Huma?”

    Liked by 10 people

  18. fleporeblog says:

    These people are doing an incredible job of destroying themselves day in and day out! The greatest thing about them is that they cannot control themselves. Fact checking is a thing of the past. Anonymous sources are mostly fictional.

    There will come a day that Generation Z will tell the story of the Fake News rather than the boy that cried wolf 🐺.

    Here is more fake news from the article linked above! Our President never considered getting rid of Ben Carson!

    The new curtains are more expensive than the $31,000 dining room set purchased for the office of Ben Carson, the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. That purchase became so controversial that President Trump considered firing Mr. Carson, though the spending rules covering agency chiefs are different from those for ambassadors.

    Liked by 7 people

  19. Lumina says:

    Are there any pictures of the apartment & windows? From the article, “The new curtains themselves cost $29,900, while the motors and hardware needed to open and close them automatically cost $22,801, according to the contracts.” Not seeing the windows and size of end product, the cost for a custom drapery seems plausible. They did not say if these window covering were for the whole apartment. Also are blinds or shades included in the hardware expense? Sundance just posted on Twitter the wiring contract is an additional $8300 per David Martosko…
    WSB can maybe give a better idea if this is frivolous or not.

    Also the article calls them “curtains.” They are draperies. Curtains are not pleated, but gathered on a rod, like kitchen curtains.

    Liked by 1 person

    • palafox says:

      Draperies are AKA “where Comey hides.”

      Curtains are AKA “what Hillary wears.”

      Liked by 13 people

    • mtk says:

      Nice post.
      Given the residence is a full floor penthouse…

      My guess is in excess of 100′ and likely floor to ceiling. It’s a big custom job.

      Just shows to all… Most of the comments here is not about the money… it’s the fragrant MSM bias that is so obvious and transparent.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      Hi, Lumina,

      Thanks for the suggestion!

      One account from the NY Post describes the condo. If it has an elevator, and from other accounts has 6000 square feet 3000 SF per floor possibly, the price could very well have been for a total motorized traversing panel system or solar/blackout roller shades.

      Here is the plan of the 36th through 41st floors, so the apartment probably has two floors, personal apartments and offices on the one; public meeting rooms and function rooms/ballroom on the other.

      The windows are floor to ceiling, requiring a system like this, probably for at least the one floor of public spaces.

      I worked twice on the UN Ambassador’s residence in the Waldorf Towers. It was really a traditional residential apartment with a 52 foot living room, classical openings, standard punched jalousie windows and French doors, etc. Beautiful apartment, though. However, it was way too small to host functions and ceremonies, let alone the residential elevators, small corridors, small guard stations, etc.

      This is more like a functioning consulate, so there is opportunity to host events in a secure location. And yes, a motorized system for the windows on one floor is probably the real story. It is not unusual.

      Liked by 2 people

  20. Just Steve says:

    Damage already done. Mission accomplished.


  21. Ristvan says:

    NYT ‘had no choice’ but to retract and amend. The key timing information was contained in the 6th paragraph of the article itself. The headline and lede were a clearly misleading hachet job. NYT was being hammered everywhere all day today.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. billrla says:

    “…created and unfair impression..?” No, the article lied.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. rjcylon says:

    Well, it was a dumb story to begin with. What about Russia, Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, the important things the left thinks will bring Trump down? Curtains?

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Cooper45 says:

    Maybe now Nikki Haley will have a better idea how Trump feels every day and why he verbally strikes back against fake news and their dishonest or “accidentally on purpose” lies and distortions.
    He also rarely ever gets a correction for a false story about him.

    Liked by 8 people

    • nightmare on k st says:

      thats right, this CoC RINO has been given a pass since she endorsed Maro Rubio for President specifically not Trump, in her “Angry Voices” lecture like Obama does, as the GOP reply to SOTU

      and ask yourself where is the appointed position of Sarah Palin? Sheriff Clarke? Allen West? Joe Walsh?

      Michele Bachmann could of made a nice UN Ambassador don’t ya think?

      (not quite the NYT)

      Liked by 1 person

  25. Kris says:

    TCH not covering Manafort? Just heard Dershowitz say this is big win for Mueller. Really curious to know what the good people on here have to say. Has me very worried.


    • angieunderground says:

      The Daily Caller says that this is bad news for the Podesta Group, which is claimed to have conspired with Manafort. I’ll believe that when I see it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Daily Caller is usually spot on. It SHOULD be bad for the Podestas – but whether it WILL or not is up to Sessions, Huber and Rosenstein. Not fully trusting that group.


      • Doppler says:

        Failing to register under FARA is a technicality, a malum prohibitum, rarely enforced. If that’s all they have against Tony Podesta, they’re not trying. And the leverage is in the hands of Mueller and his partisan team, the same team who announced they would grant Tony use immunity to testify against Manafort in this second trial, now settled. So I’m not impressed with the DC’s article.


    • rayvandune says:

      That really depends on how much he asks Manafort to commit perjury, and how much Manafort is willing to commit perjury. Be a shame if Mueller was being wiretapped, wouldn’t it?! Raises the interesting question of whether the President has any law enforcement resources that can be trusted, or are the black hats running the US Justice system?


  26. Johnny Bravo says:

    “Hold your fire, PR!”

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Convert says:

    Again, I hope Hannity, Ingraham, Gutfield, Rush, blast this far and wide. This is again a horrible INEXCUSABLE breach of basic journalistic practice and ethics. Obviously, zero fact checking on anybody’s part at NYT.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. lurker2 says:

    The new curtains themselves cost $29,900, while the motors and hardware needed to open and close them automatically cost $22,801, according to the contracts. Installation took place from March to August of last year, during Ms. Haley’s tenure as ambassador.

    It took 6 months to install curtains? They’re probably bugged! Did Obama and Kerry arrange that they’d be installed after Trump took office?

    Poor NYT. 🙂 Forced to update the story instead of just delete it. lol

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Bulldog84 says:

    You can smell Obama’s hand in this. One can imagine that he and Michelle were going to “buy” the apartment in some sweetheart deal, reminiscent of the Rezko real estate deal. Michelle probably picked out some fugly, expensive window coverings. Then bang, Hillary lost, and their hoped-for sweetheart deal with the prepaid decor went out the window, so to speak.

    Oh yes, this reeks of Obama.

    Liked by 2 people

    • lurker2 says:

      I think this was set up for Hillary’s UN Ambassador. Nice cushy digs for whoever she was going to choose, one of her big donor pals. This is delicious. 🙂 The tony apartment was ripped away from them when Trump won. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  30. John Doe says:

    And we sit here and allow the coup to continue. Have any of you watched CNN or MSNBC lately? Silly question, I know you don’t. But you need to watch it. You need to see that they have crossed the line from strongly biased to out and out hatred and lies. There is no pretense, there is no BS about fair and balanced, they are insanely spewing filth, lies and deceit and NO ONE stops them. NO ONE.


    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Say Hi to Gyorgi…

      Liked by 5 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      John doe, people are “allowing” This? Are you trolling, trying to get everyone to decide they should take up arms?


    • covfefe999 says:

      Don’t watch any fake news TV channel if you are tracked, otherwise you justnadd to their ratings. I don’t know of any provider that allows you to watch CNN or MSNBC without being tracked.

      I am doing OTA TV now. I watch CBS, ABC, and NBC. Nobody knows I’m watching.

      You know the other channels tould broadcast OTA too, hut I guess there’s no money in it. And they want your data.


  31. JAS says:

    Someone please, please change the NYT’s diapers. the stench is reaching all the way down to the south east!


  32. AngelOnejudicial says:

    Another Flaming Fusion GPS Dumpster 🔥🔥🔥 but the narrative engineers won’t stop printing their garbage no matter how many times they get burned.


  33. woodstuff says:

    Your target might be?

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Motzilla says:

    “The New York Times – America’s Newspaper of Record”. What a sham e .


  35. MIKE says:

    New York Times reporter captured on video apologizing

    Liked by 1 person

  36. lurker2 says:

    Haley, your curtains are probably bugged. I’d have them removed.


  37. dayallaxeded says:

    So an over 2 year old misuse of public funds by the prior administration is somehow “news?!” Don’t see anything “new.” Had the fish wrap of discord not been blinded by TDS, it never would’ve run this story–obvious, since they didn’t run it 2 years ago, when it was “new/news.” Progzis shooting themselves repeatedly in the head is actually pretty amusing.


  38. Tim Glave says:

    58 thousand a month. That’s over 30 Times what I receive as a disabled veteran per month. Guess I joined the wrong branch of service. Sarc/

    Liked by 4 people

  39. Draperies? Curtains? Lies? Pull their press credentials for 60 days. Let them squirm, squeal and squawk. Gee – 60 days gets them past the midterms. So sorry! They lose. Ha-ha-ha. MAGA


  40. wolfmoon1776 says:


    • jmclever says:

      Whatever they were trying to do, if failed like CNN’s banana!

      Liked by 1 person

    • jmclever says:

      If they are trying to regain credibility, they are trying to distance themselves from the impending MOAB of truth about to blast the swamp

      Liked by 1 person

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I think you’re right. They are trapped between their collapsing narrative and the emergence of Q and other forces as a means of discrediting the Fake News. But their efforts are too late, too small, and impossible – the wiggle room only goes so far. They are building sandcastles against a mighty tide.

        It’s wonderful.

        But it’s clear that Fake Jake is marked for salvation. They will try to use him to retain credibility – to shape and spin what is to come.

        Liked by 1 person

        • jmclever says:

          They try to destroy that which they fear, and they are very afraid of POTUS Trump, his cabinet and his deplorables be they CNN meme makers or Q. Recall how they labeled Breitbart a white supremacist group during the elections when they decided that’s who had too much ability to break their propaganda spell over battered conservatives?

          The ONLY chance CNN might possibly regain any credibility would be to fire and replace ALL of their talking heads and start over. Even then, it would be a longshot bc they woukd just be new voices spewing same lies

          Liked by 1 person

          • wolfmoon1776 says:


            They have to CUT THE TOXIC TIES (whatever those are) between CNN and CIA, in my opinion. A free press is NOT a free press if it is tied to the government. THEN it is possible that CNN could recover. NOT UNTIL, IMO.


  41. Bill_M says:

    They knew going in the details on the ambassador’s residence. They wrote it purposefully to make it look like this was Ambassador Haley’s work. They didn’t expect to be called out so quickly, but the desired effect had already been obtained. It is no wonder their rag should be named the New York Slimes. A prima facie case of Fake News barely disguised.


  42. Tru says:

    NYT profited from the false reporting because it was parroted far and wide due to its click bait nature, earning the NYT ad revenue from all the clicks.

    This is why fake news like NYT is such a problem. Not only does it misinform the public, but the lying narrative engineers literally profit monetarily from every clickbaity story they can spew out.

    Liked by 1 person

  43. Comrade Mope says:

    This is just another example of The New York Times taking things literally and not figuratively. It was 2016. They ordered curtains. What they got was curtains for Hillary.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    So was it an apple or a banana? Or………

    THe Russians.


  45. TheLastDemocrat says:

    MSM can go to Male Pronoun Double Hockey Sticks.

    Someone should set a GoFundMe for curtains for her office, or other expenses “as needed,” with a goal of $52,701. MAGA Americans can contribute until we hit the goal, all to spite these Communists.


  46. fakenoozisforfools says:

    Quick! Will somebody please identify the last time the New York Times issued a story correctly? I’m over 70 and I have no evidence to refute that it it has not happened in my lifetime.


  47. GKC says:

    As James Taranto used to say on Best of the Web, other than that, the story was accurate


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