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‘We Just Didn’t Know’ — NY Times Won’t Take Responsibility for Its Error on Climate ‘Scoop’

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In April of 2004, New York Times White House correspondent Elisabeth Bumiller rudely challengedPresident George W. Bush in a televised press conference: “Two and a half years later, do you feel any personal responsibility for September 11?” Bumiller is now the paper’s Washington bureau chief, and she can’t even take personal responsibility when her newspaper falls flat on its factual face.

The Times is under fire for its un-factual report that the Trump administration was suppressing a draft of a climate change report that, oops, had been posted on the Internet in January, making it comical to read the boast “A copy of it was obtained by the New York Times,” as if the Internet was a secret hideaway. The Timesremoved that sentence from its report, but maintains the language that anonymous scientists are afraid Team Trump will suppress the report.

The only thing suppressed are the identities of the anti-Trump activists. What the Times created was….Fake news.

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  • huntress

    “You just didn’t know”??? Wtf? Why not? You didn’t do your job by checking to see if it was true? Your fired. Done!