In daily editions, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT is in the vanguard of proliferating Big Lies and mass deception on virtually all major issues mattering most.
On all things flu/covid since last year – especially about toxic jabs crucial to shun — the Times reached a new low in fake news, even by its own dismal standards.
On October 6, a fake news report on jabbing young kids falsely claimed the following — likely based on fabricated state-approved talking points:
“Nearly 900,000 children have been hospitalized with (flu/covid) since the (nonexistent) pandemic began, and about 520 have died (sic).”
“Some children have developed so-called long (flu/covid), in which symptoms can persist for months, and more than 4,000 have been diagnosed with a dangerous condition called multisystem inflammatory syndrome (sic).”
The above is typical Times fake news to misinform and disinform readers over what journalism should be — what’s absent in its daily propaganda issues.
The Times quoted Pharma-connected CDC advisory committee member Jeffrey Duchin, falsely claiming:
“(D)ata that we have so far suggests the disease itself is significantly worse than the vaccine side effects (sic).”
The above is typical Times rubbish intended to mind-manipulate maximum numbers of people to unwittingly self-inflict harm.
Numbers of casualties reported above were willfully and maliciously fabricated.
This time, the NYT was caught red-handed almost before ink dried on its fake news edition.
Reporting on its mass deception, Fox News held the broadsheet’s feet to the fire as follows, saying:
On Thursday, the Times “issued a massive correction after (it grossly inflated) the number of (flu/covid hospitalizations) among children in the US.”
The article by its fake news health reporter “was peppered with errors before major changes were made to the story.”
It artificially inflated numbers of hospitalized kids from flu/covid by nearly 10-fold — as part of its willful mass deception in virtually all reports on flu/covid.
“The paper also botched actions taken by regulators in Sweden and Denmark and even bungled the timing of a critical FDA meeting.”
According to syndicated columnist Philip Kerpen, president of American Commitment:
The Times reporter followed her “usual standards” of inaccuracy and deception featured in all her columns, making them unfit to print or read.
Times reporters win awards for fake news.
Health reporter Apoorva Mandavilli was a 2019 winner of the Victor Cohn Prize for (fake news on all things health related that’s polar opposite) Excellence in Medical Science Reporting.
According Rutgers University molecular biologist Dr. Richard H. Ebright, the above prize is “awarded to the dimmest candles on the science stenographer cake,” adding:
It “devolved to being an award for diligence in group think and virtue signaling” — unrelated to science and truth-telling.
The standard followed by virtually all Times columnists and reporters is garbage in, garbage out — GIGO on all vital issues, on flu/covid most of all with mass-extermination and full-blown tyranny in mind.