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A new undercover video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas in a series targeting establishment-media bias features a longtime New York Times employee confessing his coworkers hate Trump “like the plague, dude.”

It’s the fourth video on the Times in Project Veritas’ American Pravda series. The third showed London-based editor Desiree Shoe blasting Trump as an “oblivious idiot” and attacking Vice President Pence as “horrible” because of his religion. Shoe confessed that her colleagues hoped their reporting would influence people not to vote for Trump.

Earlier videos revealed a video editor for the paper admitting he had friends at YouTube who helped position his videos. And the first featured staff member Nick Dudich explaining his job is to slant the news.

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The newest video features Todd Gordon, an IT consultant for the Times for 20 years.

He explains the anti-Trump sentiment is a cultural belief shared by all workers at the paper.

Asked whether anyone at the Times liked Trump, he said, “No, no, no. … Not one person. … Everyone hates him. They hate him like the plague, dude.”

And he said it’s impossible for the Times to be impartial.

Asked whether the newspaper reports on Trump unfairly, he said, “Unfairly, yes. I agree 100 percent. They unfairly report on him.”

He points out that a “lack of sourcing” affects the newspaper’s coverage of Washington.

“Right; it’s all been heresay. Maybe he did this, maybe he did that. You’re right, 100 percent. They haven’t been able to prove it,” he said.

“And they’re like, grab that heresay, and let’s put it out there.”

The video: (Be forewarned about abusive language)

Gordon says the hate-Trump attitude is pervasive.

“I’m like, beautiful day, today. And they’re like, as good as it could be, f— Trump. Everywhere I go, everywhere I go they’re like as good as it could be, but we’re f—–.”

In the video, O’Keefe said: “Stay tuned, because our American Pravda investigation is far from finished. The New York Times isn’t the only vaunted media institution that came under our investigative magnifying glass.”

Shoe, a senior home-page editor based in London, said Times reporters hoped their work would lead to Trump’s defeat in the 2016 election.

“I think one of the things that maybe journalists were thinking about is like … ‘Oh, if we write about him, about how insanely crazy he is and how ludicrous his policies are, then maybe people will read it and be like, ‘Oh wow, we shouldn’t vote for him,”” she explains.

And she confesses to a “clearly defined liberal-leaning bias” at her newspaper.

“I feel like Trump is … is just a … is sort of an idiot in a lot of ways. Just an oblivious idiot,” she says.

However, she said: “If you impeach him, then Pence becomes president, Mike Pence, who’s f—-ng horrible … I think maybe, possibly worse than Trump. He’s extremely, extremely religious. [Pence] at one point backed a bill that hinted at conversion therapy for gay people … which is like electrocution, stuff like that,” she says.

The video:

The revelations in the video last week prompted Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet to lash out against O’Keefe, calling him “despicable.”

“It was an undercover operation in which James O’Keefe, who I think is a despicable person who runs a despicable operation. He essentially tries to catch people from what he sees as the left-wing media saying inappropriate things,” he said.

Baquet said: “Yeah, I have a lot of thoughts about this. For those of you who saw it, it was an undercover operation in which James O’Keefe, who I think is a despicable person 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, who I, to give you an idea, they portray him as a very powerful figure in the New York Times … I never met him.”

He argued [Nick] Dudick has an entry-level job but acknowledged: “He said things he shouldn’t have said. Um, and he said things that you know, were damaging. And I’ll deal with that. 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 he was developing a friendship. He said really stupid stuff, he said he was Jim Comey’s godson, he said he had once worked undercover, essentially … he said stuff he shouldn’t have said. But his sin was a sin of foolishness and it violated our policies. Their sin was greater. Their sin was a sin of lying and subterfuge. They’re, they’re just awful.”

The first video about the New York Times revealed Dudich, the audience strategy editor for NYT Video, explaining how the Times slants Trump news on the front page.

“Oh, we always do,” he said.

Then Project Veritas released a second video about the Times.

It again featured Dudich, this time describing “how he can influence the news by manipulating social media and employing the help of his friends in Silicon Valley,” Project Veritas said.

“As an editor, I’m a gatekeeper so I can choose what goes out and what doesn’t go out. And let’s say we wrote something about Facebook negatively. … We actually just did a video about Facebook negatively, and I chose to put it in a spot that I knew wouldn’t do well,” he said.

Project Veritas said Dudich admitted he has friends in Silicon Valley who help his videos move to YouTube’s front page.

The report noted Earnest Pettie, the brand and diversity curation lead at YouTube, helped “push Dudich’s videos to the top.”

In the video, he described Dudich as “one of the people I think who has more knowledge about YouTube as a platform than probably anyone else that I know.”

He said the New York Times benefits from the relationship.

“There are things that exist in the product that, like, are definitely optimized for news. Now, like last night if you searched for Hugh Hefner, there’s the search results but then there’s also. … A carousel comes up with a page that’s just news videos. There’s this need, people are searching for a topic that is, that our systems know is a ‘newsy’ topic, so let’s give them videos that we know to be newsy because we know we have these news partnerships.”

He added: “In very rare cases, we will try to make up for the fact that something isn’t in the trending tab. We will, like, use some type of intervention … to encourage the thing to be there.”

He explained “algorithms do control everything but sometimes you need humans to provide a check.”

The first New York Times video showed Dudich explaining his job is to slant the news.

“That’s why I’m here,” he said on the video.

Hear his comments (Editor’s Note: Be forewarned of highly offensive language in the video):

In an earlier segment of the American Pravda series, about CNN,  Jimmy Carr, an associate producer for the “New Day” morning program, lambasted the president.

Carr said American voters are “stupid as s—.”

The video: (Be warned of offensive language):

Carr continued, regarding Trump: “This is a man who’s not actually a Republican. He’s not actually a Republican. He just adopted that because that was the party he thought he could win in. He doesn’t believe anything that these people believe. The man’s on this third wife. I guarantee you he’s paid for abortions. He doesn’t give a s— about abortion. He doesn’t care about gay marriage. He doesn’t even really care about the budget.”

And he claimed he’s not alone in his opinions: “Ninety percent of us are on board with just the fact that he’s crazy.”

In No. 2, Van Jones, former President Obama’s onetime “czar” on green jobs and a longtime left-wing commentator, activist and organizer, agreed with President Trump that the Russia scandal is “a big nothing burger.”

The video clip shows Jones being approached on a street and stating in response to a question, “The Russian thing is just a big nothing burger.”

He adds, “There’s nothing there you can do.”

The video (Be warned of offensive language):

In the video that opened the series, another CNN producer admitted the network’s focus on allegations that Trump’s election campaign colluded with Russia is mostly for ratings. The producer said the network’s mostly liberal audience would not have put up with that kind of treatment of Obama.

The first video was of CNN producer John Bonifield, and his comments drew the attention of the White House. O’Keefe’s video of Bonifield shows him saying, “I think there are a lot of liberal CNN viewers who want to see Trump really get scrutinized.”

See the video (beware off offensive language in the video):

Go now to WND’s Superstore for “American Greatness,” where Chris Buskirk and Seth Leibsohn show how the conservative elite, Washington insiders and the mainstream media were out of touch with reality during the 2016 presidential election.

 

 

 

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