Reports have surfaced that The New York Times knowingly and deliberately manufactured “racial panic and hysteria” through the now thoroughly debunked 1619 project and it was all just an effort to deflect from another massive fraud. All of it, according to Alex Marlow, Editor-In-Chief of Breitbart: to deflect national attention from the collapsed fraudulent narrative of “Russian Collusion” against President Trump.
Marlow explained during a live stream launching his new book,
“The reason why I think [the 1619 Project] came to be as popular as it is was that it was a replacement — it was like that scene in Indiana Jones where he takes the bag of sand … he tries to take the monkey statue and knock it off — for the Russia collusion hoax, and I’ve got the data and the quotes to back it up.”
Marlow seems to have the receipts too, according to Breitbart, “Breaking the News details the political calculations made by the New York Times in its attempt to frame Trump as some form of Manchurian candidate in service to the Russian state, Marlow remarked. “[The 1619 Project] was a part of a concerted effort by the Times to pivot the newsroom’s focus from the Trump/Russia collusion hoax to race hysteria,” he wrote on Monday.
According to Marlow, following implosion of the Russia-gate narrative after the Mueller report was released, the New York Times was desperate. They had poured millions of dollars and hundreds of thousands of man-hours and turned a massive profit on breathlessly accusing a sitting President of treason and espionage. Now they needed a new a new piece of rage-bait for the American people. The NYT was on the verge of dying.
Brietbart reports that New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet ordered his staff that, “going forward, their primary focus would be on “what it means to be an American in 2019,” which “requires imaginative use of all our muscles to write about race and class in a deeper way than we have in years.” Race would be the new issue to enrapture the Times’ core audience of card-carrying members of the anti-Trump “Resistance.”
A Debunked False Narrative The NYT Crafted To Distract You
All the way back in October of 2020, Politico broke the story that the New York Times’ 1619 Project led by Nickole Hannah-Jones willfully ignored data from a fact-checker who disagreed with their premise. In an op-ed Professor Leslie M. Harris, a History professor at Northwestern University and author of “In the Shadow of Slavery: African Americans in New York City, 1626-1863 and Slavery and the University: Histories and Legacies.” wrote,
“On August 19 of last year I listened in stunned silence as Nikole Hannah-Jones, a reporter for the New York Times, repeated an idea that I had vigorously argued against with her fact-checker: that the patriots fought the American Revolution in large part to preserve slavery in North America.”
The NYT: Guilty of Incitement
The New York Times new that the information they were presenting in The 1619 Project was false, disproven by prominent historians who specialize in the African experience in pre-revolutionary America. They envisioned the consequences of the incendiary propaganda they were producing, in fact they were counting on producing massive anger and discord in our nation… as a profit strategy.
Breitbart wrote, that “according to Tablet Magazine, the Times’ use of the terms “racist,” “racists,” and “racism” increased 700 percent between 2011 to 2019. Use of “whiteness” increased approximately 500 to 700 percent since 2015, while instances of “white privilege” and “racial privilege” leapt about 1,200 percent between 2013 and 2019.” They’ve been stirring up racial hatred in our nation, deliberately.
That makes the editorial board of the Times just as morally and ethically responsible for the 180 days of violent BLM rioting and destruction as any of the others who incited it, held it permissible and acted as apologists, even bailed the criminals out of jail. Oh, how far “the paper of record” has fallen. They find themselves as profiteers, race hustlers in the company of Representatives Maxine Waters, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and hustlers “Reverend” Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.