The New York Times: Voice Of The Swamp People Have Really Gotten Desperate.

It’s really been fun watching the murky liberals seeded plans that blow up in their faces. It has taken a huge toll on their ‘voice’ aka the New York Times. These folks have become so desperate to find dirt on President Trump they’ve had to settle for making up their own. They’re notorious political fabricators that cry about being called ‘fake news’ but never stop FAKING the news. Take a look.

As Reported By David Zuckerman with American Thinker:

The Times, in its lead editorial, December 1, 2017, “Help Wanted: Top Diplomat,” is troubled about rumors that CIA director Mike Pompeo may succeed Rex W. Tillerson as secretary of state.  For the Times, Pompeo “may be too chummy” with President Trump.  To boot, he is “a Tea Party conservative and a climate change skeptic.”  And more, he is accused of “mixing politics with intelligence”!

Of course, the Times has no difficulty with mixing politics and intelligence when the mix involves former Obama intelligence figures like John Brennan and James Clapper.  After all, isn’t “Dossiergate” all about mixing up intelligence with politics for the purpose of forcing President Trump from office?

The Times editorial also expresses difficulty with the rumored appointment of Sen. Tom Cotton to replace Mr. Pompeo as CIA director.  Among Cotton’s faults, as perceived by the Times, he “has mocked the idea that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in the presidential election.”  Perhaps even worse for the Times, Cotton “has also been Congress’s most aggressive opponents of the Iran nuclear deal[.]”  That is to say that we have a president who intends to staff his administration with officials who reflect America’s legacy of liberty in foreign as well as domestic policy.

And consider this added criticism: the appointments of Pompeo and Cotton “would add two more white men to a cabinet dominated by them[.]”  (It would be more precise, arguably, to note that “white men” would replace, not add to…

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