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New York Times Exposed for Sabotaging Bernie Sanders 2020; How and Why This is Happening

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THE NEW YORK TIMES EXPOSED FOR SABOTAGING BERNIE SANDERS 2020 Written and edited by Brian J. Hanley #Bernie #BernieSanders #Bernie2020.
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This short YouTube video meticulously breaks down the repeated contrived attacks on Bernie Sanders' 2020 candidacy by the NY Times writer Sydney Ember (I decline to use the term "journalist" for her articles).

Of course the entire smear campaign is highly coordinated, maybe to curry favor with billionaires and Wall Street bankers, who are still really worried about Bernie Sanders and what might happen to them if he is elected.

Brian put out a second follow up video further analyzing the causal facts that are behind the Times' biased slants against Bernie:

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WIKILEAKS EMAILS EXPOSE NEW YORK TIMES SMEARING BERNIE SANDERS 2020

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More from the Times' own public editor:

Public editor knocks New York Times for stealth-editing Bernie Sanders story

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In 2016 OpEdNews articles, I analyzed the same kind of thing occurring in 2015 and 2016, particularly Nate Cohn's vitriolic and completely illogical articles. Here are two:

How and Why to Counter Mainstream Journalist-Apparatchiks Defeatist Trivializing of Bernie's Charismatic Accomplishments

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More Intransigent Manipulation of the Truth from the New York Times; Is there an End to Such Perfidy?

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Obviously, this is all being repeated in a carefully calculated manner, perhaps even to help Hillary Clinton resurrect her abysmally failed campaign.

What do you think, please?

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What is your take on all of this? Please do comment and share this important video by Henley to anyone who cares about accuracy and ethics in non-slanted journalism.


I came across this old video by the "polling guru" Nate Cohn which seems quite curious, given what happened in 2016.



The NYT Needle: How We Forecast Elections | NYT News Nate Cohn, who covers polling and demographics for The New York Times, describes what informs our election night forecast tool known as the needle.
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I think Bernie is a Judas goat, promising new liberal things from mainstream politics, but with no intention of ever changing anything. He is being presented as a hero who needs help. IMHO all help going to him will be squandered as he sucks up all the progressive energy and then collapses under the Goldman Sacks dems because "the US is not quite ready for wildly liberal things like full time jobs or healthcare." He clearly did that in 2016 and it is easy to see that this is "his job" in the democratic party and he is doing it again.


Bernie, at best, is a nasty waste of time. He is an energy vampire, sucking up progressive energy so it will not be used to change the corporate heart of the party.

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Goodness! What venomous vitriol!


In fact, my article is about deeply flawed journalism, not about Bernie, but judging by your hostile comment, you must be ok with however the NY Times wishes to butcher this candidate.


That is pathetic. Maybe you missed his accomplishments since the 2016 primary? Or don't those count in your lexicon?

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US elections are well scripted. Bernie's role includes being bad mouthed and marginalized by much of the mainstream so he gets underdog points to bolster his weak, wavering liberal points. Be sure there is no discussion or even mention of his pro war history. This sucks up all the progressive dem energy. Then he gets shafted, puts on a cheerleader skirt for his shafter, and blames the Russians for the shafting.

Watch. He is doing it again.

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I don't quite understand where you get all this.

Who is your ideal progressive?

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Mine is Bernie Sanders. "The Momentum is with us."



Bernie Sanders: 'The momentum is with us' - BBC News .When you take on people who have an enormous amount of power you do not win on your first shot,. Vermont Senator and former Democratic presidential ...
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Chuck, I agree with you. I supported Bernie in 2016. However, he showed his true colors when he refused to challenge the fraud perpetrated by the Democratic Party elites (led, of course, by the Clintons), even though his counsel strongly urged him to do so. Instead, he became what I describe as the dancing donkey mascot of the Democratic Party. As you say, his job is to deceive the progressives, once again, into believing that there is a viable "progressive wing" of the Democratic Party. There is no such thing and no progressive policies will be supported by the party. Instead, the party will continue to be owned and operated for the benefit of the 1%. The fact is that there is no functioning democratic electoral system in this Country. It is a system of legalized bribery. Of course, those who receive the bribes (you know, "our" representatives in the Congress) are more than willing to be bribed. In fact, the receipt of the bribes motivated them to run for office. While we are on the subject of so-called "progressives" in the Democratic Party, allow me to mention that Elizabeth Warren supported the ole war criminal Hillary Clinton rather than Sanders in the 2016 presidential primary race. Now there's a great example of progressivism for you.

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As to the comment by Jim Thomas above, about not challenging the fraud: I think they shoved him around at the convention; did you notice the abrasion on his cheek at that time? It was hushed up. I was disappointed in what he did to speak for Clinton, but, honestly, what would you have preferred him to do?

Similarly, would you also have preferred Beto to send back all of the oil and gas executives' contributions? Great Scot! Texas is full of oil and gas money!


You must have some ultra perfect candidate in mind. We have made a lot of progress since 2016, and Bernie continues to earn my vote.


I like his age. With age comes wisdom.

Some of the journalists assign to cover him in 2016 stated: ""Bernie too old? Try keeping up with him for a day!"



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"... I think they shoved him around at the convention; did you notice the abrasion on his cheek at that time? It was hushed..."


Many of us noticed that when Sanders appeared at the convention podium alongside Hillary, that he appeared to have either fallen down a flight of stairs - or had been "shoved ... around." I would certainly take it to be beyond simply "shoved around."


The Podesta emails stated that the Democrats - or at least Podesta - "... had leverage on him." What that amounted to, we may never know, but that "leverage" (call it what it really is - blackmail) was doubtless used as evidenced by Sanders' very abrupt change in the midst of the convention. Sanders went back on a number of his promises within the space of 24 hours or less. Something damn sure happened.


Whatever it is, this "leverage" is being used to this day. OR ... Sanders always was a sell-out. Considering that he seemed to "get religion" almost overnight, together with the clearly evident physical abuse shown by the TV cameras, I tend to think that the Democrats have something quite serious, or at least terribly distasteful, on Sanders. Whatever it is, it's enough to totally neuter him. Or, as mentioned, he was a Judas Goat all along.

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Thank you.


In my comment, I was trying to understate the injuries that Bernie probably received, since we have so many illogical scoffing people commenting at OpEdNews, and no matter what you say, someone will take issue with it in bombastic illogical critical non sequitur comments, so one ends up arguing with people wh


o never read about those problems with Bernie at the time they occurred. I am getting rather weary of all of this, because these brain dead harpies take much of the fun out of volunteer journalism.


I am developing a new policy which is to publish an article and then not waste my time responding to such claptrap.


When Bernie is sworn in, God willing, all of these hassles will be vindicated.

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Chuck, I think what you said sums it up, at least for me. You might want to refer to my comment below. And Stephen Fox, I do not consider Chuck's comment as much vitriol as an accurate expression of how he feels about Sanders. Criticism is not vitriol.

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Stupid allegations.

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Yeah? Stupid reply.

Prove it.

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You're pissin' in the wind there, Pab. All he ever does is spit Pablum at everyone.

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Sure. But I like to put it out there for the public record, when I know I have leverage.

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We seem to have lost a comment here.

Not sure who finds it acceptable to remove people's views on an opinion site and not even inform the person who wrote those views--which is cheap and rather cowardly, to say the least.

In this particular case, those views happen also to be facts, which renders them impervious to censorship. Look them up, if you don't believe it. We're into very dangerous territory when people are removing other peoples' thoughts because they find them offensive, and lack the courage to offer a legitimate excuse...or, in this particular case, even notification of said removal.

My recommendation is to grow up and stop being children. The world is an ugly place; much better to face up to it than to sneak around removing information that doesn't conform to your precious worldview.

That said--and for the sake of posterity and the permanent record--the original comment was...

"Bernie Sanders: Alleged pedophile; confirmed sell-out."

Both of which, again, are facts. Look them up.

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You said "alleged pedophile and confirmed sell out".

Both are stupid allegations as I said.

I don't have to prove that, you prove yours.

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Of course the establishment wants smooth sailing with no bumps, so it opposes Sanders, who is seen as a big bump inside the tent. But he is "inside," as his campaign for the democratic nomination demonstrated. Sanders, in terms of foreign policy, has customarily spouted the State Department line regarding Venezuela, Libya, Syria and any other country demonized by the US government because it stands in the way of American world hegemony. So the New York Times is just acting as an in-house cop.

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Too bad progressives didn't join en masse in 2016, Peter, to support Jill Stein--the only progressive candidate in that year's presidential election.

Now, here comes globalist swine David Brock and the George Soros NGO "anti-fascist" fascists to finish Sanders off, before he gets started again...just in case Hillary Clinton decides to return for another dose of misery:

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Which hardly matters, since Sanders is damaged goods, anyway. Still, you'd think he'd show a bit of backbone at some point.

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Sanders was a bad-cop/good-cop scheme. A team player all the way. I was about to vote for Stein, but I accidentally heard another twisted segment against Trump on NPR, and that sent me sailing into his arms. And the boy did perform. He kicked Comey out on his ass, a truly amazing feat. His dalliance with the wall is frustrating, but his rhetoric on getting out of the middle east, if he follows through, will win him my vote next time around. The chaos is a beautiful thing. Trump's shafting the intelligence agencies is like over the top beautiful. He's a three-legged pony, but can still leap now and then with his hind legs.

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For sure. The beautiful thing about America is that you still have the right to vote for whomever you choose.

I prefer to stay in the past when discussing elections, given that we have no clue, really, what could transpire between now and November 2020.

That said, I was, again, deeply disturbed (given the ample evidence linking her to election fraud) at how many progressives in 2016 still cast their bread on Hillary Clinton's current. So to speak.

And now that I think about it, Peter--really think about it--that's not the issue either...not entirely, at least. It's this grim rumor that's beginning to circulate that implies we may have not yet heard the last of HRC. Can you possibly believe that?

Yeah. Me neither.

Hope you had a nice holiday season. Peace.

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Another rumor, Pablo, is that the states may move to dissolve the union that binds them, so that each would revert to independent sovereignty. In that case, Clinton's re-emergence on the national level would be moot. Do you think that is possible? Best to you as well.

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I've heard secession rumors about Washington state, Oregon and part of California, Peter, but not much else.

If you know something more than that, please let me in on it. I consider it to be a mystic longshot, anyway, even concerning those West Coast states. California, for instance, is so far in debt, it likely would collapse without federal funds, at this point.

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I am glad that you are deeply disturbed.

Your concern is appreciated.

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And still, people wonder why they're now being called "presstitutes".

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Severely diminished attention spans, D.A.

Some people seem to be thoroughly challenged these days. I blame geoengineering.

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"Some people seem to be thoroughly challenged these days"

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I'll comment on the video first, as all the Bernie bashing doesn't answer the question being asked by Stephen.

Everything Hanley is saying has already been proven to be true, so I have to agree. Jimmy Dore and a few others have also had lots to say about the NYT "preemptive smear" against Sanders. It's quite obvious the NYT is guilty of a complete disservice. (Something I've been openly saying for quite some time, anyway.)

I understand, on the other hand, why anything promoting Sanders gets met with bitter resistance. People feel betrayed by a number of things, some of which they feel he is directly to blame for.

He may just be the most progressive candidate out there, but he won't convince anyone of that this time around while he's operating under the Democratic banner. The party has far too many "faux progressives" the People want to get away from, and working with them won't get him any respect.

I'm sure everyone's expecting him to get cheated all over again, if he runs. There may be good reason to think that way. The NYT hit piece, for one, kind of demonstrates how the usual media players will jump in to help any of his opponents. And, we already know the Dems certainly don't want him to lead.

He also disappointed many by failing to address war in any meaningful way. A true progressive should be driven by the need for peace.

Personally, I think people are hungry for some new talent, and are tired of the same old faces coming back every cycle telling them things will be different "this time". They want someone who will come out directly saying he/she wants to end the wars, and execute other constructive and badly-needed changes.

They're tired of talk. They're tired of the two main parties. They're tired of watching the rich walk away with everything, while the people are struggling to keep a roof over their heads. They're tired of seeing their tax dollars wasted on blowing up the rest of the world on top of that. And they're tired of feeling like they've got nobody in power on their side.

Once people feel someone has betrayed his chance to be a "revolutionary" in this regard, it's difficult for them to trust in him all over again. For Bernie, that window of opportunity may have closed.

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I Dem exited after the primary fiasco. I supported Bernie in the primary. I couldn't believe what I witnessed at the convention via various Bernie delegates. And yes the media completely blacked out his campaign while smearing him 24/7.


Whatever happened to convince Bernie to betray his voters and delegates is pretty much irrelevant at this point. He is obviously unable to produce the drastic change we need.


While I support the Green Party, I have no illusions about the obstacles that will continue to be thrown in our way every election cycle.


Elections have become a distraction to what we should be focusing on. As Deb Della Piana says, "elections are busy work." The total eradication of the corporate banker military state should be our #1 priority. Stop waiting for a savior. The only thing that will turn things around is all of us acting together to force these psychopaths from power. Then we can argue over candidates and how they're covered in the press.

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Amen Sister.

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While I was miserably unhappy with Bernie not getting the nomination and the polls had shown he could have won the election, he did announce that if he didn't get the nomination, he would support the Democratic nominee. He kept his word, sadly, I know, but he did keep his word.


Our voting system is, nonetheless, completely flawed. Until the Popular Vote is the rule, we can expect to continue to get the likes of Adams, Hayes, Harrison, GW and Trump. Yup, it's happened 5 times..and Adams, in fact, had lost both the popular vote and the electoral college.Andrew Jackson was the winner in both categories. Despite his victories, Jackson didn't receive the majority 131 votes needed in the EC to e declared president. n fact, neither candidate did. The decision went to the House of Representatives, which voted Adams into the White House.


Our government does a piss poor job of representing the will of the people...IMHO.

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It seems to me that you are right Stephen, but to what avail?

I don't believe that I have read from a more sincere loyalist than you who supports the idea the American republic and its political contests deliver subsequent governance that is the "will of the people."

It seems to me that the implications of this self correcting "good" of the republic that I ascribe to your loyalty could also be characterized as the intrinsic will of the people which in my opinion is embedded in an untrustworthy system. Your loyalty to the system seems to assume that we the voters can drift along AWOL afterwards from contest to contest, drunk or asleep to what is taking place in our name, as is happening today and has been for decades, ignoring, or perhaps oblivious because we have been manipulated to not have the care that is required to keep the liberty and freedom promised at birth of this republic on the side of the people.

The following is a nearly 30 minute YouTube interview between Larry King and Stephen Cohen, the imminently wise seer and Earth planetary representative and diplomat.

At 25:59 / 28:30 of the interview, King asks Cohen if he an optimist or a pessimist to which Stephen answers, "A pessimist is someone who thinks, things cannot get worse. An optimist knows that they can get worse.

I think I understand why you persist, Stephen. You are a pessimist!

Except...not really.

Your spirit and gusto are remarkable. Keep the faith.

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Thank you very much. NO, I really am an optimist, but at age 70, who the hell knows what is realistic these days.


My goals are focused on consumer protection and a reform of the FDA, which is why I keep coming back to Bernie. Plus, I consistently like almost all of what he has to say and do.


I worked intensively on Beto's Texas Senate campaign, and I think he should run for the other Senate seat in 2020, presently held by John Cornyn. Any higher office is pie in the sky, and besides: Bernie has won my trust and my vote.


Check out this video, please, and Shad, thanks again.



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