[Trigger Warning for Highly Uncivil but Completely Accurate Language] Deranged, paranoid, homosexual David Brock (of the George Soros-funded anti-conservative “watchdog” group Media Matters for America) has declared that the New York Times is a “megaphone for conservative propaganda” because it has been mildly critical of corrupt, incompetent Democrat Hillary Rodham Abedin Clinton.
In the book, titled “Killing the Messenger: The Right-Wing Plot to Derail Hillary Clinton and Hijack Your Government,” Brock accuses senior politics editor and former Washington bureau chief Carolyn Ryan of helping to turn the paper into a “megaphone for conservative propaganda” by unfairly targeting former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. …
“As it concerns Clinton coverage, the Times will have a special place in hell,” he writes, claiming that interviews with current Times employees prove his case.
Now the question is, does Brock really believe this nonsense? Probably not, any more than he believes any of the other crap MMFA puts out every day. This most recent hissy-fit is all about propping up the Hillary campaign, of which Brock is an avowed supporter. Perhaps because Brock and Hillary share in common a deep paranoia about the “right wing,” a fondness for large checks from foreigners, and a penchant for skirting laws that would restrict their political and financial ambitions.
MMFA retains its status as a tax-exempt “non-partisan” organization, despite Brock’s open admission that the group will advocate for and support the campaign of Hillary Rodham Abedin Clinton. But then, in this new, wonderful progressive age where the party rules and not the law, it is of little surprise because Obama’s IRS only targets conservative groups for enforcement of the law.