James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has released a new video exposing the blatant liberal bias at the New York Times, the first part in a new series.
Caught on hidden camera, New York Times audience strategy editor Nick Dudich makes several startling admissions, including his previous work for both the Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama presidential campaigns and his pretense at objectivity. He says he works for the Times because he’s not objective.
Dudich claims to be an important figure at the paper. He told the undercover Veritas journalist that “my voice is on … my imprint is on every video we do.”
When asked about being a neutral, objective journalist at the Times, Dudich explicitly states, “No, I’m not, that’s why I’m here.” His admission seems to violate the journalistic code of ethics the Times claims to uphold.
Project Veritas points out that Section 62 of the NYT Ethical Handbook states: “Journalists have no place on the playing fields of politics. Staff members are entitled to vote, but they must do nothing that might raise questions about their professional neutrality or that of the Times.”
Dudich also made several bizarre claims about being the godson of former FBI Director James Comey and working with the FBI undercover to investigate Antifa. Project Veritas investigated his claims and found them to be questionable, if not outright falsehoods, raising more questions about this “journalist’s” ethics, or lack thereof.
This is just part one of Project Veritas’ deep dive into the New York Times. What’s next?
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