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Why the New York Times HATES Free Speech

In only a matter years, the New York Times has fallen from being one of the most respected and trustworthy publications in the world to becoming an unreliable gossip rag focused only on bashing President Trump.

It isn’t enough, though, for the New York Times to be biased and illogical – they are also dedicated to shutting down opposing voices as well.

As much as the New York Times likes to pretend that it is Donald Trump that is a threat to free speech in journalism, they themselves have stood against free speech in every instance where that speech disagrees with the paper’s leftist agenda. In fact, the New York Times even came out in support of Hillary Clinton as she was attempting to censor an anti-Clinton documentary that was released during the 2016 election.

So, why is the New York Times suddenly so against free speech? The answer is that they are losing the battle, and they know it. At the same time that the New York Times’ readership is plummeting, the popularity of conservative media is skyrocketing. Rather than combat the opposition with sound and logical arguments – something the New York Times is unable to do – it’s much easier to simply silence the opposition altogether.

The Daily Wire’s Andrew Klavan has more on this story below.

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