News, October 5, 2022
October 5, 2022

New York Times Faceplants In 1 Day Over China Election ‘Conspiracy Theory’

By  Greg Wilson,

New York Times story Monday about a group of “far-right election deniers” aged especially poorly when the same journalist was forced to write a story making their case the very next day.

The initial story claimed that a “conspiracy theory” about an elections software company having ties to Beijing was a pack of lies that left the owner, a Chinese immigrant, in tears. But the very next day, Konnech founder and CEO Eugene Yu, was arrested by L.A. County’s liberal district attorney for allegedly giving the Chinese government access to the personal data of nearly two million U.S. poll workers.

“I have never seen anything age this poorly, this quickly,” The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway quipped on Twitter.

Read the entire story here.


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