Clinton campaign gets former deputy director of CIA to write NYT op-ed bashing Trump, omits one small detail
Mike Morell was formerly deputy director of the CIA. He's got a lot of squirrel in his background, which I've discussed earlier.
Morell retired and went to work for a consulting firm, Beacon Global Security. The New York Times also pays him to write op-ed pieces for their shameless propaganda rag.
Three days ago Morell wrote such a piece, which included the claim that Trump was "not only unqualified for the job, but may well pose a threat to our national security."
At 2:36 a.m. the Times tweeted this quote.
The tweet--which the Times knows will reach hundreds of thousands more voters than read the paper--failed to note one small thing: The firm Morell works for is paid by Hillary Clinton to advise her. This was noticed immediately by pretty much the only remaining national reporter with integrity: Sharyl Attkisson.
Immediately after the Times op-ed and tweet, Hillary Clinton quoted the Times in her own tweet. Again, obviously, she didn't bother mentioning that Morell's paycheck is partly funded by her campaign.
Slick, huh? Just amazing how well the Dems to those little links that they know virtually no one will either discover or care about. And it works.
Let's face it: The Democrats have perfected the art of "lying by omission" and manipulating public opinion by planting paid stories. With brilliance like that, what could go wrong?