Trey Gowdy went on TV and said there is one thing the New York Times will never do
Former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy took on the corporate-controlled media.
Conservatives have long distrusted the so-called “mainstream” news.
And Trey Gowdy went on TV and said there is one thing the New York Times will never do.
On his Sunday night show on Fox News, Gowdy blasted the New York Times for slavishly supporting the Democrat Party.
Gowdy told viewers that the last Republican nominee for President the Times endorsed was General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Gowdy also noted that the Times loved to lavish praise on RINOs like John McCain and Mitt Romney when they would routinely stab conservatives in the back.
But once Romney and McCain won the GOP Presidential nomination and were considered threats to the Democrat Party, the Times viciously turned on them.
“General Eisenhower is the last Republican worthy of your vote. The New York Times liked Senator McCain but not Presidential candidate McCain. They liked Senator Romney but not Presidential candidate Romney. Not a single Republican candidate for President in my lifetime has been deemed worthy of your vote. And the Times wonders where this belief in media bias comes from,” Gowdy stated.
The Romney campaign in 2012 was the turning point.
Conservatives saw how the press smeared Romney as a racist, sexist, homophobe.
Debate moderator Candy Crowley of CNN interrupted Romney with a “fact check” about Benghazi to bail out Barack Obama even though she later admitted Romney was right about her overall point.
Conservatives were furious that Romney never fought back against the Democrat and media smear merchants, and voters resolved to pick a fighter the next time.
That’s why conservatives lined behind Donald Trump in 2016 and never looked back.
Gowdy also stated that the Times could not bring itself to endorse Ronald Reagan although he won 49 states and 526 Electoral College votes in 1984.
If the Times could not endorse Reagan – Gowdy reasoned – then people can expect the Times to endorse every Democrat nominee for President from now until eternity.
“We hear the phrase ‘anti-democratic’ a lot from the writers at New York Times. Some might argue when you are on the other side of 525 electoral votes, you might be anti-democratic. So I’ll save you the mystery, the Times will endorse the Democrat candidate for President from now until the end of time, and we will continue not to care,” Gowdy concluded.