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Subject: All the news that*s fit to overthrow the Republic
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From: Joe Cooper <dragon40@removeunseen.is>
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Subject: All the news that*s fit to overthrow the Republic
Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2017 15:10:38 -0000 (UTC)
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James O'Keefe of Project Veritas did a fine job of exposing the culture 
of anti-Trump bias behind the scenes at the New York Times, but the paper 
of record just...well, trumped him.

How?

On November 1, the Times ran a full-page incendiary ad calling for mass 
protests to end the "nightmare" of the "Trump/Pence regime" by joining in 
Antifa-style riots beginning on November 4.  So the Times not only is 
anti-Trump, but stands in direct opposition to our Constitutional 
Republic and the rule of law