N.Y. Times Caught Distorting Rand Paul's Response

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The N.Y. Times has been caught distorting Rand Paul’s response to a question posed by uber-liberal Rachel Maddow, to suggest that he supports discrimination.  For those who’ve been paying attention lately, this comes as no surprise.  From the very beginning, the N.Y. Times has been a leading cheerleader for the Progressive regime now in control of the U.S. Government.

Any success for candidates associated with the tea party movement is a direct threat to the radical far left agenda of this regime.  A threat that must be minimized at all costs, including journalistic integrity.

The bias and corruption in today’s media are more dangerous to the future of America than the Progressive Socialists.  But for the media’s complicity, much of the destructive actions that have been taking place here of late would never have been accepted by the American people.

Here is the actual transcript –

RACHEL MADDOW, MSNBC HOST: Do you think that the private business has the right to say we don`t serve black people —

RAND PAUL: I`m not in, I`m not in — yes, I`m not in favor of any discrimination of any form.

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