Author Topic: VIDEO: New York Times Editor's Maniacal Fake Laughter to Become Viral Meme?  (Read 155 times)

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New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet desperately tried to brush off the Project Veritas lawsuit against his newspaper a couple of months ago with very unconvincing maniacal laughter that came off as totally fake and  forced. The clip of his fake maniacal laughter might be destined to become a viral meme. What makes the laughter really funny is when you match it up against the subsequent decision by a New York State  Supreme Court judge to DENY the Times' motion to dismiss the lawsuit. And now the Times is subject to discovery which will prove they published a FAKE NEWS story about Project Veritas. Laugh, Dean, LAUGH!!! What? It's not so funny now?


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Hey, he figured, if it works for Kamala ...
When God wants to judge a nation He gives them wicked rulers. (John Calvin)