The New York Times is regretting their “anonymous op-ed” after Donald strikes back.
Patriots across America are demanding answers from the New York Times, but the New York Times isn’t talking.
Their recent decision to publish an opinion piece allegedly written by a senior Trump official has caused a great deal of unrest in the White House.
The author claimed that Trump is “erratic” and described a “quiet resistance” of cabinet members who are secretly taking steps to remove him from office.
The Trump administration is trying to find the person or persons responsible, with Trump calling the author “gutless.”
Now the White House is fighting back against the deep state media, and Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is going after the people trying to undermine our democracy.
For those of you asking for the identity of the anonymous coward: pic.twitter.com/RpWYPHa6To
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) September 6, 2018
Sanders’ decision to tweet the New York Times number is being met with outrage by the Left, who believe that Sanders is attacking freedom of speech.
But the New York Times phone number is available to anyone who conducts a quick Google search. Sanders is merely answering the requests of Americans who are demanding to know the op-ed author’s identity.
The New York Times has defended the piece in their typical smug fashion.
“We are incredibly proud to have published this piece, which adds significant value to the public’s understanding of what is going on in the Trump administration from someone who is in a position to know,” a spokeswoman for the New York Times said.
The New York Times may be proud to publish lies if it means they get to attack the president, but true journalists know that a reporter should always tell the truth.
Will you be calling the New York Times to demand this anonymous source come forward?
Source: The Right Scoop