'Project Veritas Communications Director Stephen Gordon has told RT about an undercover video showing a New York Times employee allegedly admitting to manipulating how the newspaper’s content is released and viewed.
Gordon said that Project Veritas’ newly released video of New York Times audience strategy editor Nick Dudich shouldn’t come as a surprise.
“It's not exactly that they're revelations, because I think it’s something we all know happens,” he said. “There's collusion between the social media networks and the major media outlets.”
Gordon added: “We caught them admitting it.”
Dudich states in the video that he parked a negative report about Facebook in a spot where he knew would not draw a lot of traffic.
Gordon told RT there is a longstanding connection between the Times and YouTube.
“When New York Times and YouTube are in bed, the bastard child of that relationship is fake news,” he said. “We've got more to come on the New York Times.”
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