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Dumb Things New York Times Deputy Editor of Opinion Patrick Healy Said

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Hello, and welcome to ATP's, Really Dumb Things They Said. I'm Barry Nussbaum.

At one time, The New York Times had some well, great writers and terrific content. Now it seems they are specialized in hiring the dumbest people they can find.

The New York Times Deputy Opinion Editor Patrick Healy said that Republican voters were, "Trading in false claims about the election being stolen or Black Lives Matter being a Marxist hate group. Neither of which is true." In fact, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors Kohler's, who calls herself a trained Marxist, released a video last year in which she bragged that "I do believe in Marxism.”

Healy said, "A lot of these Trump voters live in a Fox News, Newsmax, One America News bubble, and they watch networks that played a handful of violent incidents that broke out at the mostly peaceful protests to mislead our viewers."

Now, let me tell you about these peaceful protests, Mr. New York Times. Over $2 billion in property damage occurred at the BLM protests and riots, causing this to be the most expensive damages in the history of any civil unrest in the history of America.

Maybe somebody should tell this dumb guy what really happened outside in the real world so that he can be a little less dumb.

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