“The truth is hard … The truth is hard to find … The truth is hard to know … The truth is more important now than ever,” the New York Times claimed. NRATV’s message to the failing publicationis clear: Where was this aggressive quest for the "truth" during the previous administration?
The video’s first line reads: “The New York Times placed an ad during the Oscars to tell us that truth is more important now. But why now?” Then, a series of statements: “ …Wasn’t it important when people were marching … When jobs were declining … When threats were growing … When drugs were flowing … When diplomacy was straining … When policies were failing … When towns were collapsing … When red lines were vanishing…When Obama was lying ... When journalists were dying … When Christians were dying … When heroes were dying … When citizens were dying?”
The ad continues: “The truth is that the truth didn't matter to The New York Times then as much as now—because as long as liberals were ‘progressing,’ the truth was depressing.”
“America has stopped looking to the New York Times for the truth now more than ever,” NRATV concludes. “The times are burning … and the media elites have been caught holding the match.