The New York Times has once again proven itself to be an active arm of the Democratic Party’s publicity department. It is choosing the political books on its best-sellers list based upon criteria other than whether or not the books are selling best.
Dinesh D’Souza’s book America, based on the movie that releases next week, stands in the top 10 lists that’s being printed in the paper over the next two Sundays, but is absent from its “Top 25 Fiction Hardcovers” list- despite generating sales that would put it at number 12. There is no way this is accidental.
On the other hand, Elizabeth Warren’s and Timothy Geithner’s books, which are selling far fewer copies than D’Souza’s, both appear on the list.
D’Souza was very direct in his criticism of the paper:
They are part of the propaganda arm of the Obama administration.
It’s their newspaper, and they have a right to rig their list anyway they want, but if they are doing it, people should know.
The Times is falling short of its journalistic and editorial responsibilities in a much bigger way than keeping me off the list.
The NY Times is as unabashedly liberal as they come. Don’t you think it’s more than a little ironic that its diatribes about “diversity” and “inclusion” are just a bunch of lip service?