NYT Reporter Brags About FBI Informants at January 6 Riot

The credibility of the New York Times is about to get obliterated.

This is also going to present a rather significant problem for the F.B.I.

Matthew Rosenberg is the national security correspondent for the New York Times.

He is also the co-author of “The Next Big Lies: Jan. 6 Was No Big Deal, or a Left-Wing Plot.”

Rosenberg now has a big problem on his hands in the form of an undercover video by Project Veritas.

All Lies

The article claims that conservative outlets were saying that “the F.B.I. planted agents to stir up the crowd” is a “false flag,” “instant rewriting of history,” and a “reimagining” of January 6.

Yet, in the video by Project Veritas, Rosenberg debunks his own reporting.

For instance, he claimed that the NYT went and uncovered the fact that like, there were a ton of F.B.I. informants amongst the people who attacked the Capitol.”

He admitted that he had been sucked into doing the article by the managing editor of the Times.

He basically admitted he was tasked with supporting the narrative that Democrats have been pushing, not really writing about what he discovered.

On the riot itself, he stated, “The left’s overreaction, the left’s reaction to it [Jan. 6], in some places, was so over the top.

“It was like, me and two other colleagues who were there [Jan 6th], who were outside, and we were just having fun.

“Dude, come on, like, you [NYT staff] were not in any danger [on Jan 6].”

This is about as damning as it gets for the New York Times and the F.B.I., not to mention Rosenburg’s credibility.

The only shame here is that Project Veritas discovered it, so the entire left will write it off as some conspiracy.

Source: Breitbart


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