We always knew The New York Times was a leftist propaganda machine hell-bent on undoing the best parts of America, but a recent report reveals it may be much worse than we worst expected.
A bombshell book by Breitbart’s Alex Marlow “exposes the financial ties between the New York Times and billionaires with an agenda to pass amnesty for illegal aliens in the United States.”
The book “details the financial connections of the Times‘ shareholders and its agenda-pushing coverage,” writes John Binder. “Specifically, the book notes the timeline where Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helú became a shareholder in the Times while he and the newspaper lobbied lawmakers to pass amnesty for illegal aliens.”
In the following excerpt, Marlow makes an airtight case:
If the establishment had an establishment—and it does—it is the New York Times. And it is crystal clear to honest observers of the Times that their editorial decisions reflect the people in their leadership.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helú loaned the New York Times Company $250 million in 2009. Slim doubled his stake to 16.8 percent in 2015, making him the company’s largest shareholder. In 2017, he reduced his stake back to 8 percent.
Why would Slim, a telecommunications magnate and one of the world’s richest men (Forbes said he was in fact the richest person alive from 2010 to 2013), get involved in the New York Times? The Times was worth about $1 billion at the time, or roughly one- fiftieth Carlos Slim’s wealth. Is it because he wanted to beef up the copy desk and felt the need to ensure the metro editor got a raise? Or was it, perhaps, to gain influence via what was arguably the world’s most important newspaper?
Slim has been a fierce advocate for America to grant amnesty to illegal aliens. The Times has consistently pushed for amnesty since Slim’s arrival. In August 2014, he personally launched a campaign to advance this agenda.
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