NYT Propagandist Claims She Was Kicked Out Of Trump Rally Over ‘Pics,’ But That’s Not The Whole Story


On Thursday, Kathy Gray, a propagandist for the far-left New York Times, claimed that she was kicked out of a Trump rally in Michigan, claiming she was tracked down from pictures she had posted to Twitter.

But it turns out that’s not the truth.

Here’s a tweet she posted of rally attendees:

Twitchy sarcastically noted: “Don’t worry, Kathy, it was just a protest against socialism and stupidity. That means nobody can catch the virus, duh.”

Naturally.

Then she was kicked out of the rally:

And she claimed it was because of her pictures:

Well, it turns out that’s not true.  It turned out she never got press credentials for the rally.  If she had, she probably would’ve been allowed to stay.

In other words, she lied.

Bingo.

One person noted:

Heh.  Isn’t that the way it’s done now?

No, it doesn’t.  But her minions and fellow low-information leftists will use this to push the false narrative of Orange Man Bad.

Related:

If you haven’t checked out and liked our Facebook page, please go here and do so.  You can also follow us on Twitter at @co_firing_line.  Facebook, Google and other members of the Silicon Valley Axis of Evil are now doing everything they can to deliberately stifle conservative content online, so please be sure to check out our MeWe page here, and check us out at ProAmerica Only.

If you appreciate independent conservative reports like this, please go here and support us on Patreon and get your conservative pro-Trump gear here.

While you’re at it, be sure to check out our friends at Whatfinger News, the Internet’s conservative front-page founded by ex-military!And be sure to check out our friends at Trending Views:

Trending Views