Michael Malice Calls Out NY Times Writer for Her Disinfo On Trump’s Coronavirus Response

Malice smacked down New York Times writer Mara Gay after she repeated debunked reporting on President Trump's coronavirus response.

Earlier today, Julie Bosman of the New York Times was widely discredited after omitting the second half of a statement by President Trump from her reporting on his response to China’s coronavirus.

“Wow,” tweeted Bosman, adding Trump’s statement to state governors on a conference call, “‘Respirators, ventilators, all of the equipment — try getting it yourselves,'” implying the president was leaving states to figure out their own plan of action, and omitting that the president said, “We will be backing you, but try getting it yourselves. Point of sales, much better, much more direct if you can get it yourself.”

After Bosman was widely discredited for her deceptive reporting, Bosman’s NY Times colleague Mara Gay shared the exact same disinformation.

Gay was smacked down by Michael Malice, who wrote, “your colleague spread this truncated quote earlier and was also called out for her depravity and malfeasance. you are somehow attempting to make the same exact point despite this. The corporate press is the enemy of the people.”

Gay is best known for claiming earlier this month that Democrat Michael Bloomberg could afford to give every American $1 million.

Malice has previously called out corporate media for failing to understand to understand China’s coronavirus.

Culttture has also reported on Malice’s defining the term red pill.

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Andrew Meyer