RT’s Rick Sanchez on the NY Times (video)


the Verizon/NYT scandal breaks at 6:40 on the video

Editor’s note:  Sanchez says he used to believe in the NYT.  Grow the fuck up Rick!  The NYT are mindless whores but so is RT much of the time.

Hey, we enjoy your work after you found a home when the ADL had you fired for saying “the Jews” run CNN.

So, Rick, you can tell the truth when others don’t.  Compared to VT, your a total wimp but you may be learning.

Good luck.


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  1. I wouldn’t wrap dead fish with the NYT. No doubt it would rot immediately. The WaPo is no different. Another news paper that has become just another echo chamber for Washington. Both papers should be sold along side the Sun and other sleazy tabloids, owned and run by the chosenites, but then those papers credibility would be damaged being sold alongside the NYT and WaPo.
    The CMMM in America has become an enemy of not only the American people but people everywhere.
    This is a good piece on the NYT and their connection to Verizon (whom I despise greatly)…..one of the worst telecoms ever.
    I believe we should be concerned about the safety of 5G and more studies are needed. Even the safety of cell phone use has been in doubt.
    The FCC like every other government bureaucracy has been bought and paid for, no different than the FAA, FDA, CDC, or the rest.
    It’s all for sale to the highest bidder.
    So go ahead and keep drinking that Aspartame sweetened drink and continue to watch the news on your oversized flat screen.

  2. Rick knows what’s up. Sent him information related to the Cuba Embassy “Sonic” attacks and core dumped on him about the CFR Microwave death ray many of us are subjected to. Plus, he was burnt by them for thinking the world worked like one would normally think it worked. Perhaps he, as have many of us, embarked upon Gestalt’s 5 principles: Proximity, Similarity, Continuity, Closure, and Connectedness.