NY Times Editor Brags about Colluding with Youtube to Push a Political Agenda

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Project Veritas covert video exposes Nicholas Dudich, an editor of the NY Times, who said that Youtube’s gatekeepers give preference to NY Times content, and that he can have stories placed on the front page or have them buried. Earnest Pettie, who holds the Brand-and-Diversity lead position at Youtube, was also caught on video describing how he makes it difficult to find news outlets like Alex Jones but almost impossible to miss articles from ‘legitimate news organizations’ who are ‘news partners’ with YouTube.  -GEG

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