CLAIM: NYT Reporter Chozick Covered Up for Sexist Men in Hillary’s Campaign

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In a tell-all released almost 18 months after the fact, New York Times reporter Amy Chozick has finally decided to inform the public that she and other female journalists dealt with unwanted touching and other forms of sexism at the hands of Hillary Clinton’s male campaign staffers.

Chozick was embedded into Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign for the Times, and from various reviews of the book, she sounds exactly like you expect a New York Times political reporter to sound: a left-wing neurotic currently feeling guilty about covering Clinton’s scandals and desperately needy for Hillary’s attention.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I still wanted, more than anything, for Hillary to see me as a fair reporter,” Chozick writes. “She really, really hates me,” Chozick whines. “The less I interacted with Hillary,” Chozick admits, “the greater her imperial hold on my brain became.”

What also comes as no surprise is that, even as the media were assailing Trump as a sexist during the campaign, Chozick covered up the real-time sexism she and other so-called reporters personally faced from male Hillary staffers.

According to Carlos Lozada’s review of Chozick’s upcoming book in the far-left Washington Post, Chozick is still covering up for these men. While the author identifies Hillary’s female staffers by name, she protects the men by using nicknames like Original Guy, Brown Loafers Guy, Policy Guy.

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