Wikileaks: NY Times fed State Dep. and Clinton with heads-up on stories to run


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Wow! The case against the liberal media and its love affair with Hillary Clinton just added a new chapter.  The bombshell Tweet by Wikileaks Sunday shows The New York Times colluding with Clinton when she worked in the State Department.

On Sunday afternoon, Wikileaks blasted out a tweet that reads: “Email shows New York Times handed over Cablegate’s publication schedule to the US government (without telling @WikiLeaks) giving the State Department, then headed by Hillary Clinton, up to 9 days in advance to spin the revelations or create diversions.”

In the email released by WikiLeaks, it is revealed that a Times reporter sent insider info to the State Department.  In short, the reporter would provide a heads-up about stories the paper would be running days before the story would go to publication.

Think about it.  This means the Times was providing lead time to Clinton’s State Department so that it would have ample opportunity to prepare for the PR nightmare that would follow a story once it went to press.  It also presented the State Department and Clinton with the much needed time to prepare for a diversion story — a tactic used in DC on a daily basis.

The names listed on the email chain include Scott Shane, the national security reporter for The New York Times.  Philip Crowley was the United States Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs under Clinton’s State Department.

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