Monday, July 13, 2015

Amazon Calls Out New York Times on Cruz Book

Amazon has called into question the assertion by the New York Times that sales of Senator Ted Cruz's book were driven by "strategic bulk purchases." That was the reason given by the Times for refusing to include the Republican's book on their bestseller list.

From Politico:
"As of yesterday, 'A Time for Truth' was the number 13 bestselling book, and there is no evidence of unusual bulk purchase activity in our sales data," Sarah Gelman, Amazon's director of press relations, said in an email.
HarperCollins, the publisher of Cruz's book, has already called into question the omission of Cruz's book from the NYT list.

The New York Times remains silent amidst the uproar over their obvious political bias. The New York Times is a liberal newspaper unofficially affiliated with the Democrat Party. Cruz is a conservative Republican running for President.

I've mentioned before that the New York Times is not an independent newspaper and is living off its reputation from 50 years ago. That's not hyperbole. With each passing year, the newspaper slides further and further leftward. I think most readers are aware of it and those that stand by it simply agree with its promotion of a liberal agenda.

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