conspiracy theories

Nolte: New York Times Spreads, Scrubs Bizarre Anti-Trump Conspiracy Theory

Haberman, who’s infamous for using the Times to publish all her fanfic for unmarried white women over 40, and Peter Baker, sought to deliberately mislead their readers with some horseshit about how President Trump stood in front of a green screen to record one of the videos he’s released since his return from Walter Reed this week.

The White House released a video Thursday of President Trump speaking outside the White House.

Dulis: The ‘Pee Tape’ Hoax Is Finally, Absolutely Dead. It’s Time to Brand the ‘Rushers’ Who Pushed It.

The 9/11 and Kenya conspiracy theorists each had their own nicknames: “Truthers” and “Birthers,” respectively. But the Russia fanatics have not received their own title — some call them “Russia truthers.” Not quite as snappy, nor was my go-to label for a while: “Birthers with Advanced Degrees.” So I’m proposing a new nickname for the Putin-obsessed: the “Rushers.”

(INSETS: David Corn, Daniel Goldman, James Comey, Ari Melber, Jonathan Chait, Rachel Maddow) MOSCOW, RUSSIA - DECEMBER 03: A souvenir shopkeeper displays Matryoshka dolls featuring Russian President Vladimir Putin and US presidents, including Donald Trump, on December 3, 2019 in Moscow, Russia. (Photo by Misha Friedman/Getty Images)