‘New York Times’ Deliberately Misleading Readers With Partisan ‘Best Selling‘ Book List: Publisher
The New York Times censored its best-seller’s list and stifled views that were against the paper’s dogma on the COVID-19 pandemic, a publisher argued.
Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s book The Real Anthony Fauci and Donald Trump-backer Peter Navarro’s In Trump Time should have been prominent on the lists, but both were either pushed down or omitted entirely, argued Tony Lyons, Skyhorse publishing president.
He discussed the “dangerous” decision in a recent op-ed for The Defender.
Both books discuss Big Pharma greed and Fauci’s corruption that led to a flawed COVID-19 pandemic response and unnecessary deaths, Lyons noted.
Kennedy’s book should have debuted at No. 1 on the nonfiction list and should have been ranked in the top 5 the following weeks, Lyons stated. Instead, the Times pushed it down to No. 7 or No. 8 each week.
The Real Anthony Fauci has sold more than 800,000 copies since its debut, more than any other hardcover book in the same period, argued Lyons.
The Times described Kennedy’s book as “misinformation” despite it having more than 2,000 citations and testimonials from doctors, scientists, and lawyers, Lyons noted.
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In Trump Time should have been at No. 3 in November, when it sold 33,000 copies in a week. Instead, the Times didn’t include it in its list at all, Lyons claimed.
Navarro called the Times’ censorship not only "unconscionable, but dangerous.”
“For the Times to suppress dissent over life-and-death public health issues is not just unconscionable, it’s dangerous,” Lyons wrote. “Many of the alleged ‘facts’ we’ve been force-fed by the Times and other mainstream media outlets since the pandemic began have turned out to be either false or misleading.”
People used to check the list for an accurate report of what others are reading, Lyons argued. Instead, today it’s being used to push the paper’s narrow political views.
“While it’s not outright fascism, it clearly represents a blow to democracy,” Lyons wrote.