NY Times Reporter: “I Cried” After Writing Story About How Hillary Clinton Lost The Election

What liberal bias in the MSM? She cried, and we laughed for a week. LOL! Liberal tears feel so great! Sweetheart, it’s time to wipe away the tears and start to face reality.

With all the things going on in the world right now, why do we keep being inundated with this crap every time we turn around?

Any objectivity of the MSM is completely long gone.

WFB:

New York Times reporter Amy Chozick writes in her new memoir that she cried after finishing her article on how Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump.

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Chozick covered Clinton for a decade during stints at the Wall Street Journal and now at the New York Times, which meant covering her ultimately doomed presidential bids in 2008 and 2016. Her experiences and insights make up her new book Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns, and One Intact Glass Ceiling.

According to theWashington Post review of her book, “the day after the 2016 election, Chozick sat in her cubicle and wrote the “how she lost” story. “Then I finally cried,” she writes.”

That article was entitled, “Hillary Clinton’s Expectations, and Her Ultimate Campaign Missteps.” Chozick wrote in the postmortem:

“Her campaign had built-in contradictions and challenges. She wanted to make history as the first female president, but she did not want to play it up so much so that she would turn off men. She vowed to help the little guy, but she accepted millions of dollars for speeches to Wall Street. She wanted to bring the country together, but she suffered from a stubbornly high number of voters who did not trust or like her.”

Chozick acknowledged standing and applauding when Clinton walked into a town hall she covered in 2008, leading to an admonishment from a fellow reporter: “What the hell are you doing?” More

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