The New York Times is eating a big plate of crow today.
Within 24 hours of blasting a “right-wing conspiracy theory,” the paper was forced to make another report.
That so-called conspiracy theory became fact.
The NYT released a Tuesday report blasting Arizona deniers who claimed election software company Konnech was deeply tied to the CCP.
The theory stated that the company had turned over information of some two million poll workers to the Chinese.
On Wednesday morning, Eugene Yu, a top-level executive for the company, was arrested.
What for you ask? How about the alleged theft of poll workers’ personal information...
Monday: New York Times publishes story knocking down crazy right-wing conspiracy theories about voting software company. Tuesday: New York Times reports company CEO has been arrested. Read this: https://t.co/5Jg9KziRNI Then this: https://t.co/pJTlI05Mwu pic.twitter.com/PKYuouspEC
— Byron York (@ByronYork) October 5, 2022
Los Angeles Attorney General George Gascón’s office gave the usual that the corruption did not impact the outcome of the race.
His office further stated, “Konnech allegedly violated its contract by storing critical information that the workers provided on servers in China.
“We intend to hold all those responsible for this breach accountable.”
Konnech, of course, has denied the allegations.
I wonder how that crow tastes that the Times is gobbling down today.
Source: Daily Caller