New York Times Claims America 'Just Ok' on Eve of July 4th Celebrations

New York Times Claims America 'Just Ok' on Eve of July 4th Celebrations
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The notoriously liberal New York Times announced on the eve of President Trump's July 4th celebrations that America was merely "O.K." As Fox News reports
 

The New York Times opinion team got an early start on celebrating Independence Day, declaring Monday that America is “just OK” with a slickly produced video that argues the United States is only great if you’re wealthy and privileged.

“We argue that the myth of America as the greatest nation on earth is at best outdated and at worst, wildly inaccurate,” Times producers Taige Jensen and Nayeema Raza wrote when describing the video.

The nearly five-minute video mocks pop culture items such as cartoons, movies and even mattress commercials for pushing the “narrative” that America is the greatest country on earth before playing devil’s advocate...

“Today, America, we’re just OK,” the narrator says.

It's this kind of un-American propaganda that has convinced many normal Americans that outlets like the New York Times are "Fake News."
 Source: American Update

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