Bestseller List for Aug. 25-31 HERE
The New York Times, true to its liberal form, ignored reputable data and placed Dinesh D’Souza’s new book, The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left, lower than deserved on its Best Sellers List. The Times Digest listed The Big Lie at number seven on the list despite being number one in sales out of all 15 books featured on the list, according to Nielsen BookScan. Nielsen BookScan, used by the Conservative Book Club to determine its Best Seller List, is arguably the most objective source that tracks book sales because its sole focus is book sales.
A disclaimer at the bottom of the New York Times list states, “Rankings reflect sales for the week ending…” which is clearly not the case. Rather, the list seems to reflect what the editors think Americans ought to be reading, completely removed from reality. The New York Times’ uses undisclosed methods for calculating “best sellers” on their list which, time and time again, is proven to be a subjective ranking rooted in liberal bias.
“It’s shameful that the New York Times sells lies to score political points with the Left,” said Christopher Malagisi, editor in chief of the Conservative Book Club. “The Times has an awful history of not accurately representing the true rankings of conservative books and authors and continue to show their bias.”
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