Conservatives have been calling out the bias of the lying liberal media for decades. Now, conservative publishing powerhouse Regnery Publishing is taking a stand — they’ve officially severed ties with The New York Times.
Regnery cites The New York Times “Best Sellers List” as an example of their overall bias. For example, Dinesh D’Souza’s new book The Big Lie sold the most books in its category (hardcover nonfiction) for the week of Sept. 3rd, but was ranked #7 by The New York Times. Raheem Kassam‘s No Go Zones sold the 10th most copies for that same week — and wasn’t even included on The New York Times list.
CBC Editor-in-Chief Christopher Malagisi sat down with Regnery’s publisher and president Marji Ross to talk about this stunning move and the ramifications it will have on the conservative publishing industry. Watch the video interview below!
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