Interviews voters in Zona: The headline grabbed our attention.
There it was, in this morning's hard-copy New York Times. The headline went exactly like this:
In Arizona, Voters Doubt Credibility Of Porn StarInteresting! Since every known American pundit has sworn that Clifford is even more truthful than Comey once was, we decided to see what those nay-saying voters had said.
We encountered some Standard Times Work.
Julie Turkewitz penned the report. Below, you see the fill list of voters she quotes:
Full roster of quoted voters:As you can see, it's a skillfully chosen sample. Based on hints in the report, it seems that two to four of these people were out that day bowling with friends.
Sandi Caskey, 78, a retired General Motors employee who on Tuesday was bowling with church friends
Kathe Wilson, 67, an accountant
Bob McGunagle, 75
Cheri McGunagle, 73
Greg Newman, 49, a retired 20-year military veteran Air Force officer
At any rate, that was it! Only five voters stated something resembling a view about Clifford's credibility. Of the five, only two or three said they didn't much believe her, depending on how you score it.
Routinely, the Times presents peculiar journalistic work. Anthropologists tell us that, on a purely scientific basis, the current New York Times can best be seen as an example of upper-class idiocracy, Hamptons-style, at work.
On line, the headline is slightly different: On line, the headline is slightly different. At present, it reads like this:
In Arizona Race, Conservatives View Stormy Daniels as a ‘Little Hard to Believe’In the actual report, one conservative is quoted saying that. The headline writer saw the remark in paragraph 3, apparently decided to go with it.
Turkewitz makes only one fuzzy claim about the views of "many conservatives" in the district. She says they haven't changed their minds about Trump based on Clifford's statements. She doesn't attempt to say whether they believe the survivor of the alleged (ten-minute) "affair."