RETRACTION #344: NYT ISSUES ITS SECOND CORRECTION ABOUT THE BABYLON BEE

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From James O’Keefe on 19.06.2021

Dear Charles,

The New York Times is at it again.

A few months ago, Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon and I discussed a correction that NYT was forced to print after defaming his organization.

Rightfully unsatisfied with their “correction,” Dillon and Babylon Bee’s legal team sent a new demand letter to set the record straight – and The New York Times CAVED AGAIN.

You can watch my most recent discussion with Dillon about this latest correction here:

Look at the first correction NYT had to issue after originally defaming The Babylon Bee:

NYT says they “referred imprecisely to the Babylon Bee,” surprising absolutely nobody. They refer imprecisely to Veritas all the time, and we are winning a lawsuit against them because of it.

I want to thank Seth Dillon once again for joining me in this latest video and for his praise of Veritas’ legal efforts against The New York Times.

Believe me, Veritas will continue to fight the corrupt media and inspire others to take them to court for defamation. It’s only a matter of time.

In Truth,

James O’Keefe