Ari Fleischer Slams the New York Times For Refusing to Cover ‘Hillary Clinton Authorizing a Dirty Tricks Campaign About False Allegations of Trump Collusion With Russia’

Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer went on the offensive yesterday against the New York Times after they conveniently ignored a big story that has come out of the Michael Sussmann trial.

In a three-part Twitter thread, Fleischer declared, “Today’s NYT has no story about Hillary Clinton authorizing a dirty tricks campaign about false allegations of Trump collusion with Russia.”

“This is a perfect example of why the MSM is in denial and decline,” Fleischer explained, while also including a screenshot of a search of “Hillary Clinton Robby Mook” which came back with no results.

“There are stories about the 1/6 investigation, abortion, Ginni Thomas and the decline of the Bush family,” Fleischer pointed out.

“But not a word about one of the worst, most damaging dirty tricks that helped launch three years of bitter animosity,” Fleischer lamented.

Fleischer then reported that “I researched and found numerous examples just like this in my upcoming book ‘Deception, Suppression, Snobbery and Bias’.”

“When the NYT suppresses info about Hillary’s dirty tricks, you know why most people don’t trust the MSM,” Fleischer concluded.

A search for “Hillary Clinton” reveals that the publication has published two articles about the trial this month, both prior to the revelation.

We reported on Friday that after being called to the stand by the defense, Mook testified that in 2016, Clinton signed off on the dissemination of materials alleging a covert communications channel between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank to the media.

Clinton made the decision, despite campaign officials not being “totally confident” in the legitimacy of the data, according to Mook.

The admission came during the cross-examination by government prosecutor Andrew DeFillippis who asked about the campaign’s understanding of the Alfa Bank allegations against Trump and whether they planned to release the data to the media.