NEW GOAL FOR NEW YORK TIMES: 'REFRAME' AMERICAN HISTORY, AND TARGET TRUMP, TOO! BUTTIGIEG DODGES QUESTION ON DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RELIGIOUS DEMOCRATS AND RELIGIOUS REPUBLICANS

Janet Mefferd Live | Monday, August 19, 2019

In the Times' view (which it hopes to make the view of millions of Americans), the country was actually founded in 1619, when the first Africans were brought to North America, to Virginia, to be sold as slaves. Fox's Newt Gingrich melts down over NY Times Magazine's 1619 Project about impact of slavery: “The whole project is a lie”

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg appeared on Sunday’s "State of the Union." During the segment, host Jake Tapper asked Buttigieg about the difference between religious voters in the Democratic Party and religious voters in the Republican Party and “Mayor Pete” waxed eloquent but without much substance.

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