The New York Times’ blatant censorship of The Great Reset: And The War For The World by Alex Jones from its famous bestseller list was so egregious that Tucker Carlson weighed in on the matter Monday.
Carlson highlighted how the NYT excluded Alex Jones’ Great Reset book from its bestseller list despite becoming the #1 nonfiction book in America last week.
“Last week, the paper told us that the best-selling book in the United States was a title called I’m Glad My Mom Died by a child actress called Jennette McCurdy. But that was not true. That book was not the best-selling book in America,” Carlson explained on his show “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
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“In fact, the best selling book in America last week was The Great Reset: And The War For The World written by Alex Jones. Jones sold more than 56,000 copies of his book last week.”
“Jannette McCurdy, whatever her merits – we have no idea – sold 34,686 copies of her book. So Alex Jones sold a lot more books,” Carlson continued. “Alex Jones had the biggest book in the country, but The New York Times lied about that because The New York Times doesn’t want you to know that.”
“The New York Times wants you to believe that Alex Jones is more discredited than The New York Times, the paper that started the Iraq War by lying about weapons of mass destruction and got a million people killed. ‘But Alex Jones is worse, he’s a mental patient, no one listens to him!’ So they lied about his book. What else are they lying about? You wonder,” Carlson concluded.
Alex Jones first exposed the NYT’s fraud during his live Sunday show, noting how this is a symptom of a larger culture of suppression by the left.
“This is about organized fraud,” Jones said. “Because imagine if it’s a nationalist or populist book that is popular and goes to the top five or ten or number one, and they block it, well that’s what they’re going to do with ratings. It came out that Nielsen will give higher ratings to CNN or MSNBC than they actually have. Or they’ll cheat in an election and give more votes to the establishment candidate than the other. What it is is fraud. They’re willing to put their finger on the scale.”
When asked for comment on how The Great Reset could have been excluded from the New York Times bestseller list, a spokesman for the NYT insisted it had nothing whatsoever to do with the author or the content of the book. Instead, they falsely claimed it was “just sales pattern.”