NYT Writes 1,330 Word Essay: How Trump is Screwing Up the Easter Egg Roll

It is either a slow news day or the New York Times has finally and totally lost its grip on reality. It is absolutely laughable what has become important to the NYT. When you write a column this big it should be something that qualifies as a national issue. When you spend 1300 words on how Trump has ruined the White House Easter Egg hunt, your values judgment has to be questioned. Read this to see how concerned the NYT is over this issue. Geez!

As Written By Brittany M. Huges for MRCTV:

The esteemed journalists over at the New York Times are absolutely beside themselves over the Trump administration’s alleged bungling of this year’s Easter Egg Roll. Because, of course.

The NYT, whose slogan was recently changed to “The truth is more important now than ever,” penned and published a 1,338-word exposé on the White House’s mismanagement of an annual scavenger hunt for brightly painted wooden balls, entitled “The Latest Test For the White House? Pulling Off Its Easter Egg Roll.”

The piece criticizes everything from the lateness with which the administration ordered its commemorative eggs to the number of eggs they ended up ordering (it was no where near what the Obamas ordered, for shame!) and the amount of tickets they have yet to send to local school children. And wait, there’s more!

Writer Julie Hirschfeld Davis actually lamented that no one yet knows whether Press Secretary Sean Spicer will once again be dressing up as the Easter Bunny.

It is unclear, for instance, whether Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary,……….

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New York Times Pens a 1,330-Word Essay on How Trump is Screwing Up the Easter Egg Roll | MRCTV

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