The New York Times doesn’t want its readers to know about the astonishing economic recovery under President Trump.

Today’s print edition of the New York Times began with this sentence:

“U.S. economic output increased at the fastest pace on record last quarter as businesses began to reopen and customers returned to stores.” 

But unless you click precisely on “today’s paper,” you will not be able to find the story on the New York Times website at all. Even on “today’s paper,” the first sentence has become: 

Third-quarter growth set a record, fueled by federal assistance. 

The headline finds a negative take on the robust recovery:

Economy’s Big Rebound Leaves a Shortfall as Progress Slows

The economy may recover; American journalism is unlikely ever to recover a reputation for fairness after this election.