James Woods truths: Actor fills in the blanks omitted by NY Times in story on Huma Abedin

Actor James Woods is at it again, sharing tidbits of truth the liberal media would rather you didn’t know.

Getty James Woods, 2017 Writers Guild Awards L.A. Ceremony
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The outspoken conservative actor, a staunch supporter of President Trump, called out The New York Times on Wednesday after the newspaper reported that Trump accused “a former Clinton aide of ‘disregarding basic security protocols,’ and calling his own Justice Department a ‘deep state.'”

This being a reference to a tweet the president posted on Tuesday.


Filling in the blanks, as he is known to do, Woods tweeted a few pertinent facts omitted by The Times.

One of the fact’s being that Abedin’s husband, the disgraced former congressman and legendary perv Anthony Weiner, is in prison.

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In emails released via a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch, Abedin forwarded sensitive State Department email that included passwords to government systems to her personal Yahoo email account — Yahoo was later hacked by foreign agents.

But The Times, like many media outlets, is having trouble reading the handwriting on the wall when it comes to shoddy reporting.

The question being, is it too late for The Gray Lady?

As expected, Woods had plenty of support from social media users… here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:



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