Figures. Clinton Opposition Research Group Fed NY Times Info on Bogus Rubio Hit Piece

Well, well, well, what a complete shock!
The New York Times published a hit piece on GOP Senator Marco Rubio today with the screaming headline:

Marco Rubio and His Wife Cited 17 Times for Traffic Infractions

It’s not until the third paragraph that you find out that Marco had only four tickets of the traffic tickets over ten years ago his wife had the thirteen.

Then there’s this…

The liberal opposition group American Bridge fed the information to The New York Times.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:

The New York Times Friday report that Republican Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and his wife Jeanette have been cited 17 times for traffic violations was written after the citations were pulled by liberal opposition research firm American Bridge, according to Miami-Dade County court records.

Records show that each of the citations mentioned by the New York Times were pulled in person by American Bridge operatives on May 26, 2015.

Take for example the time Rubio was pulled over in 1997. “Mr. Rubio’s troubles behind the wheel predate his days in politics,” wrote the New York Times. “In 1997, when he was cited for careless driving by a Florida Highway Patrol officer, he was fined and took voluntary driving classes.”

GOP Chairman Reince Priebus told Greta Van Susteren tonight that every single record in The New York Times report was pulled by American Bridge, a Hillary opposition research group.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus went on ‘On the Record with Greta Van Susteren‘ tonight to discuss the latest stunt by the Democratic-media complex.

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