So, the New York Times has a big front-page story today about how nobody believed that subsidies would be unavailable to people in states without their own exchanges.
And they run the story without even mentioning that Obamacare “architect” Jonathan Gruber once said the opposite and has been backpedaling furiously ever since.
Any story claiming that the wording of the law was all just an unfortunate mistake has to at least deal with the Gruber embarrassment. Pretending he isn’t there won’t make him go away.
How can we trust the New York Times’ stories when they so often leave out crucial facts that run contra to the desired narrative? Short answer: We can’t.