Trey Gowdy just revealed one truth that Democrats are terrified to admit in public

Democrats are trying to pull a fast one on the American people.

Former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy saw right through their scheme.

And Trey Gowdy just revealed one truth that Democrats are terrified to admit in public.

Even though President Joe Biden campaigned on a promise to unite the country, today he remains the same divisive, partisan hack that he’s always been.

In a primetime address, Biden called Donald Trump and the MAGA movement a threat to the foundation of the Republic and painted them as enemies of the state.

Democrats are dividing the country by falsely claiming their political opponents are “anti-democracy.”

The New York Times is the left-wing paper of record and the ringleader for the Fake News Media in attacking conservatives.

Fox News host Trey Gowdy shredded the Times for labeling conservatives as “anti-democratic.”

“Do you know the last Republican Presidential candidate that [The New York Times] endorsed?” Gowdy asked. “I want you to think hard because it was a long time ago, like half a century ago.”

“Dwight David Eisenhower was the last Republican candidate for President the New York Times deemed worthy of your vote,” Gowdy continued. “Not Ronald Reagan, not even the three Presidents who actually won New York.”

The Times endorsement of Eisenhower came in 1956 after the paper had endorsed Democrats in 15 straight Presidential elections.

“Nope,” Gowdy said. “General Eisenhower is the last Republican worthy of your vote.”

“The New York Times liked Senator McCain but not Presidential candidate McCain,” Gowdy explained. “They liked Senator Romney but not Presidential candidate Romney.”

The Times props up Republicans who are a thorn in the sides of conservatives and then discards them when they’re no longer politically useful.

“Not a single Republican candidate for President in my lifetime has been deemed worthy of your vote,” Gowdy said. “And the Times wonders where this belief in media bias comes from.”

“Reagan won the popular vote by nearly 20 percentage points. If you like unity and the country coming together, you should have loved 1984,” Gowdy continued. “I don’t think we’ll see a Presidential candidate unify the country like Reagan did in 1984, and even then it was the Times and the state of Minnesota on the other side.”

1984 Democratic Presidential candidate Walter Mondale only carried his home state of Minnesota while being trounced by Reagan.

“We hear the phrase ‘anti-democratic’ a lot from the writers at New York Times. Some might argue when you are on the other side of 525 electoral votes, you might be anti-democratic. So I’ll save you the mystery, the Times will endorse the Democrat candidate for President from now until the end of time, and we will continue not to care,” Gowdy concluded.

The absurd political bias of the New York Times is causing most of the country to ignore the corporate-controlled media.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.