Many consider the New York Times to be “the paper of record.” “Above political fray” while searching out the truth. But is it the truth they are seeking to blast onto the front page every morning? Not if Nicholas Dudich has anything to do with it, Audience Strategy Editor and self-described “video gatekeeper” at the New York Times.

According to Nicholas Dudich, objectivity is to come second to his own political beliefs and motivations. When asked by an undercover journalist working for Project Veritas whether or not he is “objective at the Times,” he replies, “No I’m not, that’s why I’m here.” Dudich goes onto make a claim that, by the end of this article, should be troubling to many: “My voice, my imprint is on every video we do.”

James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have released an undercover video of the Audience Strategy Editor at the New York Times, Nicholas Dudich, boasting about his lack of journalistic integrity and anti-Trump position. See the video here:

Project Veritas’ undercover journalist went on to ask Mr. Dudich if he could make good on a promise to put anti-Trump stories on the front page of the Times as he swiftly replies, “oh we always do.”

Nicholas Dudich quit his journalism position at Fusion ABC in order to take another job that did not deem him a “journalist,” in his efforts to join the Hillary Clinton campaign.

“I had to leave my job at Fusion ABC to take a job at Upworthy where I wasn’t deemed a journalist anymore to be able to work for the Clinton campaign.”

Nicholas Dudich continues to explain his “need” to get back into the news business after the Clinton campaign was defeated: “Like, after the Clinton campaign, I’m like, no I need to get back into the news and keep doing sh*t because, like, this isn’t going to change.”

Nicholas Dudich also explained his former role as a self-described member of Anti Fa, a group that has much in common with domestic terrorism.

“Yeah, I used to be an Anti Fa Punk once upon a time. So I had fun. They’d start sh*t, I’m like, I get to hit you. I’m so excited.”

According to Nicholas Dudich of the New York Times, he joined Anti Fa per the request of the FBI in an effort to gain knowledge of the group: “I joined that stuff for them [the FBI]. I was an asset. So it was intelligence gathering, seeing if they were [sic], what their agenda was, whether they were a threat or not.”

Dudich goes on to tell the undercover journalist about how he has met James Comey. As the journalist presses him for more information, Nicholas Dudich claims that James Comey is his godfather, stating that his parents were long-time friends with the Comeys. Project Veritas set out to verify this information through Nicholas Dudich’s own father and found the claims to be an outright fabrication.

“Yeah I don’t know why he would say that… Yeah I don’t know why… He’s not James Comey’s godson. I don’t even know James Comey.”

Project Veritas confronted Nicholas Dudich over the phone about his outright fabrication regarding James Comey being his godfather; Nicholas Dudich replied, “I thought it was a good story.”

One can only imagine how many “good stories” Nicholas Dudich has told through the New York Times’ video feeds. Stories that could very well have been a complete fabrication, as long as Nicholas Dudich got his hands on them. And according to Mr. Dudich, that is every video that is put onto Facebook, Youtube, and Instagram on behalf of the New York Times.