The New York Times and its publications are not honest brokers. Since the days of communist-sympathizer Walter Duranty, who helped cover up Josef Stalin’s mass starvation of Ukraine, that paper has worked from a worldview and with an agenda. That was in the 1930s. They haven’t improved since then. -Bryan Preston
On Tuesday, the public learned that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died of natural causes. Just a few days before that, the public learned that the “Russian Bounty” story was fake.
In other words, in the span of a week, the “newspaper of record” has been exposed for grossly misleading the public about two major stories — both designed to discredit President Donald Trump.
Not only was the Times’ untrue story about Sicknick’s death accepted as fact by every news media organization from the Wall Street Journal to the Washington Post, political pundits on the NeverTrump Right also regurgitated the narrative that Sicknick was “murdered” as did lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
- Julie Kelly
THE PUBLIC EDITOR; Is The New York Times a Liberal Newspaper? By DANIEL OKRENT JULY 25, 2004
OF course it is. The fattest file on my hard drive is jammed with letters from the disappointed, the dismayed and the irate who find in this newspaper a liberal bias that infects not just political coverage but a range of issues from abortion to zoology to the appointment of an admitted Democrat to be its watchdog. (That would be me.)
Incompetence, Oops, Press, Politics, Lie, Trump
WASHINGTON — Phone records and intercepted calls show that members of Donald J. Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the election, according to four current and former American officials.
American law enforcement and intelligence agencies intercepted the communications around the same time they were discovering evidence that Russia was trying to disrupt the presidential election by hacking into the Democratic National Committee, three of the officials said.
“Exhibit A for the advantages of government provision [of healthcare] is the veterans administration, which runs its own hospitals and clinics, and provides some of the best-quality healthcare in America at far lower cost than the private sector." -Paul Krugman, Former Enron Advisor
Healthcare That Works
And the government has a particularly good record in medical care. Take the hospital system run by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the largest integrated health system in the United States. It is fully government run, much more “socialized medicine” than is Canadian health care with its private doctors and hospitals. And the system for veterans is by all accounts one of the best-performing and most cost-effective elements in the American medical establishment. -Nicholas D. Kristof, New York Times
Image: New York Times
Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare
(CNN) -- A Missouri VA hospital is under fire because it may have exposed more than 1,800 veterans to life-threatening diseases such as hepatitis and HIV.
Government, Incompetence, Oops, Socialism, Healthcare
More than 1.5 million medical orders were canceled by the Department of Veterans Affairs without any guarantee the patients received the treatment or tests they needed, the Washington Examiner has found... What happened to other 1.5 million appointments is something that no one, including top officials at the veterans’ agency, can answer.
New York Times employees walked out of their office on Thursday to protest expected layoffs https://t.co/C02BQlMaGy pic.twitter.com/1znZJRG7KM— HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) June 29, 2017
Yes, We Mean Literally Abolish the Police
The New York Times
The first thing to point out is that police officers don’t do what you think they do.
They spend most of their time responding to noise complaints, issuing parking and traffic citations, and dealing with other noncriminal issues.
We’ve been taught to think they "catch the bad guys; they chase the bank robbers; they find the serial killers," said Alex Vitale, the coordinator of the Policing and Social Justice Project at Brooklyn College, in an interview with Jacobin.
But this is "a big myth," he said.
Liberal, Financial, Narrative, Oops, Press, Greed
New York Times staffers unhappy with management are letting publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. know it. In recent days, more than 270 current and former Times employees have signed an open letter expressing their “profound dismay” with recent company decisions...
Indeed, outgoing CEO Janet Robinson -- the unnamed executive-- will reportedly take home a $15 million exit package, according to Reuters. Times staffers with stock options have seen the share price drop from over $35 at the beginning of Robinson's tenure in 2003 to less than $8 at opening on Tuesday.
Liberal, Incompetence, Financial, Funny, Oops, Press
After purchasing the Boston Globe in 1993 for a then-record $1.1 billion, the financially troubled New York Times just announced it sold the 141 year-old paper to Boston Red Sox owner John Henry for a mere $70 million. That's a straight 93% loss. Figuring in two decades of inflation would only make it worse -- as does the fact the Times retains the Globe's pension liabilities, estimated at over $100 million.
I still read the NYT first thing in the morning. I don’t want to feel as if everything I read is basically tilted through wish-fulfillment, narrative-proving, and ideology. But with this kind of record, how can I not?
Liberal, Character, Funny, Press
SHUCHMAN–Amos, of New York, on February 1, 2013. Beloved and caring husband of Alice Shuchman for 51 years, father of Daniel (Lori Lesser) and Nina (Brian Roth), grandfather of Jacob, Sarah, Aaron and Ariela. Born in Tel Aviv in 1928, fought bravely in the Haganah. Loved his family, his birth and adopted countries, finance, skiing, opera, ballet and biking in Central Park. Loved everything about NYC, except the New York Times. Services at Beth El Cemetery (Or Zarua section), Paramus, NJ, Sunday at 11am. Memorial contributions to a charity of your choice. His fearless heart still beats within all of us. Shalom, Saba.
Editorial, Character, Funny, Law, Constitution
Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas had an unkind comment for the New York Times Thursday. When asked by an attendee of his Roy R. and Virginia F. Ray Lecture at the University of Kentucky whether he reads the Gray Lady every day, the jurist marvelously replied, "Oh, God, no!"
ONLY two of the 20-plus reporters who covered the presidential campaign for The New York Times were black. None were Latino or Asian.
That’s less diversity than you’ll find in Donald Trump’s cabinet thus far.
Of The Times’s newly named White House team, all six are white, as is most everyone in the Washington bureau. -Liz Spayd, NYT Public Editor
Liberal, Press, Politics, Corruption
Journalism: Is the New York Times a news organization or a front for left-wing activists? Reporter Natasha Lennard was filmed leading an Occupy Wall Street panel, offering radicals tips on keeping their identities secret. Openly. In a video that appeared on BigGovernment.com, Lennard, a Times freelance reporter who was arrested with 700 other leftists for shutting down the Brooklyn Bridge this month, revealed herself to be within the actual leadership of the Occupy Wall Street protest movement.
The New York Times
Insinuates Sarah Palin Responsible for Giffords Shooting
Unbelievable. The Times is still peddling this despicable lie. https://t.co/TyGFopPt6m pic.twitter.com/2wibKRbmnQ— James Taranto (@jamestaranto) June 15, 2017
The left-leaning Washington Post awarded four "Pinocchios" to the lie that former Alaska Gov. incited schizophrenic Jared Loughner to shoot Democratic Rep. Gabby Giffords in 2011 - a long-debunked claim that the NYT used to attack Republicans...
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Press, Sexism
During Abramson’s tenure as managing editor, many women at the Times came to see her as their advocate. When women received promotions, Abramson often hosted a celebratory party for them. These events got to be so frequent, the European correspondent Suzanne Daley joked, “it almost became ‘Oh, G--, another party!’ I credit her with being the first woman to hit that level and actually bring other people along.” But the support that Abramson provides for women makes some men at the Times nervous. One male correspondent says, “She plays favorites, it is said. Especially for women.”
A Former Enron Advisor PrognosticatesIt really does now look like President Donald J. Trump, and markets are plunging. When might we expect them to recover?
-Former Enron Advisor Paul Krugman, Nov 9, 2016
Fast Forward to CNN Money, Nov 21, 2016:
The post-election euphoria on Wall Street continues to grow.
The S&P 500 climbed to all-time highs on Monday, notching its first record close since August. The index is now up nearly 3% since Donald Trump's election. The Dow also hit a new high, taking it closer to the 19,000 level...
Many predicted stocks would plunge, or even crash, should Trump upset Hillary Clinton. Initially that did happen, with overnight markets plummeting the night of the election...
Yet that freakout proved short-lived, with stocks racing higher on Election Day. Instead of focusing on fears that Trump could start a trade war, investors are hoping the president-elect will unleash the U.S. economy by cutting taxes, rolling back regulation and ramping up infrastructure spending.
Liberal, Hate, Smears, Elitism, Stereotyping
New York Times columnist David Carr responds to Bill Maher implying Alabama and Kansas are not the "smart states." David Carr: "If it's Kansas, Missouri, no big deal. You know, that's the dance of the low-sloping foreheads. The middle places, right? [pause] Did I just say that aloud?"
NYT: People Of Color Shut Out Of Coveted Jobs...
At The Times, on the other hand, people of color seem shut out of all sorts of coveted jobs: the top digital strategists, the top managers, the precious ranks of cultural critics, the White House press corps, the opinion columnists, the national politics jobs - all are overwhelmingly white.
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Press
The New York Times Company today abruptly announced that its 61-year-old chief executive officer, Janet Robinson... An SEC filing says Ms. Robinson will get $4.5 million plus health insurance... The Times itself reported that Ms. Robinson's pay in 2009 was $4.9 million, so she'll earn almost as much as a retired consultant as as a full-time CEO.
For starters, it’s important to accept that the New York Times has always — or at least for many decades — been a far more editor-driven, and self-conscious, publication than many of those with which it competes...
By and large, talented reporters scrambled to match stories with what internally was often called “the narrative.” We were occasionally asked to map a narrative for our various beats a year in advance, square the plan with editors, then generate stories that fit the pre-designated line. -Michael Cieply
Environmentalist, Hypocrisy, Liberal
Thomas Friedman's huge mansion.
Liberal, Hate, Character
Mark Bittman, a New York Times food critic, admits he used an "inappropriate phrase" in an August 3 blog posting about Chick-Fil-A. In fact, it was down right Bitter, man, because he seemed to be rejoicing that a vice president of the fast food company had died of a heart attack back in July. Bittman apologized to his readers for the giddiness he displayed about the death of Chick-Fil-A's Vice President of Public Relations, Don Perry, who passed away on July 27.
New York Times Editor:
"Crappy Jew Year"
"Disgusting. But we shouldn’t expect any better from the New York Times. This is who they are."
-Donald Trump Jr
“I was going to say ‘Crappy Jew Year,’ but one of my resolutions is to be less anti-Semitic,” Wright-Piersanti tweeted on Jan. 1, 2010, at 9:35 a.m. “So…. HAPPY Jew Year. You Jews.” -Tom Wright-Piersanti
Liberal, Hate, Press, Smears, Demagoguery, Lie, Ignorance
And there’s a huge contrast in the media. Listen to Rachel Maddow or Keith Olbermann, and you’ll hear a lot of caustic remarks and mockery aimed at Republicans. But you won’t hear jokes about shooting government officials or beheading a journalist at The Washington Post. Listen to Glenn Beck or Bill O’Reilly, and you will. -Former Enron adviser Paul Krugman
Liberal, Press, Religion
Former investigative reporter Jill Abramson will become the first female executive editor in the nearly 160-year history of The New York Times in September, the newspaper announced on Thursday. "In my house growing up, The Times substituted for religion. If The Times said it, it was the absolute truth," Abramson, a native New Yorker, said
The bigger shock came on being told, at least twice, by Times editors who were describing the paper’s daily Page One meeting: “We set the agenda for the country in that room.” -Michael Cieply
Liberal, Violence, Character, Press, AntiAmerican, Bigbrother, Communism
“Yup, I gotta confess, that now-famous picture of a U.S. marshal in Miami pointing an automatic weapon toward Donato Dalrymple and ordering him in the name of the U.S. government to turn over Elian Gonzalez warmed my heart.” -Thomas Friedman
Sadly, the Times' high standards were buried with Abe Rosenthal.
Liberal, Character, Press
Local left-wing activist Jordan Flaherty led a demonstration last summer celebrating the convictions of five New Orleans police officers in the shooting of unarmed civilians on the Danziger Bridge after Hurricane Katrina... Last week, Flaherty helped to cover the sentencing of the five officers as a reporter for The New York Times. He was credited as a contributor to the newspaper's report.
Liberal, Hate, Racism, Press, Smears, Stereotyping
So what do Tea Partiers have in common? They are overwhelmingly white, but even compared to other white Republicans, they had a low regard for immigrants and blacks long before Barack Obama was president, and they still do.
All The Liberal Narrative That's Fit To Push...
Dean Baquet says that after the NY Times was caught "flat-footed" by the dramatic implosion of the Russia collusion hoax they peddled, the team must do a better job with their new narrative: that their political opponents, including Trump, are racist.
New York Times Misinformation...
The Times could have — and should have — known that its story was false from the beginning, or at least not credible enough to publish. But why bother checking facts when attacking Trump is your main goal?
Liberal, Funny, Narrative, Press
Despite winning three Pulitzer Prizes, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman bombed on Jeopardy! Friday. By the end of the show, he had amassed a pitiful $1,000 placing him third behind CNN’s Anderson Cooper and NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell.
In a recent column about the Wisconsin governor, a conservative Republican, New York Times columnist Gail Collins wrote that Walker had cut state aid to education, causing teacher layoffs in 2010. But Walker didn’t take office until 2011. Whoops. - Nick Gass
Liberal, Press, Bias
When The Times covers a national presidential campaign, I have found that the lead editors and reporters are disciplined about enforcing fairness and balance, and usually succeed in doing so. Across the paper’s many departments, though, so many share a kind of political and cultural progressivism — for lack of a better term — that this worldview virtually bleeds through the fabric of The Times. As a result, developments like the Occupy movement and gay marriage seem almost to erupt in The Times, overloved and undermanaged, more like causes than news subjects. -Arthur Brisbane, New York Times Public Editor
Once, in the Los Angeles bureau, I listened to a visiting National staff reporter tell a contact, more or less: “My editor needs someone to say such-and-such, could you say that?”
Jan. 2021: New York Times Spreads Misinformation...
On Jan. 8, The New York Times reported that Officer Sicknick had died after being struck in the head with a fire extinguisher by violent Trump supporters.
This story was quickly repeated by numerous other media outlets. Millions believed it.
The story was false.
New York Times Not Pleased With Anti-Communist Protests ...
Thousand of Cubans, some carrying American flags, erupted in street protest Sunday afternoon...
The New York Times’ social media clearly did not enjoy the sight of Cubans demanding their freedom. It framed a protest for freedom as “anti-government.”
"I'm a journalist - but the Left as a rule does not want to hear thoughtful disagreement."
Progressive Causes at the New York Times...
And if, every now and then, she succeeds in getting a piece published that does not explicitly promote progressive causes, it happens only after every line is carefully massaged, negotiated and caveated.
Liberal, Press, Bias
OF course it is. The fattest file on my hard drive is jammed with letters from the disappointed, the dismayed and the irate who find in this newspaper a liberal bias that infects not just political coverage but a range of issues from abortion to zoology to the appointment of an admitted Democrat to be its watchdog... These are the social issues: gay rights, gun control, abortion and environmental regulation, among others. And if you think The Times plays it down the middle on any of them, you've been reading the paper with your eyes closed. -Daniel Okrent, New York Times Public Editor
Hypocrisy, Editorial, Liberal, Union, Character, Financial, Oops, Press, Greed
I wandered down to the New York Times building in Manhattan this afternoon to watch the walkout, and I spoke to a union representative. I asked him whether he was concerned by the gap between the Times’s treatment of its unionized staff, and the pro-union rhetoric of the paper’s editorial board. He told me, “We have a problem with that. We’ve realized that what we’ve said in the New York Times editorial pages is not what is being followed…they fly in the face of their own editorial board…it’s just money.”
Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Press, Tolerance, Diversity
Incoming South Carolina senator Tim Scott told Fox News that a New York Times op-ed that called him a “token” of the Republican Party should not be taken seriously. “I thought it was funny actually,” Scott told Fox News Thursday. “You can’t take that editorial seriously if you understand the record that South Carolina has had and the record of achievement that I have been fortunate enough to have in public office.”
NYT Legal Defense: Our News Story Contained Opinions...
Early arguments in the case included remarkable exchanges between New York Times lawyers, Project Veritas lawyers, and Judge Wood.
But from the standpoint of readers interested in the state of journalism today, perhaps the most remarkable was the outlet's defense that Astor and Hsu, both news reporters, freely injected opinion into their reports.
One reader from California who asked not to be named believes Times reporters and editors are trying to sway public opinion toward their own beliefs. “I never thought I’d see the day when I, as a liberal, would start getting so frustrated with the one-sided reporting that I would start hopping over to the Fox News webpage to read an article and get the rest of the story that the NYT refused to publish,” she says. -Liz Spayd, NYT Public Editor
Liberal, Guns, Brilliance, Oops
Mr. LaPierre offered no support for any of the proposals made in the last week, like banning assault rifles or limiting high-capacity ammunition...
Liberal, Incompetence, Funny, Brilliance, Oops, Press, Religion, Ignorance
Easter is the celebration of the resurrection into heaven of Jesus, three days after he was crucified, the premise for the Christian belief in an everlasting life. -New York Times, "Pope Calls for ‘Peace in All the World’ in First Easter Message."
Character, Racism, Oops, Press, Immigration
WASHINGTON, April 10 (AP)--The Border Patrol's crackdown on Mexican wetbacks has reduced crime and disease rates and demands for public welfare funds in United States communities along the Mexican border, it was disclosed today. -New York Times, April 11, 1955
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Financial, Greed, Jobs
The New York Times invites ambitious, motivated graduate students in journalism to apply for semester-long internships on one of our news desks... Salary: Unpaid
Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times should be tossed because the paper made “an honest mistake” when it said she incited a 2011 shooting that severely wounded Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords and killed six people, a lawyer for the Gray Lady said on Friday.
“There was an honest mistake in posting the editorial,” lawyer David Schultz told Manhattan federal Judge Jed Rakoff.
Hypocrisy, Liberal, Financial, Oops, Press, Feminism, Sexism, Jobs
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said the firing of executive editor Jill Abramson is a “perfect example” of why the Senate should address pay disparity between men and women. Reid said he saw reporting by the New Yorker that Abramson was ousted after she confronted the paper’s senior leadership about receiving less in pay and pension benefits than her predecessor, Bill Keller. She also received less money as managing editor than a male colleague who served as deputy managing editor, according to the New Yorker.
Daniel Okrent, while ombudsman for the New York Times, wrote that "Paul Krugman has the disturbing habit of shaping, slicing and selectively citing numbers."
Liberal, Hate, Character, Press, Smears
Today Dean Baquet called a U.S.C. professor an “asshole” on Facebook after that professor criticized Baquet’s decision, as executive editor of The New York Times, not to publish any of the Charlie Habdo cartoons depicting Mohammad... The professor in question is Marc Cooper, who teaches at U.S.C.’s Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism in Los Angeles.
Liberal, Hate, Character, Racism, Press
The New York Times did an analysis of opponents of the nuclear deal today, taking a highlighter to the Jews even though more Jewish members than not back the president. “Though more Jewish members of Congress support the deal than oppose it, the Democrats against the deal are more likely to be Jewish or represent Jewish constituencies,” the brief article states.
Ben Berkon of the New York Times
A message to Ivanka Trump
"Fuck you and your entire family."
“F-ck you and your entire family,” Ben Berkon of the NY Times wrote to Ivanka Trump. Ivanka, as you’ll know, has three underage children.
Berkon also wished “nothing but the worst” on Donald Trump Jr’s underage children, tweeting, “you, your dad, and your entire family are scum of the earth. I wish you all nothing but the f-cking worst!”
Considering that the Times recently held a staff meeting at which employees strategized over how best to undermine President Trump, Sulzberger doesn’t have much standing to complain about media bias.
Liberal, Hate, Character, Press, Media, Bias
A New York Times staffer tweeted out “F*ck you Jeb Bush” Tuesday, before quickly deleting the tweet. The Blaze’s Oliver Darcy drew attention to Philip B. Richardson‘s tweet, and screen-capped it once the Times writer tried to delete it.
NYT: Masquerading As Journalists, Lacking in Character...
"Again, I am from the New York Times and I’m letting everyone in the New York Times know what kind of fucking assholes you are. Congrats on being a laughing stock. You fucking ghouls. I hope that there is a God in heaven so he judges you when you die."
In an indication of what was to come, the founder of the New York Times’ 1619 Project penned a lengthy racist screed attacking all white people in 1995.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, the lead essayist on New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project, wrote a letter to the editor in Notre Dame’s The Observer stating that “the white race is the biggest murderer, rapist, pillager, and thief of the modern world.”
Liberal, Character, Sex, Degeneracy, Abortion
The New York Times has some advice for parents considering what costume their preteen girls should wear this Halloween: Go “sexy.”
For the Times, columnist Leora Tanenbaum, a senior writer and editor for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, tells parents that if their little girls want to play “sexy cat,” then they should let them don the whiskers, fishnet stockings, and skimpy leotards. Or, Tanenbaum helpfully writes, let your little angel be a “Sexy police officer. Sexy nurse. Sexy angel. Sexy devil.”
"In my house growing up, The Times substituted for religion. If The Times said it, it was the absolute truth."
An enlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else...
But the lessons that ought to have followed the election—lessons about the importance of understanding other Americans, the necessity of resisting tribalism, and the centrality of the free exchange of ideas to a democratic society—have not been learned.
Instead, a new consensus has emerged in the press, but perhaps especially at this paper: that truth isn’t a process of collective discovery, but an orthodoxy already known to an enlightened few whose job is to inform everyone else.
New York Times: Dead Wrong...
"Mr. Sicknick, 42, an officer for the Capitol Police, died on Thursday from brain injuries he sustained after Trump loyalists who overtook the complex struck him in the head with a fire extinguisher, according to two law enforcement officials."
Feb 2021: CNN reported that investigators have determined that initial reports about Sicknick being hit with a fire extinguisher are not true and that medical examiners "did not find signs that the officer sustained any blunt force trauma"
Liberal, Character, Press, Corruption
Politico’s Glenn Thrush, who was exposed in WikiLeaks emails sending stories to Hillary Clinton staffers before publication, will be joining the New York Times to cover the White House, The Huffington Post reported Monday...
“No worries Because I have become a hack I will send u the whole section that pertains to u,” Thrush wrote to Podesta in an April 2015 email. “Please don’t share or tell anyone I did this Tell me if I fucked up anything.”
The New York Times' Political Position...
"I turned to my wife and I said, 'The Times is absolutely committed to making sure that this guy does not get elected.'"
The New York Times
* Liberal Narrative Fail *
One of the most significant of these falsehoods was the tale — endorsed over and over without any caveats by the media for more than a month — that Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick was murdered by the pro-Trump mob when they beat him to death with a fire extinguisher.
That claim was first published by The New York Times on January 8 in an article headlined “Capitol Police Officer Dies From Injuries in Pro-Trump Rampage.”
Liberal, Hate, Character, Misogyny, Oops, Press, Smears, Trump
The New York Times reporter that referred to First Lady Melania Trump as "a hooker" has apologized. "I want to take ownership of a mistake I made," New York Times features writer Jacob Bernstein said on Twitter. "Speaking at a party in what I thought was a personal conversation, I nevertheless made a stupid remark about the first lady."
New York Times: Guillotine and Axe Emojis in Slack for Centrists...
I do not understand how you have allowed this kind of behavior to go on inside your company in full view of the paper’s entire staff and the public. And I certainly can’t square how you and other Times leaders have stood by while simultaneously praising me in private for my courage.
Showing up for work as a centrist at an American newspaper should not require bravery.
New York Times Editor Has "Chills"...
"Biden landing at Joint Base Andrews now. I have chills."
Liberal, Incompetence, Oops, Press
The New York Times issued a correction Thursday on an article that incorrectly claimed all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies agreed that “Russia orchestrated the attacks, and did it to help get [Trump] elected.”...
The NYT’s correction notes that: “The assessment was made by four intelligence agencies — the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Security Agency. The assessment was not approved by all 17 organizations in the American intelligence community.”...
Former FBI Director James Comey refuted this false claim in a congressional hearing in May, stating that the assessment was only from the NSA, FBI and the CIA.
“I am disgusted but not surprised by this latest revelation out of the New York Times,” Grisham said in a statement provided exclusively to Breitbart News. “Will there be consequences? Doubtful. The New York Times is too busy weaponizing journalism to harass this President and the people who work for him to bother holding their own people accountable.”
Grisham’s comments come in response to a Breitbart News expose that found Wright-Piersanti, an editor on the politics desk at the Times, made a number of racist and antisemitic comments on Twitter over the years.
Liberal, Incompetence, Funny, Science, Narrative, Oops, Press, Trump
Scientists appear to have debunked The New York Times' claim it was leaked a secret, gloomy climate change report which it published amid fears President Trump would suppress it...
The story, titled “Scientists fear Trump will dismiss blunt climate report,” said the draft report “has not yet been made public” but “a copy of it was obtained by The New York Times.” The paper also said “those who challenge scientific data on human-caused climate change" are worried the report will be publicly released.
But those who worked on the report are pushing back against the claims, saying the version that was obtained and posted in full by the New York Times has actually been online and available to the public for months.
Meet Sarah Jeong. She’s the newest member of the New York Times editorial board. She also has a history of saying pretty vile, racist things on Twitter. -Larry O'Connor
NYT: Wuhan Lab Leak Theory Is Fringe, Tin Foil Hat...
Instead of doing what journalists are supposed to do - ask questions - the Times led the charge in stigmatizing debate about COVID-19’s origins as a ‘fringe theory’.
Alexandra Stevenson, the Times’s Hong Kong reporter, called it ‘the kind of conspiracy once reserved for tinfoil hatters’.
Liberal, Racism, Narrative, Oops, Press, Lie, Healthcare, Media, Censorship
A top editor at the New York Times instructed Times staffers not to investigate the origins of COVID-19, two Times employees confirmed today.
‘In early 2020,’ a veteran Times employee tells me, ‘I suggested to a senior editor at the paper that we investigate the origins of COVID-19. I was told it was dangerous to run a piece about the origins of the coronavirus. There was resistance to running anything that could suggest that [COVID-19 was manmade or had leaked accidentally from a lab].’...
Yet the Times, according to two well-placed sources, refused to investigate the biggest story of our time. Instead, senior editors are alleged to have suppressed efforts to probe the virus’s origins, and the Times led the charge to dismiss any questioning of the WHO’s now-discredited line as conspiracist or even ‘racist’.
New York Times' botched Kavanaugh story the latest in series of blunders from Opinion section...