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Garbage Hot Take In The New York Times Reveals Much About Some Journalists

Thursday, March 9, 2017 12:57
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When the FBI announced they had made an arrest in connection
with threats being made to Jewish Community Centers across the
country, people were shocked to learn it was not a Trump supporter.
It was in fact, an anti-Trump clown who was fired from The
Intercept for fabricating quotes and sources.

Granted, when this news came out, some conservative outlets let
the mainstream media have it and why not? Once the reports of these
threats started getting reported, what happened? The threats were
tied to Trump, naturally. Look at this headline from the NY Times
on February 28:

Threats and Vandalism Leave American Jews on Edge in Trump
Era

This is par for the course. Any time it is determined a radical
Muslim committed a terrorist attack on the United States, the media
starts clutching at pearls about the “potential backlash.” Every
news report of a hate crime is treated as fact instead of
skepticism. Elizabeth Nolan Brown of Reason tweeted this several
days ago:

I’d be interested in seeing the research on that.

So what does the NY Times decide to do in the face of all of
this nonsense? "http://www.redstate.com//feed/https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/07/opinion/what-a-bomb-threat-suspects-story-reveals.html"
target="_blank">They publish this:

Fate seems to have dropped a giant gift on the doorsteps of
right-wing pundits and Twitter activists. Last Friday, the F.B.I.
announced the arrest of "http://www.redstate.com//feed/https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/03/nyregion/jewish-centers-bomb-threats-arrest.html"
target="_blank">a suspect in a series of bomb threats
aimed at
Jewish Community Centers and other Jewish organizations across the
country, and he wasn’t some Trump-loving white supremacist with a
history of violence and a racist manifesto in tow. No, he was a man
of the left, a reporter "http://www.redstate.com//feed/https://theintercept.com/2017/03/03/statement-on-the-arrest-of-former-intercept-reporter-juan-thompson/"
target="_blank">fired from the left-leaning website The
Intercept
for fabricating quotes and sources.

See? The question is not, “When will the media examine their
propensity to believe the worst about Republicans?” but rather,
“See how this became a gift for those damned
right-wingers???” 

When people are pointing the finger at you every day for these
things, there very well may be a smug reaction from conservative
pundits. Isn’t that to be expected? It’s certainly not, however,
the defining issue surrounding such stories. It has far more to do
with the media going along with the narrative because so many
reporters are conditioned to go along with accusations put forth by
Democrats.

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