One for all and all for one! At least that’s what this tweet and story from Brian Stelter seem to convey since it appears he’s running cover for the New York Times staffers after the leftist rag published an anti-Semitic cartoon last week.
Don’t worry guys, the NYT staffers were alarmed and dismayed so don’t be mad at them about the awful, anti-Semitic cartoon and stuff!
Newsroom staffers at the |6850b31d6e6f492271028ea2861bcc6c| were alarmed and dismayed by the anti-Semitic cartoon in intl editions — AND by the paper's initial response https://t.co/b7hK9Gwyxm
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) April 29, 2019
According to sources at the newspaper, who spoke on condition of anonymity, staffers were alarmed to see that the image was published — and dismayed that the initial editor’s note was so feeble. They wanted a more detailed explanation.
Anonymous sources. Sure.
Finally, on Sunday afternoon, the Times issued a statement saying “we are deeply sorry” for the cartoon, and “we are committed to making sure nothing like this happens again.”
Except it was more than just one cartoon, tater.
Should we tell him?
Maybe someone should get Brian a copy of the NYT from this weekend instead.
Seems like they have a repeat problem….https://t.co/uBWzSd4K3M
— Terry Banet (@tebsf) April 29, 2019
The took down one anti-Semitic cartoon just to publish another.
First-time shame on them, second-time shame on you, Bri.
So alarmed that it took TWO days to take it down.
— Fred Flickinger (@Flickfred) April 29, 2019
And then they put another one up.
So not only do you shill for CNN bias you an apologist for NY TIMES antisemitism. Good job.
— David Lerner (@EXstrategy) April 29, 2019
So tell us how The New York Times can publish anything after having only one editor look at it?
And then tell us again how journalism is not failing across the board.
— Aaron B Brown (@AaronBBrown) April 29, 2019
And they learned nothing.https://t.co/2ASTWAM0q7
— Dan Goldwasser (@dgoldwas) April 29, 2019
Little man, they knew what they were doing. It was done with intent
— Davie (@daviejew) April 29, 2019
Honestly who in their right mind would publish such a thing much less make it?
Trump derangement syndrome is having a severe impact on the medias ability to think. Treatment should be collectively sought out.
— richard moore (@richmoore35) April 29, 2019
Stelter gonna have to work overtime carrying water for NYT on this one.
— Brad (@EastAug) April 29, 2019
Might need to eat his Wheaties for this one.
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