Fucking NY Times

Shocker: The New York Times actually is failing.

On the other hand, they’re showing what a fucking hypocrite Tom Cotton is.

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who rule our discourse are stupid irresponsible moral monsters. Pareene awhile back.

Civil society requires the toleration of the expression of opposing viewpoints, no matter how personally discomforting you may find them. Therefore, it would be profoundly hypocritical for the editorial staff of the New York Times opinion section not to immediately invite me to come to their offices to call them all morons and trolls.

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Countdown to WH response to this. Blinder-bound history-blind screams of “freedom of speech” and all that while crushing demonstrations.

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Extra hearts!!! Take them, take them!

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The passivest of voices plus he was no angelism. Fuck’s sake.

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Can I also include articles from the Daily Fail/Heil, too?

Because WTF?

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one of the comments:

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The people who work at the New York Times are deeply broken people.

WASHINGTON — Ever since Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez came to Congress as the youngest woman elected to the House, she has upended traditions, harnessing the power of social media and challenging leaders, including President Trump, who are 50 years her senior.
On Thursday, she had her most norm-shattering moment yet when she took to the House floor to read into the Congressional Record a sexist vulgarity that Representative Ted Yoho, a Florida Republican, had used to refer to her.
“In front of reporters, Representative Yoho called me, and I quote: ‘A fucking bitch,’” she said, punching each syllable in the vulgarity. “These are the words Representative Yoho levied against a congresswoman.”
Then Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, who excels at using her detractors to amplify her own political brand, invited a group of Democratic women in the House to come forward to express solidarity with her. One by one, they shared their own stories of harassment and mistreatment by men, including in Congress. More even than the profanity uttered on the House floor, where language is carefully regulated, what unfolded over the next hour was a remarkable moment of cultural upheaval on Capitol Hill.
Sure she was called a fucking bitch, but she used it to tik-tok her way into the hearts of the snapchat generation by elevating her brand!!!

As for “fucking bitch,” here’s the article about Yoho calling her that.

After a brief and tense exchange, the newspaper said, Mr. Yoho walked away from Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, uttering a pair of expletives.
They didn’t even quote Yoho using the naughty words, but they quoted AOC quoting him using the naughty words, because it UPENDED TRADITIONS, and was NORM-SHATTERING. You might say, UPPITY!

These fucking people.

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Or is it two people and one “the Black?” No need to name that one, of course.

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Updated July 28, 7:33am EDT.

To be fair to the headline writer, it’s not until Paragraph 8 that Reid is even mentioned (after Mantel , Tyler, and Zhang ).

Several novels in the running focus on race, including Kiley Reid’s “Such a Fun Age,” about two white people who compete for a Black woman’s attention to signal their progressive credentials. “There are voices from minorities often unheard, stories that are fresh, bold and absorbing,” said Margaret Busby, the chair of the judges, in a statement.

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