Despite portraying themselves as objective reporters, the so-called “journalists” at The New York Times seem to host a glaring bias against white people, whom some might argue they outright hate with a passion.
Consider for instance a shocking “report” the Times ran last week that suggested the predominantly white state of New Hampshire needs to change because it’s “nearly all white,” and this has allegedly “posed an array of problems for new arrivals, who often find themselves isolated and alone, without the comfort and support of a built-in community.”
Speaking during Wednesday evening’s broadcast of his eponymously titled Fox News program, host Tucker Carlson summarized the piece as essentially being an argument that “whiteness is inherently offensive to others, especially immigrants.”
“According to The New York Times, Americans have an obligation to change their culture to suit foreigners and not the other way around. But more than anything, the paper said, the state must become less white quickly, like the rest of the country,” he explained.
“Its current demographics are an outrage. A group of self-appointed officials and business leaders is working to change the racial makeup of New Hampshire right now. Thank God, says the Times.”
Except this mentality reeks of racism. Actual racism, that is, versus the fake racism stories frequently peddled by the left-wing media as examples of President Donald Trump’s alleged bigotry.
“Attitudes like this will destroy our country faster than anthrax and Al Qaeda combined,” Carlson continued. “Racism is poison. Let’s be clear, so that even the bigots at The New York Times can understand: No race is inherently better than any other race. There can’t be too many of any group.”
Sadly, Carlson’s sensible rhetoric will likely fall on deaf ears, particularly in light of a new report that the Times has effectively doubled down on its anti-white racism. How so? By hiring a new contributor, Sarah Jeong, who has a history of posting anti-white rhetoric to Twitter.
Here’s a screenshot compilation of reported archived tweets put together by a Twitter user:
While these tweets could conceivably be construed as jokes — lousy jokes, mind you — it’s telling that the Times would hire someone like Jeong. Can you imagine the Times, let alone any mainstream media outlet, hiring someone who had posted similarly themed “jokes” about black people? Probably not.
Here’s social media’s reaction to Jeong’s hiring:
Liberals hate you.
Don’t believe me.
Believe them. https://t.co/edRdznB7XI
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) August 2, 2018
So her elaborate use of foul language secured her job with NYT. Once again true colors are showing.
— Maura (@Maura92938384) August 2, 2018
For years we have been hearing that recruiters check your social media etc. Apparently not at NYT
— Julius Dominique G. (@JayDnG) August 2, 2018
They barely checked their sources why would they check their employees social media ??
— Punchinello (@sharknado_bait) August 2, 2018
More plausible that they DID check it and agree with her.
— #3D Jenn Jacques (@JennJacques) August 2, 2018
I’d say it’s pretty much par for the course for the @nytimes to hire a racist liberal that wouldn’t be hired by 90% of companies after reading these.
— Tejas (@TejasGooner) August 2, 2018
If she used any other race here it would be all over Twitter and people would be complaining that we need to run her into the ground. But because it’s about white people, it’s ok. Thanks @nytimes for hiring this type of person
— Jordan Conroy (@Jordan_Conroy9) August 2, 2018
Dovetailing back to Carlson, he concluded his monologue Wednesday by issuing a much-needed reminder to the leftists at the Times and elsewhere.
“There’s nothing wrong with the way [the white people in New Hampshire] look. They are not defective or inadequate because of their skin color. It’s amazing I even have to say, that but nobody is defective or inadequate because of his or her skin color. All of us should remember that and demand that our leaders remember it too. Many have forgotten it.”
As have the “journalists” at The New York Times.
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