The New York Times committed a major faux pas on Saturday that would likely bury a right of center news outlet.
The newspaper tweeted what was seen by many as a racist assertion that black and Latino students rarely excel in math, before deleting it for being “poorly phrased.”
Unfortunately for The Times, the internet is forever.
Whoops, NYT. pic.twitter.com/jS3YOS7jbz
— Orwell & Goode (@OrwellNGoode) August 11, 2018
The Times’ liberal allies will give them a pass here, but social media users weren’t so generous to the newspaper that just added honky-hating Sarah Jeong to its editorial board.
Keep in mind, despite what your lying eyes may tell you, the liberal media narrative insists that the racists are on the right.
Here’s a sampling of responses
Looks like the mask slipped at the New York Times. Disgraceful. https://t.co/3lc9UPTbo0
— Carol Platt Liebau (@CPLiebau) August 12, 2018
No surprise here, just The New York Slimes caught yet again, trying beyond their ability to be a voice for world equality but failing miserably gosh damn it, when that old democratic, racist hatred creeps up on them like a recurring cancer that can never be completely healed.
— Ron Edwards (@citizen1st_org) August 11, 2018
Once you hire your first racist, it’s downhill from there.
— Larry Farlow (@LarryFarlow) August 12, 2018
No. Sarah will keep her job. A white republican male will be fired.If they can find one.
— John cooper (@Johncooper22) August 12, 2018
— Shamisen Kintsugi (@Hail_Benzaiten) August 11, 2018
They meant what they said the first time. Deep down, liberals are the rock-solid racists. They see everything through the prism of skin color.
— Andrew D. Atwood (@andrewdatwood) August 12, 2018
A racist is someone who only sees the world through the lens of race. Way to prove the point, NYT.
— Kathryn Arata (@momarata) August 11, 2018
— ❌Yours Truly 🇺🇸 (@ToBeObtuse) August 12, 2018
— TJS18Alpha (@TJS18Alpha) August 12, 2018
— J (@ARaised_Eyebrow) August 12, 2018
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