NYT swiftly deletes crazy Brett Kavanaugh ‘penis’ tweet

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The New York Times, a 167-year-old paper that touts itself as a paragon of so-called “quality journalism,” has managed to beclown itself on social media for the third time in a matter of only days.

Having a penis thrust in your face at a drunken dorm party may seem like harmless fun. But when Brett Kavanaugh did it to her, Deborah Ramirez says, it confirmed that she didn’t belong at Yale in the first place,” a stunning tweet posted by the Times on Saturday reads.

Look at a screenshot of the since-deleted tweet below:

In addition to portraying sexual assault as “harmless fun,” the tweet also smeared Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh via disputed, unproven allegations.

The backlash to the tweet was so swift that the Times was reportedly forced to delete it and issue a casual retraction within only minutes of posting it.

“We have deleted an earlier tweet to this article that was poorly phrased,” the outlet initially tweeted.

However, this too was soon deleted after even more backlash ensued.

“We deleted a previous tweet regarding this article. It was offensive, and we apologize,” the virulently left-wing paper’s final retraction and apology reads.

As of Sunday morning, this apologetic tweet boasted a ratio of nearly 800 comments to only about 150 retweets. The scathing criticism seen in the comments concerned every aspect of the Times’ tweet storm, including (*Language warning) …

The paper’s portrayal of sexual assault as “harmless” fun:

The paper’s attempts to downplay its habitually “abysmal” brand of “journalism”:

The paper’s continued smearing of Kavanaugh:

President Donald Trump eventually responded to the smear as well on Sunday by accusing the “LameStream Media” of trying to “scare” Kavanaugh “into turning Liberal”:

Saturday’s tweet fiasco marked the third time in only five days that the Times had posted something offensive and arguably ignorant.

Last Monday, on the 43rd anniversary of the death of China’s most brutal dictator, Mao Zedong, the Times posted a tweet celebrating him as “one of history’s great revolutionary figures.”

Note that Mao was a man who was so brutal that his administration literally put children to death for petty crimes like stealing a potato.

“State retribution for tiny thefts, such as stealing a potato, even by a child, would include being tied up and thrown into a pond; parents were forced to bury their children alive or were doused in excrement and urine, others were set alight, or had a nose or ear cut off,” The Independent notes.

Mao’s administration also deliberately starved the ill and elderly.

“People were forced to work naked in the middle of winter; 80 percent of all the villagers in one region of a quarter of a million Chinese were banned from the official canteen because they were too old or ill to be effective workers, so [they] were deliberately starved to death.”

Only two days, on the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, the Times screwed up again by posting a tweet that essentially blamed the terror attacks on airplanes versus Islamic terrorists.

“18 years have passed since airplanes took aim and brought down the World Trade Center,” the left-wing outlet wrote.

Following backlash, the paper reworded the tweet but still refused to blame the Sept. 11 attacks on their true perpetrators:


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