The New York Times just hit a new low.
Besides their vehement disrespect of President Trump, the newspaper frequently promotes violent behavior against conservative groups.
Their latest move just solidifies this behavior and proves they will go to any lengths to get their point across.
The New York Times recently hired a left-wing extremist whose tweets are both anti-police and racist.
Sarah Jeong is an activist-turned-journalist whose racist and feminist remarks on Twitter are outrageous, yet fully accepted by members of the New York Times team.
The Times recently issued a statement protecting Jeong and standing by her hire.
And Donald Trump just called them out for it.
“The New York Times is hiring a person of like mind—This is a person that probably thinks exactly like them,” Trump claimed during an interview with Breitbart News.
Donald Trump, Jr. also pointed out the double standard that Jeong is allowed to make racist comments without repercussions just because she is of an Asian ethnicity.
“Imagine she said the same thing about Hispanics, imagine she said that same thing about black people, people would be losing their minds, it would be outrage … it’s no different than any other form of racism,” he said.
“It’s ridiculous, it makes no sense to any rational person,” he said. “This is a narrative that the far left will push, and that’s ok and they’ll continue those attacks, and, again, I’m happy to let them keep doing that.”
He also claimed that the left would keep piling on the double standards and that this would not sit well with white people.
Trump, Jr. also claimed he was proud of the efforts his father was making to stand up against bigotry in the media world and for fighting for those who cannot.
“That doesn’t work anymore, the difference is they don’t play by rules, there is no honor code on the other side, they do what it takes to win,” he said. “We don’t fight the same way and I think we have to.”
Trump, Jr. continued in his rant against Jeong, later claiming that Democrats such as her were propping up Neo-socialists like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
“It doesn’t have to be fact-based, they find someone moderately attractive, they gave them a soapbox, the media builds them up to be the greatest thing since sliced bread,” he said, pointing out that they did the same thing with former President Barack Obama.
Regardless of her political affiliations, Jeong has led a hateful campaign against both the honorable police force and the white populace.
Any of her comments made against individuals or groups should be enough to fire her in and of itself — but not according to the New York Times.
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