The New York Times Lauded The ‘Political Ascendancy’ Of a Democrat Mayor Now Facing Over 10 Felony Child Sex Assault Charges.

A Democratic Mayor for the city of Sebastopol, California will stand trial following an indictment for nearly a dozen felony crimes in connection to a child sex assault investigation. Robert Jacob, 44, was arrested in April 2021 on 11 felony and one misdemeanor sexual assault charges against a minor. The charges against the Black Lives Matter (BLM) supporter and “defund the police” advocate included committing lewd acts with a child ages 14 to 15, participating in sexual penetration of a child under 16, making a child under 16 available to another person for lewd or lascivious acts, and distribution of

New York Times Reporter Admits ‘A Ton of FBI Informants’ Involved in Jan 6th in Hidden Camera Footage.

A new Project Veritas hidden camera video shows Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times correspondent Matthew Rosenberg admitting that “[t]here were a ton of FBI informants amongst the people who attacked the Capitol,” contravening much of the left’s response to January 6th thus far. Rosenberg – the National Security Correspondent for the Grey Lady – told the undercover reporter about the FBI informants despite his own reporting to the NY Times-reading public stating the contrary. On the one year anniversary of the incident, Rosenberg wrote: The reimagining of Jan. 6 has not so much evolved as it has splintered into

NYT: ‘Red America’ Has Built Up More Natural COVID Immunity.

The New York Times appears to be reluctantly admitting that Republican (“Red”) counties across the United States have developed more lasting, long-term immunity against COVID-19 than their Democratic or “Blue” counterparts. In today’s ‘The Morning‘ flagship e-mail newsletter, NYT columnist David Leonhardt concedes: There is one big new development. When I last wrote about red Covid, in November, I told you that the month-to-month partisan mortality gap might be peaking, for two main reasons. One, the availability of highly effective post-infection treatments, like Pfizer’s Paxlovid, has been expanding; if they reduce deaths, the drop may be steepest where the toll

New York Times Admits Unvaxxed People Have ‘Lower Rates of Infection And Hospitalization’ Of COVID-19 Than The Vaxxed.

The New York Times has finally accepted that individuals unvaccinated against COVID-19 who previously contracted the virus had “lower rates of infection and hospitalization than those protected by vaccines alone.” A January 19th update posted to the outlet’s COVID-19 live blog explains how unvaccinated individuals who previously contracted the virus “had lower rates of infection and hospitalization than those protected by vaccines alone”: During the week beginning May 30, 2021, vaccinated people who had not experienced Covid had the lowest risk of coronavirus infection and hospitalization, followed by unvaccinated people who had been previously diagnosed with Covid. By the week

NY Times Editor, 49, Dies One Day After Moderna Booster Shot.

Carlos Tejada, a New York Times Deputy Asia Editor, has died at the age of 49. He suffered a heart attack less than a day after posting to social media that he had received a Moderna booster vaccination. Tejada, who worked in part on the paper’s COVID-19 coverage, was married with two children. He had worked at the Wall Street Journal prior to moving to the Times, where he worked for almost five years. According to Tejada’s own Instagram page, he was grateful to receive the mRNA/LNP booster while in Seoul, South Korea. Tejada originally received the Johnson & Johnson

UNEARTHED: 1619 Project Founder Praised Cuba’s ‘Socialist’ Accomplishments, Counts Education As ‘Cornerstone Of Revolution.’

1619 Project founder Nikole Hannah-Jones insisted that “education is the cornerstone of the revolution” in an unearthed article offering praise for Cuba’s Communist revolution resulting in the “end of codified racism.” The New York Times writer visited Cuba in 2008 on a reporting fellowship, penning a piece entitled “The Cuba We Don’t Know” upon her return. Published in The Oregonian, the article sets out to dismantle the narrative about the Communist country that “come from the U.S. government”: “Cuba is poor. Cuba is communist. Cuba violates human rights and represses dissent.” The objective is similar to that of the ahistorical 1619

NYT Columnist Suggests Chinese Communist Party Runs Technology in… Idaho?

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman proposed allowing the Chinese Communist Party-tech firm Huawei – labeled a “national security threat” by the Trump administration and decades-long military collaborator by the Department of Defense – to implement its technology in the state of Idaho. The three-time Pulitzer Prize winner advanced the bizarre proposal during an interview with the state-run media outlet China Global Television Network (CGTN): “One of the things I’ve actually suggested is that say to Huawei we are going to let you wire a single state – Idaho say – for a couple of years, and we’ll see how it

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