i got the full transcript from the new york times town hall on monday https://t.co/VPdDr9XYLx— Ashley Feinberg (@ashleyfeinberg) August 15, 2019
Did it sometimes seem like the New York Times’ entire focus was Trump-Russia? Like it built its newsroom around one story? Now, top editor says it did just that. But after Mueller report, paper has had to retool. New focus? Trump racism. https://t.co/1fVULEqKlV— Byron York (@ByronYork) August 16, 2019
Read this and you’ll understand what’s happened in top newsrooms and why Independent investigative journalism is so important – these editors are shaping narratives at the expense of truth – to line their pockets and push political agendas. Very sad. https://t.co/WhSKeFvD4V— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) August 16, 2019
The takeaway? The NYT says it is mapping out a narrative in advance of any naturally-occurring, true news events, and plans to shape all natural-occurring, true news events so that they are reported in the context of racism. This is what they believe their readers want. https://t.co/BJGqZttVSc— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) August 17, 2019
The NYT has admitted to doing this for years. Not a new development. Something their editors cheerfully admit they do—meet once a year and plan out guiding narratives by which to guide the coming year’s reporting and prioritize which beats get what manpower. Not new. https://t.co/BQtyPDZTW4— T. Greer (@Scholars_Stage) August 18, 2019
Advertising is the construction of social desire.— Ben Hunt (@EpsilonTheory) August 18, 2019
Government is the construction of social fear.
Media is the construction of social reality. https://t.co/FJKiUvk3eU