All the news that’s fit to print? Meh! NYT Gosnell coverage in an incredible photo nutshell

Unbelievable, yet totally believable. A picture is worth a thousand words. And, evidently, the “real journalists” at the New York Times have no words to spare for dead babies. How many words were printed on the trial of monster Kermit Gosnell in the past seven days?

According to that Twitter user’s search, there were zero.

The silence from the New York Times is deafening.

https://twitter.com/AriFleischer/status/323047538951335936

Yet, according to the New York Times public editor, the (lack of) coverage is totally fine. No, no. It’s fine.

They did run one last month. However, as we reported, they ran an article which referred to the babies who died in Gosnell’s house of horrors as “fetuses.” Nothing to see here, move along.

https://twitter.com/TessAluise/status/323431226453139458

Keep after the lapdog media, Twitter. The power of Twitter is strong.

  • mickeyco

    No need to keep after them on this. They’re already dead. Just haven’t had the funeral yet.

    • John

      What difference does it make now?

    • nc

      The problem is too many are carrying them around, Bernie-style. Dead or not, they still have influence.

    • nc

      The problem is too many are carrying them around, Bernie-style. Dead or not, they still have influence.

  • $27789750

    I think it might be called aiding and abetting.

  • Linda (Lou) Norris

    I would guess that many abortionists really believe they are providing a needed service. As misguided and soul-dead as that is, I think that is the case. However, a person who takes souvenirs from a murder and keeps a collection of these souvenirs is a serial killer and they know that they are. Gosnell kept the FEET of these babies. This should be a big fat hairy deal, no matter where you stand on the issue of abortion. His taking souvenir prizes makes him a special kind of sick. But no one is really talking about that aspect of it at all, even those who are talking about the issue in general. Clearly the NYT doesn’t care anything about any part of this gruesomeness.

  • Jack Deth

    NYT in a nutshell:

    “When in doubt. Leave it out!”

    Charley Mike (Continue Mission)

  • Clayton Grant

    However, if you search for the name Kermit, you get 5 links to a muppet that was created to entertain children.
    .
    What sad irony.

    • DurkaDurka

      Rofl!

    • BeautifulAmerica

      I hate to make light of this serious and atrocious subject (media blackout of things they don’t want the public to know), but you are right—and it shows the knowledge-level that the New Pork Times wants Americans to stay at.

  • ICOYAR

    Hammer this down the media’s throats until they are forced to vomit it back out.

    Don’t stop at all.

  • Guest

    DUH, if an unborn baby is born alive… it is a BABY… or should we start to call preemies fetuses too now? Consistency and honesty is required but often lacking.

    As a person who is for the choice of an abortion early on it is my DUTY as a DECENT human being to call coverage for what it is… Just like I expect a good Muslim to speak out against Jihadists, I expect good people who are Pro Abortion to speak out against this depravity. NYT = Big Fail calling babies born alive to be killed FETUSES. That shows their agenda if nothing else.
    These are just unwanted preemies and I would like to be flabbergasted that so few who are “Pro Choice” (a term I don’t usually use, but they claim) speak out for the smallest victims here. And some of the same people want me to care more about an animal… even a fish? While I am “Pro Life” (another term that I don’t use as most others do) of ALL animals… including the human animal. So many agendas and so little compassion. If you don’t take a stand against something cruel… what good are you? And no matter position on abortion or not… a fetus after 20+ weeks has a brain developed to feel pain and to suffer so how this can not be cruel is beyond me… because it is. I am against cruelty of all sentient beings.

    • KataKimbe

      Not sure why this is showing as Guest… I made comment above? Tried to delete…. won’t let me.

      • Guest

        Ghost in the machine.

    • KataKimbe

      Not sure why this is showing as Guest… I made comment above? Tried to delete…. won’t let me.

  • KataKimbe

    DUH, if an unborn baby is born alive… it is a BABY… or should we start to call preemies fetuses too now? Consistency and honesty is required but often lacking.

    • KataKimbe

      As a person who is for the choice of an abortion early on it is my DUTY as a DECENT human being to call coverage for what it is… Just like I expect a good Muslim to speak out against Jihadists, I expect good people who are Pro Abortion to speak out against this depravity. NYT = Big Fail calling babies born alive to be killed FETUSES. That shows their agenda if nothing else.
      These are just unwanted preemies and I would like to be flabbergasted that so few who are “Pro Choice” (a term I don’t usually use, but they claim) speak out for the smallest victims here. And some of the same people want me to care more about an animal… even a fish? While I am “Pro Life” (another term that I don’t use as most others do) of ALL animals… including the human animal. So many agendas and so little compassion. If you don’t take a stand against something cruel… what good are you? And no matter position on abortion or not… a fetus after 20+ weeks has a brain developed to feel pain and to suffer so how this can not be cruel is beyond me… because it is. I am against cruelty of all sentient beings.

  • Chris R

    You would think the 56 year old fetus sitting at the NY Times public editor’s desk would want to cover a major story about a mass murderer in our midst.

  • bleuze

    What idiots still buy the NYT – real news is not printed!

  • michael s

    If only twitter kirsten powers and conservative websites were this concerned about Dr Steven Chase Brigham

    • Tom Anderson

      You mean the babypopsicle lover serial killer? There were also two other butcher shops in St Louis and Delaware that were shut down recently that are being under reported by FOX and TOTALLY IGNORED by the rest of the media.

      Politics trump womens/babies safety apparently.

      • michael s

        EXACTAMUNDO.

  • sodakhic

    A beating heart is going to haunt these abortion people forever.

  • nc

    A little late to this thread, but I just discovered this piece on the Daily Caller worth sharing:

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/04/15/kermit-gosnell-and-the-borg-media/

    Before the symposiums, before the conferences and reports and op-eds, before any of the hand-wringing as to how they ignored the story of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, alleged mass murderer and abortionist, reporters can do one thing.

    They can walk around their newsrooms.

    They can walk around their newsrooms, look at the people sitting there, and ask themselves a question: Is this person sitting here because a pro-life journalist, or even a journalist who could report fairly on abortion, was not hired?

    Honestly, there’s no need for white papers, roundtables, or conferences at the University of Liberalism’s prestigious Walter Duranty School of Journalism. Reporters at the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the networks can simply look at their colleagues. How did these people get their jobs? And who didn’t get the jobs they got? And who made those decisions? Is a single one of them pro-life?

    A good person to ask this question, and even answer it, would be the Washington Post’s Erik Wemple. Wemple writes a column on the media, and he has had the integrity to ask mainstream media reporters why they haven’t covered the Gosnell trial. But Wemple knows the answer to that question: The mainstream media has a farm system, and they only recruit from the pro-choice left. This is where the problem starts, and any serious inquiry will have to address it.

    Before coming to the Post, Wemple was the editor of the Washington City Paper. The City Paper, a hipster weekly, is a minor league journalism team that feeds a lot of writers to the Washington Post. Every large city in America has such a paper, from New York City (The Village Voice) to Seattle (The Stranger). In the late 1980s I was an intern at the City Paper, and in the early 1990s I wrote several pieces for them. If you want to know why Kermit Gosnell’s slaughterhouse has been ignored, you have to start at places like this. It’s where young reporters prove their liberal bona fides, and thus move on to the mainstream media. This is where kids who aren’t comfortable with abortion, or who are from remotely conservative-sounding colleges, never make it past the first round…