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.
No coverage in NYT today of Gosnell trial. RT this every day till it makes NYT front page… Column http://t.co/134GGti2t4
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) April 13, 2013
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.
— Tess Aluise (@TessAluise) April 14, 2013
Keep after the lapdog media, Twitter. The power of Twitter is strong.