@nytimes @kevinroose Apparently a NYT writer expressing chills at watching a new president’s plane land on their personal SM is also an urgent threat...against whom, though? Oh yeah, the radical right that somehow managed to gain control of a once good paper. I just subscribed to #WaPo #laurenwolfe
"Ho i brividi"... Un tweet emozionato per Joe Biden è costato il posto di lavoro a una giornalista del New York Times.
Proposta per il nuovo #Governo
Tassa di 10 euro per ogni tweet "fazioso" dei giornalisti Risolveremmo la crisi economica del Paese. 🤣😁
In his @nytimes column, Bret Stephens cites an interview snippet to argue that @Rob_Malley claimed "that massive  public protests in Iran justified Tehran's paranoia about an Israel-Saudi-U.S. plot". Whether by intent or ignorance, this claim is demonstrably false. [Thread]
Why @nytimes fired #laurenwolfe while not firing the #racist @sarahjeong is beyond my comprehension. Why is being a toxic racist 🤬applauded by the NYT’s HR department while expressing mild excitement over the inauguration of a senile old white man as POTUS is not?!
1/ Let's talk about the New York Times firing editor Lauren Wolfe, and rise of the alt-right, starting in 2014 with GamerGate.
Wolfe tweeted that she had "chills" on inauguration day.
The right predictably spun up an outrage cycle, and Wolfe was fired.
Absolutely shocking that @nytimes fired Lauren Wolfe for her tweet when Thomas Friedman and Bret Stephenson together have fallen on their faces countless times all over their pages; forget about Twitter. Really shocking gender bias, caving to bad faith criticism and just cruelty.
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