The New York Times, one of the largest newspapers in the United States, claimed that a single editor was responsible for the publication of an anti-Semitic cartoon of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and President Donald Trump.
In this episode of ‘Unfit to Print,’ Amber Athey explains why we should be deeply skeptical of that claim and urged the Times to be more transparent with readers about how they plan to prevent future publication of such offensive cartoons on its opinion pages. (RELATED: Cartoonist Defends Anti-Semitic NYT Cartoon)
Over on the CNN airwaves, Chris Cuomo is back to defending Antifa. Cuomo once infamously compared the violent so-called “anti-fascist” group to soldiers storming the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.
Athey offers a quick flashback of some of the incidents of violence that Antifa has been involved in, including smashing Starbucks windows at President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Watch previous episodes of the podcast:
‘UNFIT TO PRINT’ EPISODE 4: TRUMP ACCUSED OF RACISM FOR RESPONSE TO SRI LANKA ATTACK
‘UNFIT TO PRINT’ EPISODE 3: MEDIA ACCUSES TRUMP OF INCITING VIOLENCE