The New York Times made quite the statement with their latest cover. Tony Katz explains why the New York Times’ job is no longer to inform, but to destroy.
The headline read, “U.S Deaths Near 100,000. An Incalculable Loss.” Listed below the headline were 1000 names. Each of a names was an American who died of COVID-19. At least, that’s what the New York Times told us. A little research revealed that the list was riddled with errors. Why do we continue to trust what they have to say?