The New York Times Disgraced Themselves With Two Sickening Obituaries


The New York Times is destroying whatever shred of credibility it has left.

The election of Donald Trump deranged the paper just like it has the super “woke” leftists throughout the country.

But The New York Times truly disgraced itself with two obituaries that will sicken you.

The New York Times and other left-wing entities and individuals are so deranged by Donald Trump, they reflexively take the position opposite of him.

It’s why so-called peaceniks on the Left were furious when Trump first announced he wanted to withdraw troops from the Middle East.

Mia Farrow, a literal flower child from the 1960s, was retweeting war hawks who wanted to stay in the region.

This ying-yang attitude cropped up again after Trump ordered an airstrike that killed Qasem Soleimani, Iran’s chief terrorist strategist.

Soleimani is responsible for the deaths of thousands of Americans, Iraqis, Iranians, and other people throughout the region.

But you wouldn’t know that if you read his obituary headline in The New York Times.

Even worse, former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Sam Wyche recently passed away, and his obituary headline was more critical than that of a known terrorist.

Daily Wire reports:

Blurbing the obituary for Soleimani on Tuesday, the Times simply captioned and headlined the obit: “Qassim Suleimani, Master of Iran’s Intrigue and Force, Dies at 62.”

By comparison, when the Times posted an obituary for former NFL coach Sam Wyche, the publication felt it necessary to highlight Wyche “barring a female reporter from the team’s locker room.”

“Sam Wyche, who was the last coach to lead the Cincinnati Bengals to the Super Bowl, but who was later fined by the National Football League for barring a female reporter from the team’s locker room, has died,” said the caption of the obituary, which was first published on Friday.

This is nothing new for the Left.

After the Trump administration killed ISIS terror leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, left-wing publications called him an “austere religious scholar.”

Soleimani oversaw security forces that killed dissidents and protesters, and jailed women for refusing to wear a hijab.

Somehow that doesn’t register, but Wyche barring a female reporter from the locker room, it just had to be shoehorned into his obituary headline.

Big media is corrupt.  And this type of disgusting bias is precisely why.

Does The New York Times owe the Wyche family an apology?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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