Unethical Quote Of The Month, “Nah, There’s No Mainstream Media Bias” Division–And This Is A Classic!—The New York Times

…and by the way,


“We found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Biden, beyond hugs, kisses, and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable.”

—-The New York Times, in the course of its long -awaited  reporting on Tara Reade’s accusation of sexual assault against Joe Biden. No, really, they really tweeted this. They really did. I wouldn’t make that up…they DID! I’m not kidding! See…?

The right hand side is what you got after the Times figured out that their outrageous pro-Democratic Party bias was not just showing, as it always does, but blinking on and off in blinding neon lights, accompanied by sirens.

No other allegations? Since launching his Presidential bid, , eight women have alleged that Biden either touched them inappropriately or violated their personal space, You know, like this…

In response, Biden issued a classic “non-apology apology,” then later said that he was “not sorry for anything I’ve ever done.” He has also been criticized for commenting on the sexual appearance of young girls and women while campaigning.

In a 2019 article, the Times  wrote that “Biden’s Tactile Politics Threaten his Return in the #MeToo era,” but that was when the paper was pushing Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren. Now they are stuck with Biden, just like their party.

I suppose it is obligatory to note the  Times emphasized the importance of believing women who accuse powerful men of sexual abuse when the one so accused was a conservative federal judge who did not have a voluminous photographic record of him sniffing, touching, hugging, kissing and groping women in the recent past.

You know, I’m rapidly reaching the point where I’m not going to be patient, civil or understanding—they are hopelessly biased, after all, ergo stupid—when progressives deny  mainstream media bias in the face of this kind of despicable journalism. It’s reaching the Orwellian point of “War is Peace.” It’s also “jumboing’—in fact, I am hereby creating the verb jumbo, meaning to lie to someone’s face, asserting something to be true when the evidence that it is not true is obvious and undeniable. It’s also evidence of ethics rot,

The gloves are off. This was the tipping point.

25 thoughts on “Unethical Quote Of The Month, “Nah, There’s No Mainstream Media Bias” Division–And This Is A Classic!—The New York Times

  1. I posted that quote to a Lefty dominated site; the response:

    Thanks for keeping tabs on the Times for us. I want to read that fabulous article next.

    A question I’ll no longer beg: How stupid does the NYT, et al, think their readers really are.

    • So long as nearly half of the country is lapping it up and posting to Facebook with no skepticism, they will continue to think “we” are that stupid.

  2. It has been noted elsewhere that it was interesting that the Times dropped this story on Easter, when it would get as little immediate attention as possible. And the story glosses over the alleged details of the assault, which includes penetration.

    • And will immediately get buried the next day by several op-eds and reports about the Wuhan virus and the latest Orange Man Bad claptrap.

  3. How can a thinking human being trust that which is written in the Times when statements like this are not an exception but a routine feature?

    It seems to me that one has to be rather dishonest with themselves to accept such information as fact.

  4. ‘We found no pattern of violent behavior except for assaults, domestic abuse cases, and one conviction for manslaughter. ” -NYT logic

  5. New from New York Times: aside from the 17 men and boys he dismembered and killed, no evidence found that Jeffrey dahmer was a violent man.

    • We were unable to find any evidence that Mr Cosby was anything other than a gentleman, beyond the 60 women who accused him of sexual assault and rape.

  6. Keep in mind most of the people denying mainstream media bias have never noticed it, in many cases because it’s been hidden from them as we see in this example. I’d recommend keeping a list of examples handy, and then you can get angry at people after you make them read a few and they still make excuses. Personally, I usually criticize people not for believing inaccurate information, but for going about it in such a way that they don’t notice when they’re wrong.

  7. The Times responded to criticism by noting that their adoption of the “Clouseau Model” for obtaining evidence of democrat malfeasance has served them well for decades in meeting the expectations of their readership.

  8. We were unable to find any evidence that Donald Trump is the President of the United States, beyond the election night results, the Electoral College vote, and his taking the oath of office that members of the press previously said made them uncomfortable.


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