A short while ago I had somebody who I used to respect ask me if why I didn’t tap “reputable” (his word) news sources. Of course, the New York Times was supposedly one of these “reputable” news sources.


The author of this Sunday’s New York Times magazine cover story about the campaign to boycott, divest, and sanction the state of Israel works for an organization whose major donor, Qatar, is also the largest state funder of the terrorist group Hamas. Other significant donors to the author’s organization, the International Crisis Group, are leading supporters of the anti-Semitic boycott movement the author describes in his piece.

The publication of the article, “How the Battle Over Israel and Anti-Semitism Is Fracturing American Politics,” represents another salvo in the New York Times‘ continuing promotion of anti-Israel writers and views.

In this as in most other things, the New York Times has become an advocacy rag, having nothing whatsoever to do with objective journalism.

Thing is, as the last two years of outright lies from the supposedly “reputable” press has shown us, the New York Times is hardly alone. The real story of collusion is not Trump and Russia but CNN, MSNBC The New York Times and the Democrats.