New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait admitted in a tweet and article on Tuesday that the liberal media is censoring, mocked as two years too late.
Chait urged the “progressive media” to “speak out against the madness” to counter what he sees as a culture that refuses to question left-wing ideas, he wrote. On his Twitter account, he also emphasized that many media commentators have personally admitted the same to him.
“The Washington Post media commentator publicly admitted what many had told me personally. They were afraid of the job, so they didn’t criticize the mad left-wing fad.” murmured Chait.
Chait was then accused of revealing the cowardice of many progressive writers like himself.
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Christina Pushot, director of Ron DeSantis Rapid Response, said, “The Democrats are the party of censorship, and ironically their hall monitor titled ‘Journalist’ is the most ardent and vocal censorship of the administration.” is part of the person,” he wrote.
“Why didn’t you admit it publicly?” Spectator contributing editor Stephen Miller asked.
Conservative Norm Blum joked, “Just as they were nervous two years later, I commend them for their bravery two years later.”
Radio host Eric Eriksson tweeted that “press freedom seems to be under threat from the left.”
Townhall.com columnist Brad Slager tweeted: But his tweet acknowledges his own cowardice. Why not report what these people told you in advance?”
CNN contributor Mary Katherine Ham wrote: Did I just say what everyone else did? Of course. Back up and get weird!
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Chait’s article on the topic gave the origins of the Black Lives Matter riots and the COVID-19 virus as examples of issues considered “taboo” by progressive writers at the time.
“Many others would refuse to criticize even the outright absurd left-wing piety of all who are humiliated or dismissed for petty or nonexistent crimes. “Condemning the arson and looting that often occurred around George Floyd’s protests violated one such taboo,” Chait wrote.
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“Progressives have decided that the hypothesis that COVID-19 could have originated in a laboratory rather than a zoonotic disease is ‘racist’ — this is a purely scientific question. But the evidence was vague, and it was easy to imagine it to be racist, stemming more from theories blaming China’s cultural practices for COVID than from theories blaming the Chinese government. behavior. Journalists in mainstream institutions have followed this practice, turning what is essentially a scientific issue into a political issue. It will be.”