Famous NYT opinion editor resigns after horrific antisemitism by coworkers

by Leah Rosenberg

When a well-known NYT opinion editor is resigning because she was called a Nazi and more, something has to change. The Far-Left has gone too, too far.

NYT Opinion Editor Bari Weiss

Bari Weiss used to work for the New York Times. She is not a Conservative. But she is also not as Far Left as America is moving. Weiss’s coworkers at the New York Times showed what that newspaper is all about. They do not allow people with other opinions to share their views, and Weiss wanted to fairly debate all issues. Furthermore, they proved their antisemitism once again. No, it is not the first time. But when someone like Bari Weiss resigns, you know that her colleagues must have been horrific. We do not even know everything they did and said, but Weiss’s letter of resignation says enough to get a glimpse.

The Far-Left Keeps Moving Farther

The fact that the Far-Left ousts their own shows how they just keep going the opposite direction. They show no signs of stopping. No one is welcomed anymore unless you are a one-minded extreme thinker.

The New York Times was once a newspaper that shared the news. It was once a newspaper that showed all sides and all opinions. Weiss quoted Adolph Ochs, former owner of the newspaper, as saying that the goal was, “to make of the columns of The New York Times a forum for the consideration of all questions of public importance, and to that end to invite intelligent discussion from all shades of opinion.”

How they have moved in the wrong direction.

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