by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News
The New York Times commemorated the 50th anniversary of the march in Selma, Alabama by running a frontpage photo that is raising some questions.
The so-called “journal of record”, bastion of journalistic integrity, is apparently playing games with its audience by conveniently cropping out a long-time political foe of the newspaper.
Soon after publication, people began to take notice…
— EmpireInRevolt (@DenierNyc) March 8, 2015
Seriously? They cropped out a former president who was marching with Obama and the civil rights icons? Nah. Can’t be, right?
Check it out:
Right there, at the lower right, you will notice former President George W. Bush and Laura Bush walking hand- in-hand with the marchers.
Unbelievable. Erased from history, thanks to the yellow journalists at the NYT.
— Peter Deacon (@AmerPatriot1) March 8, 2015
Indeed. Stalin would be envious of the Obama lapdog media.
The following is a photo from Alabama today. From left to right, you’ll see Laura Bush, President George W. Bush, First Lady Michelle Obama, President Barack Obama, and Representative (D-GA) John Lewis:
But the official head of the Democrat Party saw it a little differently:
This political move, apparently done to give the GOP “bad optics” was not lost on Twitter:
— TheLastRefuge (@TheLastRefuge2) March 7, 2015
Oh yeah…where WAS Hillary, the “inevitable” president? Did the NYT crop her out too?
Nope. Hillary wasn’t in Selma at all today — a stunning absence you didn’t hear about at all from the Times or Debbie Wasserman-Shultz.
Typical liberals: they take what should have been a non-partisan celebration of civil rights heroes, and use it as a political weapon, complete with Soviet-style censorship.