You Won’t Believe What’s MISSING from This New York Times Front Page on the Selma March

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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…



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.

Indeed. Stalin would be envious of the Obama lapdog media.

It gets better. As Kyle Becker reported, Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz also whitewashes Bush from the event.

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:

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.


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