After the Brussels Bombing, The New York Times Issues This Unbelievable Warning
Thank you New York Times.
The day after the Brussels ISIS terrorist bombing, the New York Times issued a warning.
It’s not what you would expect.
It’s been only a day since the bombings in Brussels, and the New York Times has issued a warning.
No – it isn’t a warning of ISIS carrying out more attacks. It was a warning to reject the rhetoric of Donald Trump. As the Washington Examiner reported:
The New York Times editorial board responded to a wave of terror attacks that washed over Brussels early Tuesday morning by begging its readers to reject the rhetoric of billionaire businessman Donald Trump.
The appropriate response to the attacks, which have so far claimed the lives of 34 people, is “courage and steadfastness in the face of a threat that will take many years to eliminate,” the board wrote.
Is this the height of irresponsible journalism?
The nations leading newspaper, who previously endorsed Hillary Clinton, the candidate under FBI investigation, claiming what Donald Trump is saying is inciting ISIS to attack in Europe.
No, the nearly 15 years of failed Middle East policy, which Trump has strongly condemned and spoken out about for years, has not influenced ISIS at all?
Why no warning or discussion about the impact of the failed policies of Obama and Hillary Clinton while serving as Secretary of State that lead to the rise of ISIS?
Blaming Trump’s rhetoric for the ISIS bombing?