FLASHBACK: Voter-fraud concerns used to be a bipartisan issue
Before launching their vote-by-mail campaign, The New York Times was gravely concerned in 2012 about election fraud committed through mail-in voting.
The New York Times spread election disinformation on Twitter as they proclaimed that the news media are the ones who are meant to declare the winner of the hotly contested US presidential election.
NYT labelled Project Veritas as “deceptive,“ “coordinated disinformation," using “solely unidentified sources” and "no verifiable evidence.”
When faced with building criticism of the "1619 Project," coming from both within her own newspaper, the White House, and beyond, creator Nikole Hannah-Jones lost her mind.
According to a source in the Guild, the tweet was posted without internal discussion, prompting conflict in NYT circles of communication. After the tweet was sent, the ensuing conversation resulted in deletion.
The New York Times has quietly deleted parts of their "1619 Project" that relate to the revising of American history, specifically the notion that America was founded in 1619.
To measure diversity, the Times only counted those who identify as coming from a minority group—but a couple years ago, women would have been included, too.