April 28, 2019
The New York Times actually managed to publish an accurate political cartoon depicting the political relationship between Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu. There is no lie here.
The New York Times is fake news from Jews. This is a documented fact.
Their breathless promotion of the Russia hoax proved conclusively that they are a highly untrustworthy source of information. They also employ a number of disreputable Jewish writers like Bari Weiss, Maggie Haberman, Paul Krugman among others. That’s why it is only fitting that when they actually manage to publish something truthful, they go out of their way to delete the content and apologize for it.
The New York Times Opinion section on Saturday apologized for a political cartoon that included anti-Semitic tropes.
The image, published in the international print edition of Thursday’s paper, featured Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a guide dog wearing a Star of David collar leading President Trump, who is wearing a skullcap and dark glasses.
“The image was offensive, and it was an error of judgment to publish it,” the newspaper said in a tweet. “It was provided by The New York Times News Service and Syndicate, which has since deleted it.”
An Editors' Note to appear in Monday’s international edition. pic.twitter.com/1rl2vXoTB3
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) April 27, 2019
Yeah, so they deleted the cartoon not because it was inaccurate, but because it was offensive to Jews. It would also seem as if the cartoon was offensive to Jews because it was a little too accurate.
Jews and Israeli Jews in particular have been whining about the cartoon all over Twitter. They seem to be in disbelief that a paper dominated by members of their own race allowed such content to be published.
Oh my, it’s real. The NYT really did print this #antisemitic cartoon in its international edition; found it in Tel Aviv @LTCPeterLerner @AdamMilstein @HenMazzig @GippersChutzpah #shame pic.twitter.com/cLnqYGTlCO
— Seth Frantzman (@sfrantzman) April 27, 2019
This is just terrible the @NYT in an outrageous #antisemitic cartoon from Thursday's international edition. Depicting a "Jew dog" @Netanyahu, leading a blind converted @realDonaldTrump. No words on the page, nothing to do with the news, just spiteful antisemitism. https://t.co/7Br1LWTWtZ
— LTC (R) Peter Lerner (@LTCPeterLerner) April 27, 2019
— Hen Mazzig חן מזיג (@HenMazzig) April 27, 2019
The New York Times published a vile, sickening anti-Semitic cartoon in its international edition, drawing a caricature of Netanyahu as a dog with a Star of David leading a blind Trump who is wearing a kippah! There is so much wrong here it is hard to know where to begin so pic.twitter.com/eFluwgyalZ
— (((Jim Stein))) (@JamesStein18) April 27, 2019
— Mark Dubowitz (@mdubowitz) April 27, 2019
— Harry Khachatrian (@Harry1T6) April 27, 2019
I am no lover of either Trump or Netanyahu as leaders but this reckless cartoon published in the @nytimes smacks of horrid Antisemitism in so many ways. With hatred against Jews rampantly rising worldwide, how dare you??? This is directly from the Nazi playbook.@DanPrindle pic.twitter.com/pL14CVzpHO
— Steve Lipman (@SLipmanMusic) April 27, 2019
On April 25, 2019 The New York Times published a story with a highly anti-Semitic cartoon picturing Israel PM Bibi Netanyahu as an animal with a Magen David leash held by US president Donald Trump.
It's time for our generation to make sure that anti-Semitism is prevented. pic.twitter.com/FosC7SprAS
— Rudy Rochman (@rudy_rochman) April 27, 2019
The “artist” behind the vile anti Semitic cartoon published by the NY Times is Antonio Expresso of lisbon portugal pic.twitter.com/oAhxi3CGvS
— Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) April 27, 2019
This hive mind like response from these kikes shows that they view the truth to be anti-Semitic. There is no other way to explain this reaction. Trump throughout his entire time in office has bent over backwards doing all sorts of things for Netanyahu and Israel. He has done exponentially more for Israel than for the Americans who elected him. That’s why the image of the blind man Trump being led by the Jewish dog Netanyahu is such a powerfully accurate portrayal of their relationship.
So whenever you hear Jews talking about waging a war on anti-Semitism, what they are really talking about is waging a war on the truth. That’s the major takeaway of this episode.