There are few things certain in life, but one of them is this: Bari Weiss will print anything so long as it advances her pre-existing beliefs, even if it's not true. Seems this is another example.
I mean, her resignation letter to the New York Times was almost immediately debunked upon posting it.

Then there was the time she lied about what was being discussed during an internal meeting.
Then there was the time she claimed that she was losing some massive amount of followers that was immediately debunked by looking at SocialBlade.
Then there was the time after people made fun of her "immigrants, we get the job done" tweet that she insisted that people were tweeting death threats at her - when a quick search of "to:[her screen name]" on Twitter showed no such thing.
She's a professional liar, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that this story of hers seems to be falling apart, as well.
This lady tried to extort her employer but Bari Weiss just ran with it.

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23 Feb
Nearly two years ago I wrote about how Bret Stephens and Bari Weiss were bizarrely obsessed with schools. And nearly two years later, they're both still churning out article after article of the same drivel. mediamatters.org/new-york-times…
It's really the ideological inconsistency that bugs me the most. It's not that they have some sort of core principles they're trying to promote. They just want there to be more people saying stuff they like, and fewer saying stuff they don't. That's it. mediamatters.org/new-york-times… ImageImage
It's boring. It's lazy writing. It's pathetic, really. It's not new. It's just a rehash of things that have been written about for more than a century.

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23 Feb
The fact that this isn't just the standard position in media, generally, is very telling.

No, legitimate media organizations should not go and cover a convention which has seven different panels about how they think the election was rigged (it was not).
And not just for opinion stuff. Seriously, how many news organizations send people out to cover CPAC every year but don't devote even 10% as much energy covering progressive conferences?
And just... I swear...

Journalists, I am begging you: if you are covering that, do not just live tweet nonsense being spouted from the stage. If someone says something false, YOU NEED TO NOTE THAT IT'S FALSE IN YOUR TWEET.
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23 Feb
I responded to that tweet by noting that opinion pieces and reported pieces have different tones and suddenly I have a bunch of people in my mentions being like "lol, lib! cope! lollll!" like, wtf is wrong with people on here? Image
If you want to make a media criticism, you have to compare apples to apples, especially when the argument is "wow, tone sure changed." I'm pretty sure WaPo never used the term "kids in cages" in headlines of reported pieces.
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22 Feb
Once again, the right-wing obsession with trans stuff outs the party of Dennis Hastert as a bunch of creeps.
Pedophile Foghorn Leghorn uses his limited amount of time to obsess over people’s genitals. Creep.
The Republican Party is a haven for pedophiles, which is why they obsess over that stuff.
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22 Feb
So weird how this keeps happening!
(You guys all get that they're totally fine with those views, but just responded to negative press to save face, right? Conservatives are a conspiracy cult)
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Is it the guy who loves Hitler? No, wait, he's still on the site...
Oh, wait, I know. It's the guy who called himself "David Duke without the baggage" and spoke to crowds of white supremacists. Right?

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