The mainstream media once pretended to be objective.
Now, more evidence that it is staffed with activists.
Alleged New York Times “journalist” Erin Marquis allegedly left a threatening message on the voicemail of the Great Lakes Gun Rights group.
The New York Times said Friday that it is reviewing a top editor at the newspaper’s Wirecutter.com for tweeting scathing messages about a gun-rights group, and for allegedly leaving angry, profane voicemails for the group.
The tweets and the alleged voicemail by Erin Marquis, Wirecutter’s lead editor for computer/networking, each referenced a press release opposing gun control laws sent out by the group Great Lakes Gun Rights on the heels of a shooting at Oxford High School in suburban Detroit that killed four students.
Here is what she said on the voicemail.
“Hi, I’m a journalist with The New York Times. I’m just calling to wonder, I have two questions. How do you sleep at night?” the woman said on the clip posted on YouTube by the national group.
“Aren’t you just, like, a little bit worried that there might be a hell, and when you meet God he might send you there?” the woman asked.
“The only people politicizing this seems to be you, because you’re the only people I got a f—– press release from,” the woman said. “Again, I am from The New York Times, and I am letting everyone in The New York Times know what kind of f—ing as-holes you are. Congrats on being a laughingstock.”
“You f—ing ghouls, I hope that there is a God in heaven, so he judges you when you die,” the woman said in a second audio clip.
The gun-rights group responded.
— National Association for Gun Rights (@NatlGunRights) December 3, 2021
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