New York Times 'Reporter' Who Can't Tell a 'Luxury Speedboat' from a Fishing Boat Upset that People Think He's an Idiot
You mad, bro?
Not enough hours in the day to block hateful people on Twitter. But 24 is a start.
— Michael Barbaro (@mikiebarb) June 10, 2015
For the second time in a week, the New York Times made an attempt to do some damage and, once again, it was a spectacular failure. Barbaro could have avoided his embarrassment if he'd engaged in the most basic of journalistic activities: making a phone call.
This modern crop of Dem mouthpiece "journalists" still haven't grasped the nature of the new media era. In bygone days, Barbaro's mistake/lie would have gotten some response days later in the letters to the editor, which he would have ignored unless his editor brought it up. Now, these weak, partisan hit jobs are exposed as soon as the article is posted. The journalists who have spent the last decade making themselves part of every story then get upset when they're part of a story that is going off the rails.
Toughen up, buttercup.
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