NYT Reporter Fishing for Christian School Horror Stories to #ExposeChristianSchools
Hot on the heels of demonizing fourteen-year-old Catholic school students at the March for Life, the rabid press is hungry for more. New York Times reporter Dan Levin put out a call for survivors of Christian schooling to contact him with their tales of woe. "I'm a New York Times reporter writing about
#exposechristianschools. Are you in your 20s or younger who went to a Christian school? I'd like to hear about your experience and its impact on your life. Please DM me."
This was met with much skepticism and blowback from multiple sources.
Levin, sensing he had given away his punchline, pinned the following codicil to his timeline, insisting he intends to include positive stories too.
Forgive us if we don't believe you, Dan. It's just that the recent smear job of the students at Covington Catholic High School preceded by the smearing of Brett Kavanaugh's Catholic high school have left us all a little edgy.
Levin also included a strange age limit, only wishing to hear from twenty-somethings. This, of course, skews the results quite dramatically since twenty-year-olds are notoriously left-wing and anti-religious. The Atlantic reported that beyond being left-wing, most people under thirty are downright socialists!
And if there’s one thing people are learning about this young generation, it’s that they are liberal. Even leftist. Flirting with socialist. In Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada, more than 80 percent of voters under 30 years old voted for Bernie Sanders, a democratic socialist so outside the mainstream of his party that he’s not even a member.
Levin's desire to only speak to people under thirty couldn't possibly have anything to do with getting the negative results he wants to print, could it? If he spoke with Generation X, I have a strong feeling he would get very different responses. But while we are on the subject of exposing Christian schools, why not go all the way? Let's expose exactly what Christian schools have done to this country.