David Marcus: Tom Cotton’s New York Times op-ed hysteria reveals shocking cowardice at the paper

This week, The New York Times ran an op-ed by United States Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., urging that the military be used to quell the fires, looting and violence gripping the nation’s cities.A Morning Consult poll from this week found that 58 percent of registered voters agreed with that idea. But apparently it’s an opinion forbidden in the Times.Once, the separation between the news and Opinion page — church and state — at the Times was held up as an exemplar of objectivity in journalism. Now, reporters are dictating what views the paper is and is not allowed to publish.CLICK HERE TO GET THE OPINION NEWSLETTERWell, opinions of conservatives. If you’re the member of an organization that regularly blows up civilians and keeps women in servitude, come on in!In February, the Times ran a piece by Sirajuddin Haqqani, a leader with a little organization known as the Taliban.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPLet’s hear from someone else and trust readers can make up their mind — how quaint.The outraged claim they are afraid that Cotton’s words endanger people, but what they are really afraid of is people agreeing with him. Because the only way the words could lead to any action is if Cotton is convincing.CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING DAVID MARCUS’S COLUMN IN THE NEW YORK POST
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