The New York Times used memorial day weekend to attack the U.S Military claiming that it celebrates White Supremacy.
On this Memorial Day, we give thanks to the heroic men & women who bravely fought and gave their lives to protect the NYT’s right to call the military Klansmen. https://t.co/eGGYwkAdbE
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) May 24, 2020
The New York Times hates everything that is great about this country.
Sure, the editorial posted on Saturday, not Monday. But it still came out during the weekend Americans associate with the holiday dedicated to commemorating the deaths of those who gave their last measure of devotion to this country. On that weekend, the Times accused the military — as a whole — of “celebrating white supremacy” because … military bases are named after Confederate generals.
Yes, that’s the entirety of the “evidence” that the military supposedly celebrates “white supremacy.”
The Times accused the U.S. military of celebrating racism because ten of America’s eight hundred military bases are named after Confederates — and the editors of America’s newspaper of record chose Memorial Day weekend to run this editorial.
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