MAJOR Media Bias: ‘New York Times’ Crops George W. Bush Out of Selma Photo

Just like the Soviets did in eliminating various people from its history to fit the party line, the New York Times has been caught trying to eliminate George W. Bush from the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Selma. On its front page the so-called paper of record had a full page photo of the march but *just by accident* cut off the photo right where Bush was standing.

Here is a screen cap of the Tweet The Times posted on Sunday:

Notice that on the left of the Times image the woman with the teal jacket is the last one shown.

Now check out the same march and nearly the same view as photographed and Tweeted by Alabama’s WSB TV:

You’ll notice that the former First Lady, Laura Bush, and President George W. Bush appear one person farther to the left of the woman in the teal jacket.

That’s right, the Times conveniently eliminated George W. Bush from its photo.

Now, the Soviet Union was famous for airbrushing out communist leaders who later fell into Stalin’s and the Politburo’s disfavor. As those leaders were assassinated, the Soviet Union’s “history” books suddenly began sporting photos that had empty spaces where those leaders once proudly stood. That is exactly what the NYT just did here. They altered history to better fit its party line.

What a shameful act of left-wing media bias and historical revisionism.

(H/T Right Scoop)

Warner Todd Huston

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