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Get a load of this tweet from Tina Jordan, an editor and columnist at The New York Times. And Jeff Sharlet has written for The New York Times Magazine. We can only hope the young men at Covington Catholic High School sue the living daylights out of the Mainstream Media outlets who smeared their good names.
The only way to make the media great again is to punish the fake news liars in a court of law.
Marlon James’s FB post is the single best commentary I’ve read on the #CovingtonCatholic boys pic.twitter.com/9cvAXTLzy9
— Tina Jordan (@TinaJordanNYT) January 20, 2019
That kid with the smirk, from Covington Catholic? Here he is, all grown up. https://t.co/ERwgATWx5I
— Jeff Sharlet (@JeffSharlet) January 20, 2019
And this sad, sad person writes for Buzzfeed.
One theme of the conversations over the past 24 hours = how deeply familiar this look is. It’s the look of white patriarchy, of course, but that familiarity — that banality — is part of what prompts the visceral reaction. This isn’t spectacular. It’s life in America. pic.twitter.com/TmziDwAjYA
— Anne Helen Petersen (@annehelen) January 21, 2019
Ana Navarro deleted this tweet (using: Twitter for iPad). #AnaNavarro #ananavarro #deletedtweet #screenshotbot #sshotbot pic.twitter.com/KUGOVbxJgM
— Screenshot Bot (@sshotbot) January 21, 2019