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New York Times Mocked for omitting a very critical detail in Democratic Senator Bob Menendez Corruption article

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September 6,2017
the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, perhaps they forgot , but suddenly the New York Times omits party affiliation in article of ethically challenged New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez. The Times wrote a story that was 30 paragraphs and 1288 words yet amazingly the one word the was missing was DEMOCRAT.

Menendez 63, faces 12 charges stemming from accusations that he traded political influence for lavish gifts from Florida ophthalmologist Dr. Salomon Melgen. Menendez initially didn’t report the gifts included private flights and vacations. Melgen also donated $750,000 directly and indirectly to Menendez political campaigns. Dr. Salomon Melgen, a Florida eye doctor was found guilty of Medicare fraud.

 

7 thoughts on “New York Times Mocked for omitting a very critical detail in Democratic Senator Bob Menendez Corruption article

  1. Fake news.

  2. Great photo. Aronsohn drooling over Menendez

  3. Who cares

  4. While I acknowledge that corruption cases occur on both sides, the mainstream media will always put the party in the actual headline if it’s a Republican. For Dems, it usually gets buried in the article or in some cases, like this one, completely omitted.

  5. Omitting his party affiliation was no favor to anyone. It is important information in general and specifically for Democrats because if he is found guilty, Christie will replace him with a Trumpy Republican and this would affect the balance in Congress.

  6. NY Times is a joke. Does anyone still read that paper?

  7. Sports books are merely aids and materials.

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