What The New York Times Fails to Acknowledge and Why Liberals Remain Uninformed

When you look at what the New York Times is not covering, you realize why so many liberals are not informed. The article starts out with a question that you will know the answer to without a problem. If you got your news only from the NYT, maybe not so much. There is a confidence issue at the Vatican and at the FBI. Here is how that is all being played in the driveby media.

As Written and Reported By Michael Goodwin for the New York Post:

Test your knowledge of current events by answering this question: Which organization remains stuck in deep cover-up mode?

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A) The FBI
B) The Roman Catholic Church
C) Both of the above
D) Neither of the above

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If you get your news only from The New York Times, you believe the correct answer is D, neither of the above. Other people know the correct answer is C because they see the leaders of both organizations acting as if the public can’t handle the truth.

It is not my intent to suggest the FBI and the Vatican are in all ways comparable. Far from it.

Yet they are in similar straits because each faces a crisis of public confidence. Those crises are severe because of internal decisions to parse, obscure and withhold important facts.

While a desire to protect historically valuable institutions from external harm is understandable, the goal cannot come at the expense of honesty and truth. When it does, the damage grows.

One result is that the same questions are being asked of both the Church and the FBI: What did their leaders know and when did they know it?

The Vatican’s failure to come clean about sexually abusive clerics has cost it dearly over the last 15 years, and the consequences are now engulfing Pope Francis.

In a sensational 11-page letter, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano accuses the pope of bringing into his inner circle a disgraced former American cardinal, Theodore McCarrick, despite knowing McCarrick had a long history of sexual misconduct.

Vigano, a former Vatican ambassador to the US, calls on the pope to resign and declares that there are ­“homosexual networks” corrupting the Church from within.

He writes that many current priests and bishops committed immoral, forbidden acts or protected the guilty from…..


The New York Times fails to acknowledge the crises of public confidence


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