Bari Weiss And The Diminishing of The New York Times.

The Manhattan Institute
July 17, 2020

After constant bullying by colleagues, New York Times contributing editor and writer Bari Weiss has resigned. In a scathing letter to publisher A. G. Sulzberger, Weiss says Twitter is now the paper’s “ultimate editor.” Writing in City Journal, Judith Miller recounts how a once-great newspaper has capitulated to the woke mob’s intolerant orthodoxy.

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