Tuesday, November 6, 2018

RED WAVE? New York Times Alters Election Day Coverage To Avoid Triggering Readers Again

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The New York Times has been forced to radically alter its election day coverage because of snowflakeism among its far-left readers. On the morning of the presidential election two years, the Times trotted out an election needle to track the day’s events. POLL: Who has your midterm vote – Republicans or Democrats? “The Times’s pre-election data initially showed Hillary Clinton with an 85 percent chance of victory,” notes Vice magazine. “That prediction was based on the Times’s internal aggregation of all the credible polls heading into the homestretch of the race.” But as the day progressed, something changed: “As the

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