Months After Meltdown Over Tom Cotton ‘Send In The Troops’ Op-Ed, New York Times Condemns Capitol Riot

Months After Meltdown Over Tom Cotton ‘Send In The Troops’ Op-Ed, New York Times Condemns Capitol Riot


Months after staff at The New York Times had a meltdown, ejecting an editor over Sen. Tom Cotton’s article in June calling for federal law enforcement to stop the streak of riots in U.S. cities last summer, the publication came out condemning the destructive mob that breached the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.

Remember when the New York times un-personed Sen. Tom Cotton for writing that violent insurrections should be put down violently? The editor got fired over it, after staffers threatened to resign in masse.

Cotton was right. Then and now. https://t.co/oOdDemc4bp

— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) January 6, 2021

Suddenly the NY Times is okay with Tom Cotton’s op-ed.

Trending: President Trump Just Announces “We Will Be Back In Some Form!”

— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) January 6, 2021

Going to be entertaining watching the entire left-of-center punditocracy belatedly endorse Tom Cotton’s NYT op-ed.

— Robby Soave (@robbysoave) January 6, 2021

Not only was the legacy paper’s front page scheduled to read “Trump Incites Mob.

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