New York Times Defends Mara Gay: Her Comments Were 'Taken Out of Context'

New York Times Defends Mara Gay: Her Comments Were 'Taken Out of Context'


The New York Times has released a statement defending its columnist Mara Gay after she stated Tuesday on MSNBC’s Morning Joe that she was “disturbed” by trucks donning American flags or pro-Trump messages and insisted we must “separate Americanness, America, from whiteness.”

“New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay’s comments on MSNBC have been irresponsibly taken out of context,” the New York Times Communications Twitter account wrote in a tweet, claiming that her comments were instead about supporters of former President Donald Trump and their love of the American flag.

New York Times editorial board member Mara Gay’s comments on MSNBC have been irresponsibly taken out of context. Her argument was that Trump and many of his supporters have politicized the American flag. The attacks on her today are ill-informed and grounded in bad-faith.

— NYTimes Communications (@NYTimesPR) June 8, 2021

“Her argument was that Trump

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