The New York Times Guild, a union that is supposed to represent employees of the New York Times, tweeted out a demand that New York Times columnist Bret Stephens be censored.
Later, the Guild deleted its bizarre demand.
On Friday, Stephens published an op-ed critical of the Times’ own “1619 Project,” a group project led by far-left reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones that has become an ongoing embarrassment for all involved.
The “1619 Project” falsely claims America was not founded in 1776 (fact check: it was). According to Hannah-Jones and company, America was actually founded in 1619, when the first African slave was brought here (fact check: it wasn’t).
What’s more, the “Project” falsely claims the American Revolution was fought to protect slavery (fact check: it wasn’t).
Naturally, all these toxic lies were immediately embraced by Democrats. What’s more, these toxic lies won a Pulitzer, and a number of schools have announced