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NY Times Reporter Won’t Say If She Knows Anybody at Paper Who’s Pro-Life

NY Times Reporter Won’t Say If She Knows Anybody at Paper Who’s Pro-Life

If She Knew Anyone at Times Who Was Pro-Life, Don’t You Think She Would Have Said So?

Is anyone at the New York Times pro-life? Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor won’t say. On today’s Hardball, discussion turned to Donald Trump’s charge that the media elites are biased against him. Conservative commentator Hugh Hewitt posited that 90% of the elite Manhattan/Beltway media will be voting for Hillary and applauding her election.

To test Hewitt’s theory, Chris Matthews asked Alcindor whether she knew anybody at the Times who was pro-life. She first responded, “I’m not going to answer that question.” To his credit, Matthews pressed the question, but Alcindor continued to dodge, eventually saying she hadn’t asked any of her co-workers about it. Matthews seemed to conclude that Hewitt’s point had been made.

HUGH HEWITT: 90% plus of Manhattan/Beltway media elites will vote for Hillary Clinton and will applaud her election. That seeps into coverage. It’s what Dan Rather said: news is where you look. Those elites look for news in places other than, for example, the Obamacare premium hikes or the problems at the FBI.

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CHRIS MATTHEWS: Do you know anybody, Yamiche, at the New York Times who’s pro-life?

YAMICHE ALCINDOR: [laughs] That’s not a question I’m going to answer. I have no idea.

MATTHEWS: Do you know anybody? You don’t have to name names. Do you know anybody at the Times who’s pro-life.

ALCINDOR: I have not asked, I have not asked my coworkers that question I should say.

MATTHEWS: Oh, that’s cute. Hugh, you’re making your point. Go ahead. That’s the way you make your point.

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Wul, duh. IF there were any people at the NYT who WERE pro-life, they DAMN sure wouldn’t noise it around the office!

There’d be hell to pay…

    And also this reporter knows just *exactly* what would happen to anybody who she ‘outed’ as pro-life.

    They’re all Love and Tolerance until they find a Cruz bumper sticker or Rush Limbaugh on the radio of a co-worker…

And in other news, Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox today…

For bonus laughs, ask her to define Conservatism…

If you are Catholic and undecided who to vote for, this video from Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted, the Diocese of Phoenix, should help you with your decision:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=881aDDE5qFY&feature=youtu.be

    Exiliado in reply to catscradle. | October 24, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    I am not a fan of the Catholic Church, but this video touched me.
    I highly recommend watching it.

    Yes very good sermon.

    I’m a lapsed Catholic, mainly because of the SJWs disguised as priests and the liberation theology leaning hierarchy.

    I’ve sworn now to catch his sermon each Sunday.

The janitor maybe?

Her mother was pro life.

this brought to mind the famous quote by Kael, former film critic of the New Yorker, after the Nixon landslide victory (often claimed to be a fraudulent quote, but here buttressed by an article in the New Yorker itself.

‘Pauline Kael famously commented, after the 1972 Presidential election, “I live in a rather special world. I only know one person who voted for Nixon. Where they are I don’t know. They’re outside my ken. But sometimes when I’m in a theater I can feel them.” ‘

http://www.newyorker.com/the-front-row/my-oscar-picks#ixzz1FCt1d1Mw

So Yamiche lives in her own special little world too. Probably a safe space with kittens and playdough.

How’s Lew, Yamiche?

You’re evil if you oppose the Left’s reimagined “final solution” for unwanted, inconvenient, and unworthy lives carried out in abortion chambers (and Planned Parenthood). That and opposition to [class] diversity schemes (e.g. racism, sexism) will have you branded by Twilighters as a “bitter clinger” and shunned from liberal society.

    n.n in reply to n.n. | October 25, 2016 at 10:47 am

    opposition to [class] diversity schemes

    More like recognition of individual dignity. To quote:

    “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

    Pro-Choice is selective and opportunistic, unprincipled and unpredictable.

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