Why let the truth get in the way of a “story about race in America” that you want to tell? Why not just roll with it and go with whatever interpretation of the event fits your preconceived worldview?
“The massacres at three massage parlors in the Atlanta area this week, leaving eight human beings dead, others injured, and their families scarred, were horrifying. Read this deeply moving story about the son of one of the women killed to remind yourself of this. It’s brutal. The grief will spread and resonate some more.
But this story has also been deeply instructive about our national discourse and the state of the American mainstream and elite media. This story’s coverage is proof, it seems to me, that American journalists have officially abandoned the habit of attempting any kind of “objectivity” in reporting these stories. We are now in the enlightened social justice world of “moral clarity” and “narrative-shaping.” …”
BTW, it is all those “far right” people who are spreading “misinformation” on the internet. Someone ought to step in and shut all those people down before they call us out or even worse ridicule our bullshit and millions of people laugh and agree. We’re the real “journalists” here.
This is not “misinformation”: