...is the fact that the guy who wrote this in the New York Times yesterday:
Why Republicans Won’t Renounce TrumpAndrew Rosenthal JUNE 8, 2016When Donald Trump attacked a federal judge whose parents were born in Mexico, Hispanic Americans were outraged. Other minority groups saw a pattern of bigotry. Democrats had a hard time concealing their glee. Republican leaders pretended they disapproved.Well, to be fair, they did disapprove in a way — not because Trump believes the things he says, but because he says them so directly.Far too many Republicans share this kind of racism and have for a long time. Trump has just dispensed with dog whistles and revels in his bigotry instead. But this is the party the Republicans have been deliberately and assiduously building for many decades, the party of division and intolerance...
...is the very same guy who has for years given David Brooks and Ross Douthat mountains of money and carte blanche to commit multiple and ongoing Conservative felonies against historical fact, objective reality and journalist on his paper's op-ed page and who hired Bill Fucking Kristol (remember?) as an op-ed columnist for one glorious year (which, I would remind you, is one full year longer than any of you non-lying, non-sociopath, non-blood-drunk war mongers have ever been -- or will ever be -- hired by the New York Times.)
Andrew Mark Rosenthal (born February 25, 1956) is an American journalist and editorial page editor of The New York Times. He is the son of A.M. "Abe" Rosenthal, a long time New York Times senior executive and executive editor. Andrew Rosenthal is in charge of the paper's opinion pages, both in the newspaper and online. He oversees the editorial board, the Letters and Op-Ed departments, as well as the Editorial and Op-Ed sections of NYTimes.com. The New York Times maintains a separation between the editorial department of the paper and the news department. Rosenthal answers directly to the publisher, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr...
You know, one thing holds true of every place I have ever worked, regardless of the business, whether public, private or education sector, and good boss or bad. If the person to whom I reported had made it abundantly clear that, say, shitting in the office fish tank was a really, really bad thing to do -- an existentially unforgivable thing to do -- and the centerpiece of my genius plan for career success involved hanging my ass right over that tank, twice a week, every week, in full view of his or her office and taking a massive dump right on the head of his or her favorite peppermint angelfish, it would never occur to me that the consequences of my action would be that I would be rewarded with a a job-for-life and a mountain of money...in a business where hundreds of really smart, qualified people are sacked every month and for good reason.
Obviously do not understand the journalism game at all.