Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's Newspaper of Record

Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's
Newspaper of Record

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Wednesday 29 June : Some Issues We Need To Discuss: Foxy Knoxy And The Crystal Clear Case of the African Who Did It, and Whose Non-Indictment As The Obvious Perp As A Result of International Standards of Anti-Racism Have Essentially Placed The Savage Murder Of Meredith on Poor Amanda. Will Another Amy Biel Phenom Arise From All This? We Wonder. (Stranger Things Have Happened)

Foxy Knoxy: Currently Suffering Nightmarish
Consequences of the Dr. Watson Paradox*
June 29th, MMXI - Clk 2 Enrlg
Two subjects that we would really like to talk about today here at COTT : Amanda Cox, to the left, and in the photo below, the brand new chancellor of the New York City schools system, Dennis M. Walcott. We will get into it a bit later, but in a nutshell we would like to talk about the relationship between these two cases, and the way - sometimes very strange indeed - that they are presented in the pages of Amerika's newspaper of record.

Show of hands, please: how many of you reading this can explain how the uber high-profile murder prosecution of an American teenage girl living an innocent JYQ in Perogia in Italy (even though the real killer {Ruby GUEDE} is not only in jail as you read this, having already pled guilty to the crime, but is also a member of a species which in the past has shown itself to have an รด so inconvenient propensity to engage in violent crime and sub-human savagery on a regular basis)  ... how can the portrait of a sweet American teenager accused of murder in Italy, be equated with a glowing portrait in Amerika's newspaper of record of the brand-new chief of New York City's public school system, which is the largest in the country?

Dennis Walcott: Like Michele Obama, Has Admitted to Being Not Too Intelligent; Like Obama, Devoted His Free College Education to Sniffing Out Racism in African American Studies

Anyone?  Anyone know?

Worry not: we will provide the answers for you - along with explanations for the Dr. Watson Paradox and how it fits into this mater - a little later.

The New York Times: really pushing our buttons since 2005. (okay, 2004).

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