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WTF MSM!? What happened to Newsweek?

Making Salon blush …

Heil Christmas? … The following is an actual headline, from Christmas Eve, at Newsweek: “How Trump and the Nazis stole Christmas to promote white nationalism.” The piece goes through how Donald Trump campaigned on returning to tradition, starting with “saying Merry Christmas again.” It then goes dark, quickly. Yes, returning to the tradition of unabashedly saying “Merry Christmas” is the same thing as the Nazi party using Christmas traditions. Newsweek used to be a milquetoast weekly news magazine like Time. Yes, it had a bias — everybody does, and anyone who says otherwise is lying — but this is something completely different. And it isn’t just this piece.

Bad Melania … After consulting with arborists, and out of caution for people who stand under it, first lady Melania Trump has decided to remove a tree from the White House grounds. Quelle horreur! The tree in question is the 200-year-old Jackson magnolia. Newsweek’s headline claimed it was a bad, horrible, anti-environmentalist decision by the first lady.

There’s more … Those are just two recent headlines from Newsweek that are completely biased and over the top. The past few months have seen more like this gem: “Sarah Huckabee Sanders is a ‘liar’ who spews ‘horseshit’ for Trump, GOP strategist says.” That story’s url? “sanders-likes-horseshit-trump.” That’s outrageous. And there’s the time that Newsweek compared Trump to a mass murderer. The list really could go on and on and on, but this email would end up filling your inbox quota (yes, I know that’s rarely a thing any more and that this dates me).

When I was a teenager, I used to be an avid reader of Newsweek. I found it less biased than Time. My, how times have changed.

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