Elon Musk criticized the New York Times for its silence on a report on Twitter censorship

Elon Musk blasted The New York Times on Saturday for refusing to cover the ongoing firestorm over Twitter’s political censorship — blasting the paper as a “lobbying firm for far-left politicians.”

Slam came in response to the tweet conservative radio host Clay Travis“One article about @elonmusk or @twitter email” published on Friday did not appear on the Gray Lady’s pages or website, it said.

“That’s because The New York Times has become, for all intents and purposes, an unregistered lobbying firm for far-left politicians.” Musk replied.

The New York Times has yet to address Twitter’s political censorship.
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A bombshell report Saturday afternoon documenting Twitter censorship by The Post and Democratic pressure to cover Hunter Biden’s laptop ahead of the 2020 presidential election was absent from the Times website, as well as from the website of its main competitor, the Washington Post.

“Whatever your politics,” Travis continued, “if you’re in the media and you think the new revelations about the heaviest censorship of a newspaper in the history of big tech aren’t a story worth covering.” a journalist, you are a propagandist.”


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