Snowflake New York Times ‘Journalists’ Revolt Because Paper Published Op-Ed By Republican Senator Tom Cotton

Republican Senator Tom Cotton wrote an op-ed calling for the military to be employed to stop the rioting in Western towns.
That is a position.
The column of Cotton was printed by the New York Times, and now the much left activists pretending to be journalists at the paper are currently freaking out.
Townhall reports:

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The Thought Police Are Out in Full Force
Cortney touched today’s truly insane New York Times controversy, where Times”journalists” and others on the left have been angrily denouncing the paper for conducting an op/ed composed by a sitting US Senator, espousing a majority-supported proposal. Sen. Tom Cotton calls for its invocation of the Insurrection Act in regions of the country where authorities are not able to quell violent riots and looting, citing previous (rare) examples of presidents deploying the military to enforce order.
Reveals that the public horrified by the burning of communities and towns — favors this idea garnering the support of black voters that are nearly four-in-ten. However, the Official Left, led to the Times’ own employees, has determined that this opinion Wasn’t only incorrect, but “dangerous” that it shouldn’t have been printed:

The so-called’paper of record’ is enjoy a college campus that is liberal. What is safe spaces, next?
Tom Cotton responded to the controversy on Twitter:
These journalists want to authorities thought offenses but not the real crimes unfolding on the streets of New York.
The world has truly gone mad.
Cross posted from American Lookout.

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