Compare and contrast two NYTimes headlines from today:
Michael Steinhardt, a Leading Jewish Philanthropist, Is Accused of a Pattern of Sexual Harassment
Italian Driver Sets School Bus on Fire After Kidnapping Students
There is no mention of the Italian bus driver’s religion and ethnicity, even though this is a crucial fact for understanding his crime, in the way that the Jewish philanthropist’s alleged misdeeds are not.
Also, the Jew’s misdeeds were deemed so important that I get pop-up notifications about them while there aren’t any for the terror attack in Italy. You’ll say it’s because people care more about domestic stuff but right now the front page on the paper’s app leads with 3 international stories.
Here is what Steinhardt’s alleged misdeeds were like:
Deborah Mohile Goldberg worked for Birthright Israel, a nonprofit co-founded by Mr. Steinhardt, when he asked her if she and a female colleague would like to join him in a threesome, she said.
Suggesting sex, in my opinion, is a normal human activity. Not taking no for an answer and continuing to pester is objectionable. But if everybody who suggests sex is an evildoer, then…. who really isn’t an evildoer?
This is the kind of majorly important stuff that the newspaper of record deems more important than an attempted mass murder of 50 kids.