But of course it is so. Jewish businesses in Los Angeles ransacked in riots, but only Israeli and Jewish media care.
First the media ignored the carnage, with one famous example of a “journalist” reporting on “mostly peaceful” protests with a burning building in the background. Then the media just decided that the obvious targeting of Jewish neighborhoods, people and businesses wasn’t worth reporting. It still isn’t, apparently.
Since then, images have emerged of a darker narrative, with rioters targeting Jewish businesses. Israeli newspapers ran with this angle this past Saturday, but by the end of the day, there was nothing about the Jewish vandalism to be found on the New York Times website. Usually the Times is pretty up on anti-Semitism, but it was easier to find a piece about Anna Wintour than any mentions of vandalized Jews.
So now we’re avoiding news about anti-Semitism in these riots urging diversity?
The media have become a part of the problem. Can’t report the news if doing so would let people scream “racist.” Better to just ignore the bigotry on the part of the