This is what they think of you

This was a voicemail left by a reporter who worked for the New York Times:

“Again, I am from The New York Times, and I’m letting everyone in The New York Times know what kind of fucking assholes you are. Congrats on being a laughing stock,” Marquis said, calling the group “f*cking ghouls” and saying she hoped “there is a God in heaven, so he who judges you when you die.”

I’m more than a little surprised the NYT fired her for this. But a cursor investigation indicates they actually did do that. She left in July of 2021 to work for the NYT, then appears to have got her job back after the Times said good-bye.

I doubt that she has changed her beliefs even if she probably will be a little less candid about them. Sort of like the racist who knows they will get in trouble of they say the ‘n’ word out loud so they whisper it to themselves when they are in public.

Prejudice is such an ugly thing.


3 thoughts on “This is what they think of you

  1. Being a laughing stock for the NYT is an honor. What I will never be is knelt down in front of a communist murder ditch.
    Like a useful idiot at the NYT.

    • They have their own invisible friend. They believe in a god who is omnipresent, all-powerful, and all-knowing, and all-merciful. By a remarkable coincidence, its name also starts with “G”; “Government.”

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