Paranoid warns New York Times employees about talking to strangers

Remember when it was reported last week Politico That New York Times “Hate seen as a reaction” in the Project Veritas video Bar Reporter Matthew Rosenberg laughed at the hysteria of the drama of several of his colleagues for alleged stress in the Capitol building on January 6, 2021?

Unfortunately BarIt appears that Project Veritas and James O’Keefe are now thinking about each of the waking (and possibly sleeping) Times staff that was published by a memo, part of which was published in Tuesday’s report. Politico Playbook PM.

Looking at Memo’s paranoid attitude, it seems like don’t trust anyone, suspect all strangers:

A sign of the timesIn the wake of Project Veritas’ most recent sting operation on the NYT, Times staff newsroom leaders sent out a memo warning of possible future attempts to apprehend NYT workers. “We strongly support the transparency of our work, and it is good for the public to hear from you about what you do at The Times. But we want to remind you to take extra care if your stranger asks you to talk to The Times. Please be aware that this may be an attempt to secretly record you with audio or video, “reads a memo from Deputy Managing Editor Cliff Levy and Senior VP of Culture and Cinara Charles-Pierre.

The Washington Post Media critic Eric Wempel tweeted the full paranoid memo, urging Times staff to report suspicious questions to “Corporate Communications”.

What was hilarious about Wemple’s tweet New York Times The memo is that it reflects more on Project Veritas Parania than any other journalist outside of it. New York Times Such as Jacob Silverman’s The new republic:

Of course it’s a big assumption that someone cares about one’s opinion as well The new republic Reporters have faded into almost complete obscurity from that magazine.

Another person who experienced the symptoms of Project Veritas paranoia was Wempley The Washington Post Colleague, Dave Weigel:

Imagine going to your favorite pub and since a new bartender starts talking to you in a friendly way, your first persuasion is to “record” on your phone because you can’t trust a stranger. Is it really a new bartender or is he (or she) really working for Project Veritas?

Embarrassment in Bar Staffing, which now seems to be spreading to the rest of the mainstream media, is intensifying.

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