New York Times Makes It’s Sunday Front Page Into Stark Spectacle Commemorating COVID-19 Deaths

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The New York Times has chosen a simple yet powerful memorial message honoring the 100,000 Americans who have already died from the coronavirus. It’s devoted the entire front page to a list of the victims, with a one-line biography, such as “Romi Cohen, 91, New York City, saved 56 families from the Gestapo.” Every time Donald Trump mentions the statistics of COVID-19, it is with lack of interest, in his characteristic monotone. This simple memorial on the front page of the Times is a powerful reminder that these Americans were people of diverse backgrounds, who contributed to America in countless ways.

There is no photo on the front page. That’s a first as well.

Trump will either ignore the Times or pretend to cancel his subscription once again. He’s out playing golf now, anyway.

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Debra
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Debra

Very very sad

Nobsartist
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RepubliCLOWNS, meet the plaintiffs.

David Bishop
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David Bishop

Now follow-through and denounce Trump’s re-election in November.