Netanyahu wins historic fifth term in Israel, New York Times calls that 'a setback'

Well, the New York Times is at it again.  Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu scored an unprecedented fifth term in a nail-bitingly tight race, and instead of trumpeting that historic victory for what it is, the paper is instead stroking its chin and calling it "a setback." Here is the Times' own tweet: Breaking News: Israel's elections were a setback for Benjamin Netanyahu, exit polls showed. It's unclear if he or his rival will be able to form a government. — The New York Times (@nytimes) April 9, 2019 Mark Levin and Bill Mitchell certainly noticed: New York Times screws up again — Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) April 10, 2019 I GUESS OBAMA SHOULD HAVE TRIED HARDER - New York Times Declares ‘Setback’ for Netanyahu as He Wins Israeli Election via @BreitbartNews — Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) April...(Read Full Post)
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