NYT: Stranded at the Border

Wait, for a “Stranded at the Border” story about the ‘refugees’, how did this photo get on the NYT’s main page? The standard template is to show a woman holding her child, not a picture which more accurately reflects the 80%+ ‘refugee’ demo that is Muslim men between the ages of 18 and 35.


Furthermore, the guys in the front on the far left and far right (wearing the black head garbs) look particularly menacing, like the great grandsons of Anthony Quinn’s tribal warlord character Auda Abu Tayi in Lawrence of Arabia.

C’mon, NYT editors! You guys are sleeping at the wheel!

Auda Abu Tayi, a potential "Syrian Refugee"

Auda Abu Tayi, a potential “Syrian Refugee”

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