The New York Times has been a major player in the media’s recent slobberfest over North Korea, pushing hot takes like this:

You’d like to think that after having a day to think about why that piece was flaming garbage, the New York Times would feel some shame and admit that they’d made a huge mistake in publishing it.

You’d like to think that … but that’s not what happened:

Wow.

So, not only are the people complaining about the New York Times’ fawning coverage of North Korea “naive” and “foolish,” but it’s wrong to expect coverage to be comprehensive and honest.

Unreal.

This shouldn’t be difficult, New York Times. And if it is, maybe it’s time to re-evaluate yourself.

All the news that’s fit to print … except the news that tells the truth.