(RoyalPatriot.com)- Just like Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted that they shouldn’t have censored the New York Post after they already impacted the results of the election by holding back news on the Hunter Biden scandal, the New York Times now appears to have admitted that President Trump was right about COVID.
In an op-ed published by the far-left news outlet, Nicholas Kristof described how the president was right about the response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic and the Democrats wrong. In the piece, entitled “When Trump Was Right and Many Democrats Wrong,” Kristof explained that the president’s belief that schools should remain open is correct.
The columnist wrote the piece in response to New York City’s announcement that all schools would be once again closing.
“Some things are true even though President Trump says them,” he admitted. “Trump has been demanding for months that schools reopen, and on that he seems to have been largely right.”
See how the things are true despite the president saying them? Even when they’re admitting he’s right they find a way to insult the president.
“Schools, especially elementary schools, do not appear to have been major sources of coronavirus transmission, and remote learning is proving to be a catastrophe for many low-income children,” he added.
Remote learning in New York causes problems for families who cannot afford to take time off work and watch their children during the day or pay for childcare while they go out to work.
“Yet America is shutting schools – New York City announced Wednesday that it was closing I the nation’s largest school district – even as it allows businesses like restaurants and bars to operate,” he added. “What are our priorities?”
The decision to close schools in New York goes against established science, despite the Democrats – who run New York – constantly claiming that they believe in following the science.
In September, the largest study yet showed that children are “significantly less likely to catch COVID-19” and are also much less likely to suffer from serious symptoms if they do catch the disease.
“Our findings show children under 12 to 14 years appear significantly less likely to contract COVID-19 from infected others,” lead author of the study, Professor Russel Viner said.
In the NYT piece, Kristof also acknowledged how European countries still experiencing lockdowns have left their schools open.
The question now is…if the New York Times can admit Trump was right, can New York City officials do the same?