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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Dershowitz: I Don't Have 'Right Point of View' for NYT

Considered one of the great legal minds in the U.S., Alan Dershowitz forms his opinions based on rule of law — not something the liberal mainstream media is interested in these days.

The Harvard law professor, famed TV contributor and writer on issues of law says he has been shut out by The New York Times and other liberal outlets recently because his objective opinions don't fit "the narrative they're pushing" on President Donald Trump and his administration, he told the Washington Examiner.

Despite the fact that Dershowitz remains an unabashed "liberal Hillary Clinton supporter."

"It's not that I'm not credentialed," Dershowitz told the Examiner. "It's that I don't have the right point of view."

"I said that I thought the readers of The New York Times were entitled to hear or read the other side of the issue whether there were crimes committed," Dershowitz told the Examiner.

Dershowitz said he never heard back from editors at The Times.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

NYT doesn't want any opinion that doesn't agree with their way of thinking.