NEW YORK (VINnews Podcast) — The New York Times has published its 18th hit piece against Chassidim. The newspaper repeatedly creates nasty allegations about the Jewish community which are a pure hoax…the very same playbook they use against President Trump.
The most recent article viciously twisted the facts and manufactured a scintillating, misleading headline, to give the bogus appearance of crime and corruption, yet when you look at the facts, they absolve the Chassidic community of any wrongdoing.
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The piece targets the Kiryas Yoel school district, which the Times accuses of nefariously and corruptly pumping millions of tax dollars into the private school yeshiva system.
However what the paper fails to mention is that everything was done legally, ethically, and legitimately. The money was paid either as rent, for repairs, or it was money that the district was legally required to turn over to private schools.
Regarding Covid relief funds, the only reason the district was awarded $95 million was because there are so many low-income private school students, as the NY Times itself admits in the article.
Yet they make it sound like a massive scandal when they share those funds with yeshivas.
In this episode of the VIN Podcast, Yaakov M breaks down the baseless allegations of the Times, and explains point by point by the Kiryas Yoel school district did nothing wrong and deserves an apology (which sadly will never happen).
Yaakov M is the Charedi Sean Hannity.
He is a senior columnist for VIN and former Op-Ed columnist for Newsmax. He’s hosted a conservative podcast for 15 years, studied in Kollel 14 years, was a Bais Medrash Rebbi over a decade, and obtained smicha from a top Rosh Yeshiva. (Opinions are his own and do not necessarily reflect Daas Torah.)
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