Guardian Gaza Spin Unravels

The Guardian has come under heavy fire over the last week for running an opinion piece by Joshua Trevino, a journalist who sparked controversy by saying he was “cool” with the idea of the IDF shooting American citizens on a flotilla bound for Gaza:

https://twitter.com/jstrevino/statuses/84685322142760960

When Al Jazeera reported on the story and claimed Trevino had been hired as a correspondent, the Guardian contacted them demanding that they issue a correction since apparently he was only a freelance contributor. However, judging by these before and after shots of two press releases from the paper, it looks like some creative editing has been going on at Guardian towers:

Before:

After:

First they announce Trevino as a new member of their editorial team, then demote him to a mere commentator. The Guardian has some nerve asking for a correction when they have had to correct themselves…




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