An amazingly detailed analysis of the many ways in which mainstream coverage of the Bolivian coup by the NY Times, WSJ and Washington Post is not just biased, but often straight-up based on factually inaccurate information.

(All of is 🔥, but CW that it might make your blood boil.)

@anaulin You were right. It did make my blood boil. Especially as they recounted some of the history of the OAS.

@cstanhope Yeah. It's.. sigh. I do wonder -- how do we get our news? Given that seemingly we can't trust NYT or WaPo to even get facts right.

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