What is the NYT definition of a "small-time Democratic donor and activist"?How much would someone have to give to be a big democratic donor?
He gave tens of thousands to CA Democrats and $500k to Democratic groups, yet the paper said
“Two men died in the home of Ed Buck, a small-time Democratic donor and political activist"
What is objective standard that the NYT uses to call someone a "small-time donor"? To me that would be like someone giving a few thousand every 4 years or something like that.
Is there a different standard for Democratic donors and Republicans?
- Justin ThymeLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
We all know that the NY Times is extremely politically biased and totally lacking in credibility.
- Anonymous4 months ago
ny times is all fake news 24/7 trump[ destroyed them just like he did cnn.
- LiliLv 74 months ago
Given that some people give millions, someone whose donations do not exceed the thousands level ranks as a relatively "small" donor.
In politics, these things are always relative. The same thing would be said of a Republican.
In any case, this guy's political leanings are actually irrelevant to his alleged crimes. He didn't commit them because he's a Democrat. I'd say the same thing about any Republican caught in this situation.