Hungary: ‘Ivory Tower’ New York Times Editors ‘Just Don’t Get’ Migrant Crisis

Zoltán Kovács, official spokesman for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, has responded to accusations of wrongdoing by “ivory tower” editors at The New York Times by saying that they “just don’t get” the European migrant crisis.

The newspaper’s editorial board claimed that Prime Minister Orbán was “playing the European Union for a patsy” on 13 March, urging the bloc’s central authorities to take action against his government.

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  • Martin B

    There are a lot of things New York Times editors just don’t get.

    Pretty much everything, in fact.

    • Alain

      Just a couple of examples quickly come to mind: that the Holocaust was taking place when it was and the evil and horrors of the Soviet Union.

      • Oracle9

        My lefty friends still deny the truth in The Gulag Archipelago.

  • Perhaps the editors would like to house a few dozen migrants?

    What validity that might give them.