Newsweek reporter under fire for controversial tweetKendzior asserted that “the press seems particularly reluctant to pursue these [stories]. Which is not surprising since those who do write about them are threatened.” By whom, she did not say.“Interesting thread,” Burleigh replied. “To answer your final question, Israel, mossad, Chabad and black cube … you’re hitting the third rail of American journalism, Sarah.”
She was too late to bring Israel into the game. It's been long enough to tell that no-one but Russia is behind Trump's election victory. If she wanted to bring Israel into the game, she should've entered earlier. Now, it's too late. We don't need anyone else anymore to blame someone for his victory.Burleigh is no stranger to Jews and Israel. She has reported on the ground from West Bank settlements for Time magazine and also covered the Barack Obama-era peace process. In 2008, she wrote a nonfiction book, “Unholy Business,” about archaeology and forgery in Jerusalem.