The OAS’s initial claims of fraud centered around a 'drastic' and 'inexplicable' change in the trend of the vote, which allegedly took place after the preliminary results system, or TREP, was suspended for nearly 24 hours. In the time since, myriad statistical analyses — from CEPR (beginning the day after the OAS allegations), and from academics at MIT, Tulane, University of Pennsylvania and elsewhere, have shown the OAS’s statistical analysis to be deeply flawed. In fact, there was no 'inexplicable' change in the trend of the vote."
-->To the NYT, the recent election was all about how "Bolivia Overcame a Crisis and Held a Clean Election." Little mention of the US backed OAS's false accusations. No mention of the US coup that followed. Down the empire's memory hole with our "newspaper of record."
The Guardian UK:
"The Trump administration is reportedly considering labelling a number of leading international humanitarian organisations as antisemitic after they documented Israeli rights abuses against Palestinians, including settlement building in the occupied territories.
The groups include the UK-based Amnesty International and Oxfam as well as the US organisation Human Rights Watch. Amnesty International accused the Trump administration, and the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, of attempting 'to silence and intimidate international human rights organisations'.
The plans were detailed in reports in Politico and the Washington Post and based on briefings from unnamed officials and a congressional aide who said that a declaration labelling the groups antisemitic could come as early as this week."
-->The NYT is not covering this story, probably because the US collusion with Israel just looks too bad. In fact, the collusion stinks, with the US government willing to attack human rights organizations for exposing Israeli Apartheid.
"The four first-term progressive congresswomen collectively called the Squad led a letter Friday calling for independent international investigation of 'recent, ongoing, and credible allegations of egregious human rights abuses by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), its components, and its private contractors.'
'From the unwanted and unnecessary hysterectomies of migrant women, to the forced separation of children from their families, to the indefinite detention of immigrants in abhorrent conditions—the cruelty and callousness of the Department of Homeland Security under [President] Donald Trump knows no bounds,' Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) said in a statement Friday.
'This administration has demonstrated time and again its utter disregard for the lives of our immigrant neighbors, while our institutions of government have done little to hold it accountable—that must change. It's time we had a truly independent, external, and impartial investigation into these alleged human rights abuses by DHS, and I am proud to partner with my sisters in service in leading this call,' she added."
-->Always ready to protect the empire's image, the NYT didn't cover this story. Maybe they will eventually.