Carlos Tejada, Deputy Asia Editor for the Times, Dies
The story of the day is this. Not that this happened, but how it was covered. The deputy Asia editor of The New York Times Carlos tejada. I know you know all about this. I just didn't know if you would think I would make that the top story of the day. Carlos sahade was the deputy Asia editor of The New York Times. He was stationed in Seoul Korea. And he died on Friday at a hospital in Seoul. He was 49 and completely healthy to the best of our knowledge. This is The New York Times coverage. Ready? His wife, Nora teha, said the cause was a heart attack. All right. Cause was a heart attack. This is from biz PAC review. What is the. Orientation of bish review? Centrist is such a thing as a centrist site. Okay. New York Times editor 49 dies of heart attack one day after posting that posting that he got his booster shot. Carlos to how to deputy Asia, Asia editor for The New York Times, reportedly died from a heart attack one day after receiving the Moderna booster shot. According to his social media account to how the previously received two Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine shots. In breaking the story, locked down and vaccine skeptic, Alex berenson, himself an ex times reporter, who was permanently banned from Twitter, and is now suing the platform as a result, asserted the following on his substack page. On December 16th in Seoul, South Korea, to how to receive a Moderna mRNA slash LNP booster. No clinical trials have ever been conducted to examine the safety or efficacy of mixing various types of these vaccines, and Carlos did not give informed consent as the consent form was in Korean, a language he could not read.