The Huffington Post reports that The New York Post has fired associate editor Sandra Guzman, months after she was critical of a Sean Delonas cartoon that garnered criticism last February for its comparison between a crazed chimpanzee and President Barack Obama.
Although HuffPo, citing anonymous Post employees, said Guzman’s firing “seemed retributive,” the News Corp.-owned paper claims the editor was dismissed because they “discontinued” the section she worked for, Tempo, which focuses on Latino culture and heritage.
But perhaps the Post could have picked a better time to end their Latino-focused section than in the midst of Hispanic Heritage Month. We imagine this isn’t the last we’ll hear of this latest Post controversy.
NY Post Fires Editor Critical Of Racist Obama-Stimulus Cartoon –Huffington Post
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