By Ed Wallace, Publisher of UtahStandardNews.com / December 30, 2020
Ed’s note: I visited with Eric to learn about his experience with the SL Trib. The details are all in the interview, but the chronology is interesting to note. The links to all of the Trib postings are active. Eric has been treated differently from past winners. They even took the time to scold Orrin Hatch 2 years ago. Eric has just been ignored. Like, if the news isn’t reported, it doesn’t happen? Welcome to Utah’s “cancel culture”.
Click to watch UGEtube video: https://ugetube.com/watch/interview-with-eric-moutsos-quot-utahn-of-the-year-quot-mp4_cKnYfkar7VBnJ8S.html
Watch on YouTube (Quicker load): https://youtu.be/1LxXnLkdL-A
SL Tribune Chronology:
Dec. 18, 2020, 1:05 p.m. Whom would you choose for Utahn of the Year? Picture of health care worker – “The Salt Lake Tribune continues its annual tradition of choosing a Utahn of the Year. The person or persons are chosen based on their impact on the state during 2020. The Tribune will announce a winner on Christmas Day, but first we want to hear from our readers. Please pick one of our candidates (presented in alphabetical order), or nominate your own.
Dec. 25, 2020, 12:00 a.m. Updated: 7:17 a.m. OPINION – Health care workers are the 2020 Utahns of the Year
Dec. 25, 2020, 8:00 a.m. – Salt Lake Tribune readers make a surprising pick for Utahn of the Year
Tribune Search Eric Moutsos – Letter: Moutsos has no place among Utahns of the Year – Dec. 26, 2020, 11:00 a.m. Larry S. Smith, Salt Lake City – “I’ve never been so disgusted with The Tribune. Do you have no shame? He, along with like-minded conspiracy advocates, is at least partially responsible for our country’s dismal record in containing COVID.”
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