With COVID hysteria ramping down, The New York Times is returning to their more traditional climate fraud.
The New York Times says thousand year old redwood trees are burning up, and it is your fault. PHOTO CREDIT: Wikimedia – The Rim Fire in the Stanislaus National Forest near Yosemite National Park, California.
The New York Times puts on yet another spectacular show of Orwellian doublespeak.
The New York Times has one of the worst articles Tony Heller has ever seen today. They are spreading misinformation in an attempt to get their readers hysterical.
Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them. – George Orwell
Reporters for the Gray Lady are outraged after discovering that conservatives are digging up old tweets and social media posts from New York Times reporters and embarrassing them. In response to this completely normal media reporting, The Times ran an anti-trump smear claiming that it was a loose network of Trump allies trying to discredit… Read More Anti-Trump Smear BACKFIRES On New York Times, Left AND Right Slam Newspaper
As a result of pressure by far-Left activist, The New York Times recently changed a headline on its front page because it presented Trump in a neutral light. Tim Pool reveals this is part of a trend that has only gotten worse in recent months, in which the mainstream media and political Left are one… Read More Fake News About Trump Is Getting Insane And It’s Tearing America Apart
In an obvious attempt at deflection, The New York Times downplays the environmentalist views of El Paso shooter Patrick Crusius and even lumps him in with other white racist mass shooters, such as Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Robert Bowers and, not surprisingly, states he copies President Trump’s rhetoric. The Times does this while ignoring the main… Read More New York Times Downplays El Paso Shooter’s Environmentalism
At least in the lower 48 states. RONALD BAILEY | 7.19.2019, Reason Americans east of the Rockies are sweltering as daytime temperatures soar toward 100 degrees or more. It is now customary for journalists covering big weather events to speculate on how man-made climate change may be affecting them, and the current heat wave is… Read More The National Climate Assessment Disagrees With NYT That Heatwaves Are Getting Worse
Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio responds to the New York Times article attacking YouTubers for making arguments on the internet.