Fifteen years of endless summer at The New York Times.
When a pipeline is shut down for 4 days, The New York Times calls it an attack. But, as Tony Heller points out, when Biden shut down a pipeline permanently, the Gray Lady called it good policy.
California government believes they can prevent droughts and forest fires by banning leaf blowers. PHOTO CREDIT: A symbol of bait-and-switch. Something the left does all of the time, as Tony’s example with The New York Times changing after Donald Trump stated something The Times published about California’s poor forest management.
For the past 25 years, depending on the current weather, climate alarmists and the press have been constantly changing their story between the demise of snow due to global warming and all this snow we are having is due to global warming.
It doesn’t take a scientific study to reveal that doom-and-gloom sells in American media. The news coverage surrounding the coronavirus is more negative in the U.S. obviously due to the amount of censorship at hand. The press reports bad news about the virus most of the time or they don’t get exposure. News publication editors… Read More Study: #COVID News Coverage In U.S. Has Been More Negative Than In Other Countries
When Sweden announced their approach to COVID-19, the country was vilified in the press and among officials world-wide. The New York Times was one of the media outlets that joined in the chorus scolding the Nordic country. Now, in what could be considered eating crow, the Gray Lady has published an article essentially admitting Sweden… Read More New York Times: Sweden Might Have #COVID-19 Outbreak Restrained
The current news cycle shows how desperate the press and Twitter are becoming about the election. Also, it should be noted that Nancy Pelosi is really hoping the mail-in vote fraud the Democrats will use to create chaos this November will enable Democrats in the U.S. House to elect Joe Biden. If they lose, the… Read More Press Election Desperation
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.