Once again, the self-styled newspaper of record NYT found a new way to embarrass itself.
Earlier it reached a new low by proliferating fake news about kill shots and all else flu/covid related.
Along with other MSM, the Times was bribed by the Biden regime to promote what it should have condemned.
A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request learned that MSM — like the NYT — got $1 billion in blood money to push destruction of public health over the other way around.
Its months of fake news on Russia during the run-up to and after its SMO in Ukraine began matched the new low it reached on all things flu/covid.
And now hatchet job mass deception on Tucker Carlson last weekend in three parts, headlined:
“How Tucker Carlson Stoked White Fear to Conquer Cable (sic).”
“How Tucker Carlson Reshaped Fox News — and Became Trump’s Heir (sic).”
“Look Inside the Apocalyptic Worldview of ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight (sic).’ ”
There’s no ambiguity about why the Times went all-out to demean Carlson.
In stark contrast to MSM managed news misinformation and disinformation rubbish on virtually all important domestic and geopolitical issues, Carlson is a rare exception to the rule.
Along with getting Biden regime blood money to sell health-destroying kill shots, masking and all else flu/covid related, was the Times bribed in similar fashion to bash Carlson?
According to AdWeek, he hosts the most popular cable news program.
For good reason, he refused to be interviewed by the Times for its multi-part fake news series.
He also refused to read rubbish written about him by the Times.
His official Twitter page posted a photo of him holding up the Times’ front page with him top-featured.
Laughing, he didn’t say a word about Times rubbish. He didn’t have to.
It speaks for itself in similar fashion to fake news infesting daily Times editions on virtually all most important domestic and geopolitical issues.
It’s been a Times tradition since the mid-19th century — fake news over the real thing in support of wealth, power and privileged interests.
The same reality notably applies to providing press agent services for hegemon USA’s wars on invented enemies by hot and/or other means.
A few fake news snippets about Carlson include:
He “constructed what may be the most racist show in the history of cable news (sic).”
His show is an “encyclopedia of provocations (sic).”
He “bec(ame) the most visible and voluble defender of those who violently stormed the US Capitol to keep Donald J. Trump in office (sic).”
What happened on January 6, 2021 was an undemocratic Dem false flag.
It was staged to whitewash a stolen election — to elevate the fake Biden to power by defusing a legitimate Trump-led GOP challenge.
And this Times fake news about Carlson:
Calling him a Vladimir Putin “apologist and cheerleader (sic),” the Times added:
He parrot(s) Russian talking points and promote(s) Kremlin propaganda about purported biolabs in Ukraine (sic).”
There’s nothing “purported” about dozens of Pentagon biolabs in the country — and hundreds more worldwide.
They’re involved in developing and producing deadly pathogens for biowarfare on invented enemies.
What the Times called parroting “Russian talking points (and) Kremlin propaganda” by Carlson is straight talk factual reporting.
It’s in stark contrast to US/Western fake news about Russia — “parroted” by the Times and other MSM, based on state-approved talking points.
Indeed the Biden regime is flooding the US with hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants — wanting them to become enfranchised citizens and undemocratic Dem supporters.
Demeaning Carlson for reporting what’s indisputable, the Times called his truth-telling “a racist conspiracy theory (sic).”
And it reinvented his straight talk as “paranoid style…to bind viewers more closely to the Fox brand (sic).”
In its multi-part hatchet job, the Times published over 15,000 words of rubbish to demean Carlson for not sticking exclusively to the fabricated official narrative.
The broadsheet wouldn’t have devoted who knows how many hours and days combing through around 1,150 episodes of Tucker Carlson Tonight to invent enough dirt to bash him if his program was lowly instead of highly rated.
Like time and again before, the Times did more to demean itself than its chosen target.
The self-styled newspaper of record repeatedly proves that what it calls “news that’s fit to print” isn’t fit to read.