Lowlife NYSlimes shows true colors … Already floundering with honest staff people leaving in droves, the lowlife NYTimes (rhymes with Slimes) emerges yet again acting like the mafia dictatorships in going right after Tucker Carlson and his family by exposing his new address. They had already revealed his old address which forced he and his family to move in the first place, but the outrageous Times continues playing dirty.
In mafia parlance ‘Times’ still rhymes with ‘Slimes’.
As long as Tucker continues to boldly speak out (and by God, he’s doing that in droves!) he and his family remain targets. Autocrats can’t operate while freedom of speech exists. People like Tucker and Michelle Malkin (victim of the outrageous BLM Denver mugmaul) are reviled by the corrupt ruling class; and it’s not just the New York Times either, but the entire lowlife alphabet-soup philanderers inside the beltway.
It’s difficult to keep the masses in line if only one person tells them the truth. The Pelosi, Schumer, JoeDementia demoMarxocrat elite in this country are doing everything possible to shut down free speech and turn suburbia into free range gulags. Face it, if you’re not a peon now, you soon will be, and the elite will tell you that you should be grateful to take part in their great social experiment.
Mmmmm … definitely didn’t go down well under Stalin, Mussolini, PolPot, Hitler, MaoTse Tung, Ferdinand Marcos, Castro, etal. Nor the current CCP ‘modifiers’.Yet most people refuse to see the reality.
The scary thing now is, if the government instructed people to get on cattle cars in order to take them to Covid-19-free centers, many would willingly climb on. Oops … I take that back. They already have with the mask wearing. “It’s for your own good” worked well then, and it seems to be working yet again. I’ve never seen so many million face-muzzles on sale in grocery chainstores as if they’re the new ‘style-models’. I kid you not – muzzles are the latest ‘must-haves!’
Andrea Widburg, American Thinker: ‘Tucker Carlson denounces NYT for Threatening his Family’s Safety’…
It’s a line so hackneyed that everyone can recite it. The mob goon goes into a local business to force the owner to pay protection money. The goon looks around and says, “Nice little business ya’ got here. Shame if something happened to it.”
That’s how the mafia operates: It threatens people into compliance. And that’s how the New York Times is trying to silence Tucker Carlson – by threatening his family’s safety so that he’ll stop sharing facts and intelligent conservative analysis with the American people.
Tucker Carlson currently hosts the most-watched cable news program on television, a show that’s recently been breaking one record after another. Carlson is straightforward and witty, and he presents conservative ideas with extraordinary moral clarity. He’s also courageous, saying things that others, even conservatives, are afraid to say –for example, calling Black Lives Matter out as a Marxist revolutionary movement, rather than an organization genuinely interested in improving the lives of black people in America.
Because of his clarity and reach, Carlson threatens the Democrats’ monopoly over the social and political narrative in this country, a monopoly they maintain through the media, education, and Hollywood. For that reason, Carlson must be destroyed, and the New York Times has figured out how to do this: It’s going to “dox” him. Carlson detailed what’s going on in his Monday night show. [-]
[+] … The Carlsons finally decided to leave the neighborhood for their children’s safety. Now, the New York Times wants to force them out of their new home. There is no difference between what the Times is threatening and the mob goon saying, “Nice little house ya’ got here. Shame if something happened to it.” [-]
[+] … Update from Thomas Lifson:
Following the broadcast, the New York Times issued a vague and confusing statement of denial to Mediaite:
“While we do not confirm what may or may not publish in future editions, The Times has not and does not plan to expose any residence of Tucker Carlson’s, which Carlson was aware of before tonight’s broadcast.”
What is the predicate of “which”? It makes no sense to state that Carlson would have awareness of “any residence.” Does it mean that Carlson was aware that the Times has no such plans? If so, the statement should be worded differently, for example, “As Carlson was aware of before the before the broadcast….”
I am so old that I remember when the New York Times knew how to write clear, grammatical sentences.[end]
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Back to the NYSlimes. If Gutenberg had foreseen the cabal, he would have scrapped the printing press and thrown the plans into the bottom of the sea. After writing puff pieces for Stalin and covering up the Holocaust, they still continue to plumb the depths of depravity to find all the stench fit to print. “All the News That AntiFa Deems Fit to Print.”
AntiFa ‘dwells’ in the heart of the NY Times; and maybe shares the same address – who knows?
The Grey Lady needs a new nickname – the ‘Red Lady’ fits fine – If not for the blood on its hands, then for the Marxism in its heart.
And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – President Donald J. Trump doing his darnedest to MAGA! KAG!
Andrea Widburg, American Thinker: Tucker Carlson denounces NYT for Threatening his Family’s Safety