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One satire site just went to war with The New York Times after an ugly smear

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The New York Times has destroyed its credibility in service of the establishment.

People are finally beginning to fight back against “the paper of record.”

And one satire site just went to war with The Times after an ugly smear.

The Christian satire site the Babylon Bee is threatening league action against The New York Times.

The Bee wants a retraction from The Times because the paper characterized them as attempting to spread misinformation under the guise of satire.

In response to pressure from Bee CEO Seth Dillon, The Times slightly modified its language, but still inaccurately portrayed the satirical site.

So Dillon tweeted that his company is taking it to the courts if The Times doesn’t correct the record.

In the past, Snopes and other “fact checkers” have fact-checked the Babylon Bee as if their stories are real news.

It’s absurd, especially considering the site’s headlines are clearly satire.

Meanwhile, the left-leaning satire site The Onion has far more ambiguous headlines, but because the butt of nearly all their jokes are Republicans and conservatives, the fact-checkers don’t vet their stories and institutions like The New York Times don’t treat them as sources for misinformation.

The Left’s main gripe with the Babylon Bee is that they’re effective in lampooning them.

In fact, the Bee is so good, several of their absurdist headlines have actually become true because the Left has gone off the deep end.

Despite its reach and reputation, the Babylon Bee still does not have a blue-checkmark verification on Twitter.

The site is quickly homing in on 1 million subscribers, yet its account is not verified.

Coincidentally, the same thing happened to Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe – despite his massive amount of followers, he was not verified on Twitter.

He has since been permanently banned from Twitter for a bogus reason, but he is fighting back, the same as he’s doing against The New York Times for defamation.

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A New York Times reporter is in hot water because of these three words

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The New York Times staff consists of radical left-wing activists who spend every day trying to advance the Democrat Party agenda.

That gets the paper into trouble.

And a New York Times reporter is in hot water because of these three words.

Katie Brenner covers the Justice Department for The New York Times.

On the opening day of the January 6 witch hunt hearings, Brenner summed up the purpose of the committee as declaring the 74,000,000 Trump voters “enemies of the state.”

“Today’s #January6thSelectCommittee underscores the America’s current, essential natsec dilemma: Work to combat legitimate national security threats now entails calling a politician’s supporters enemies of the state,” Brenner wrote in a series of since deleted tweets.

Brenner added that the federal government needed to turn its might on Donald Trump and his voters to crush them.

“As Americans, we believe that state power should not be used to work against a political figure or a political party. But what happens if a politician seems to threaten the state? If the politician continues to do so out of office and his entire party supports that threat?” Brenner added.

Finally, Brenner concluded by admitting what everyone knew – that the so-called “reporters” at The Times are Democrat Party activists – by calling for the American people to vote Republicans out of office.

“That leaves it up to voters, making even more essential free, fair access to the polls,” Brenner added.

It’s very rare to have such a clarifying moment in American media.

At the same time Joe Biden was declaring a new domestic War on Terror, one of The New York Times top reporters admitted that the entire purpose of the exercise is to brand the opposition party as enemies of the state and use federal law enforcement and the intelligence community to spy on them and jail them.

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The New York Times defended one disturbed radical academic with this outrageous argument

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Fringe Left ideas have burst into the mainstream.

And corporate-controlled press outlets are all too eager to promote them.

And The New York Times defended one disturbed radical academic with this outrageous argument.

Parents are beginning to push back against radical education being taught in schools.

School boards around the country are being bombarded by parents fed up with the neo-Marxist philosophy of critical race theory.

But arcane racial politics aren’t the only concepts being taught to kids – controversial sex education is also being presented to chidren as young as elementary school.

Sex educator Justine Ang Fonte was forced to resign from the posh Dalton School in Manhattan after parents saw some of the material she was presenting to children.

One of the videos was an animated cartoon of young children discussing touching their genitalia.

The New York Times defended Fonte and blamed the backlash on right-wing news outlets.

But it’s clear that the parents themselves didn’t like what their kids were being taught when they saw the actual material.

And make no mistake about it: the intent of these courses is to indoctrinate children into progressivism.

The Times wrote:

“National sex education standards issued since 2012 by professionals in the field have called for sex education to be L.G.B.T.Q. inclusive, to be offered from kindergarten through 12th grade, and to be ‘trauma-informed, culturally inclusive, sex positive, and grounded in social justice and equity.’”

So the so-called “experts” in the field want kids K-12 to learn about social justice and equity through the lens of “sex positive” education.

This is how the Left indoctrinates kids.

They claim they’re simply informing children about anatomy and consent, but their agenda always comes first.

On Fonte’s website, she describes herself as a “student of decolonization” who has “reveled in disrupting health education for 11 years.”

Fonte also writes, “Framing my pedagogy through the lens of Kimberlé Crenshaw’s teachings on intersectionality, I interrogate how our multifaceted identities shape how we experience health.”

Intersectionality is a concept that essentially looks at a presumed hierarchy of identity privilege, then flips the hierarchy upside down so the most “oppressed” identity subgroup goes to the top of the hierarchy.

Fonte is a radical, and The New York Times is providing cover for her.

The Left is essentially arguing that frank discussions about “the birds and the bees” are insufficient – children must be taught from kindergarten about sex and sexual identity in order to save society.

Parents shouldn’t fall for the gambit, and if the Dalton school is any indication, they are not.

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The New York Times crossed a line with this attack on the American flag on July 4

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In recent years, the American Left has escalated attacks on the American flag.

The American flag used to be a symbol that all Americans could rally around as a symbol of national pride.

But The New York Times crossed a line with this attack on the American flag on July 4.

On July 4, The New York Times attacked the American flag as divisive and claimed that people who flew the flag from the backs of pickup trucks might be white supremacists.

The Times story came on the same day Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush used July 4 to attack the United States falsely claiming black Americans were not free.

Americans of all political stripes used to celebrate July 4 as a day of national pride.

But in recent years, as the activist Left’s grown more “woke,” that faded away.

While many Americans were appalled that The New York Times published a story attacking the American flag as a symbol of nativism and racism, the story did accurately reflect a mindset on the Left – that’s growing on college campuses – that America is not a great country.

A recent poll found just 36 percent of young people consider themselves proud to be an American.

This type of thinking is so pervasive in parts of the country that The New York Times had no problem attacking the American flag on the Fourth of July.

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