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The New York Times is attempting to scare Democrats to the polls with one threat after the Supreme Court’s landmark decision

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The Democrats are losing ground in the midterms.

They need something to get voters to the polls.

And the New York Times is attempting to scare Democrats to the polls with one threat after the Supreme’s landmark decision.

Ever since the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, Democrats have been in panic mode.

The abortion issue was kicked back to the individual states, but the Left is still pretending as if we just teleported back to 1637.

And they’re attempting to broaden their arguments over the abortion issue in order to rally voters to the polls.

That’s why The New York Times is now suggesting that gay marriage, and even interracial marriage, are on the chopping block.

The Times also tried to tie same-sex marriage to drag shows aimed at children.

“In Arizona, Kari Lake, a candidate for Governor endorsed by Donald J. Trump, affirmed in a June 29 debate her support for a bill barring children from drag shows — the latest target of supercharged rhetoric on the right,” The New York Times claimed.

The Left’s defense of stripteases aimed at children is despicable.

Their paranoia around marriage arose from Justice Clarence Thomas’s concurring opinion in the Dobbs decision, in which he said that the Court should look at the faulty substantive due process reasoning in Obergefell v. Hodges, which enshrined gay marriage as a nationwide institution.

First, Justice Samuel Alito said that the Dobbs decision only affected abortion, and there is no political will to undo Obergefell, even though the legal reasoning was shaky, which was Thomas’s point.

And there is no basis for interracial marriage to be undone, yet Democrats are pushing that narrative.

“The dominoes have started to fall, and they won’t just stop at one,” Michigan Democrat Attorney General Dana Nessel said, before adding, “People should see the connection between reproductive rights, L.G.B.T.Q. rights, women’s rights, interracial marriage — these things are all connected legally.”

However, Loving v. Virginia, the case that struck down anti-miscegenation laws, was an equal protection case under civil rights legislation, not substantive due process.

But Democrats need something to strike fear in the hearts of voters.

Unfortunately for them, they don’t even realize how unreasonable they sound.

For instance, The Times piece tried to fearmonger about actions Republican legislatures were taking, and none of it sounded ghastly in the way that the Left intended.

“Louisiana became the 18th state, all with G.O.P.-led legislatures, to ban transgender students from playing on sports teams that match their gender identity,” The Times bemoaned. “Laws to prohibit transitioning medical treatments to people under 18, such as puberty blockers, hormones and surgeries — which advocates call gender-affirming care — have been enacted by four states.”

“And after Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida signed a law in March banning classroom discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in early grades, more than a dozen other states moved to imitate it,” they continued in horror.

Even a majority of Florida Democrats agreed with Governor DeSantis on the Parental Rights in Education bill, which is a clear sign that the leftist radicals are out of touch.

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Media Bias

One unearthed New York Times video just exposed Democrats’ big election lie

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Democrats have spent the past two years demonizing anyone who questions voter fraud’s role in an election.

They constantly use the term “election deniers” to smear their opponents as unhinged conspiracy theorists working to overthrow the nation.

But one unearthed New York Times video just exposed Democrats’ big election lie.

Democrats used COVID as an excuse to radically change the way U.S. elections are conducted.

The pandemic allowed Democrats in states across America to usher in mass mail-in voting and ballot harvesting, which obviously opens the door for potential fraud.

Everybody knows this, even Democrats.

Years ago, former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and former President Jimmy Carter both warned against mass mail-in voting for Presidential elections, but Democrats made it law in many states in 2020.

For that reason, Americans have now been conditioned to expect elections to drag on for days, and even weeks.

And it’s terrifying how quickly radical changes can become normalized dogma.

Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald shared a video from 2016 where The New York Times discussed the absurdity of the 2000 election dragging on for over a month.

In the clip, The Times’ legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin – who was suspended after getting caught masturbating on a work Zoom call – explained, “The one thing no one expected in a Presidential campaign is that we wouldn’t know who won on Election Day.”

It was also en vogue to question the results of the 2000 election, as Democrats even made an HBO movie about it, entitled Recount.

“Watch this and marvel at how easy it is to train part of the American population (the super-enlightened liberal class) to believe that what was always unthinkable and unacceptable is, in fact, totally normal and always has been,” Greenwald pointed out.

Democrats flip-flop on issues whenever it is convenient for their narrative.

For example, prior to the Midterms when it looked as though a “Red Wave” was coming, left-wing publications warned that the country’s election system was ripe for voter fraud.

“According to Politico, [election fraud is] entirely possible because many states ‘use wireless modems to transmit unofficial election night results to their central offices,” Fox News’ Tucker Carlson explained. “These modems use telecommunications networks that are vulnerable to hackers, and malicious actors could exploit them to tamper with unofficial vote data, corrupt voting machines or compromise the computers used to tally official results.’”

“Rigged voting machines?” he continued. “Fake vote totals? Underground tunnels to subvert modems? Isn’t this the ‘release the Kraken’ talk? Well, it is, and as of yesterday, it would have been regarded as insane, possibly criminal. It would have been an assault on our democracy. But things have changed.”

Only Democrats are allowed to talk about voting machines getting hacked and elections taking too long.

If a Republican does it, he or she is an “extremist” who wants to overthrow democracy.

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The New York Times posited a theory they just so happen to have mocked Tucker Carlson over

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The corporate-controlled media is running out of excuses to slam conservatives.

Now, The New York Times just forwarded a theory oddly similar to one they’ve mocked Tucker Carlson over mentioning.

But this version has a dark twist.

With millions of illegal aliens pouring into the United States, it’s no surprise most conservatives – and, unbeknownst to their leaders, plenty of Democrats – are worried about the future of our nation.

The Left is inexplicably obsessed with collecting as many illegal aliens as possible.

Simultaneously, Democrats are also on a full-court press to pass so-called “voting rights” legislation, which oddly sounds a lot like demanding that anyone and everyone who wanders past be allowed to vote whether they have any form of identification or not.

But when Fox News’ Tucker Carlson commented on the possible synergy between those two issues, the leftist corporate-controlled media absolutely melted down, accusing him of pushing “The Great Replacement Theory” as if it were some sort of crazy, dangerous theory dreamt up by right-wing nut jobs.

Then, roughly two weeks out from the Midterm elections, The New York Times started heavily promoting an article basically saying that “The Great Replacement Theory” is not only correct, but it’s somehow turned former President Donald Trump and every one of his supporters into members of an embittered minority in America.

The article goes on to paint a picture of white people in rural America struggling to deal with urban encroachment, as the paper claims the former white majority has fallen to only 30% of the population.

“A shrinking white share of the population is a hallmark of the congressional districts held by the House Republicans who voted to challenge Mr. Trump’s defeat, a New York Times analysis found—a pattern political scientists say shows how white fear of losing status shaped the movement to keep him in power,” The Times claimed.

According to the New York elitists, those voters are also stupid, alcoholic drug addicts.

“The portion of white residents dropped about 35 percent more over the last three decades in those districts than in territory represented by other Republicans, the analysis found, and constituents also lagged behind in income and education,” the report continued. “Rates of so-called deaths of despair, such as suicide, drug overdose and alcohol-related liver failure, were notably higher as well.”

After predicting that the white Americans will no longer represent the majority of the population within two decades, the article went on to detail how districts where Representatives questioned the 2020 Presidential election results just happened to have suddenly gained minority population majorities.

Of course, they failed to mention any role in that shift that the Lefts’ immigration policies have played, not to mention the establishment elites’ redistricting efforts.

It seems there’s only a small difference between cold hard facts and wild conspiracy theories over at The New York Times.

And it has everything to do with whether they’re telling the story, or if it’s Tucker Carlson.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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Media Bias

The New York Times fawned over this champagne socialist for a reason that will infuriate you

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The so-called “mainstream” media doesn’t even try to hide its bias anymore.

Legacy institutions flat-out promote a leftist worldview.

And The New York Times fawned over this champagne socialist for a reason that will infuriate you.

The establishment elites are looking for any justification to seize more power.

And The New York Times came up with a ridiculous propaganda piece advocating for more centralized control in the government’s hands.

The Times ran a piece about Marlene Engelhorn, an Austrian millionaire heiress who’s advocating for a gigantic inheritance tax.

“‘The dream scenario is I get taxed,’ said Ms. Engelhorn, the co-founder of a group called Tax Me Now,” The Times wrote. “Ms. Engelhorn, a 30-year-old who grew up in Vienna, is part of a growing movement of young, leftist millionaires who say they want governments to take a much larger share of their inherited wealth, arguing that these unearned fortunes should be democratically allocated by the state. For more than a year, Ms. Engelhorn has been campaigning for tax policies that would redistribute her eight-figure windfall — and anyone else’s.”

It’s not enough for these millionaire socialists to just give away their money, they want the government to take away everyone else’s money.

If Engelhorn is so desperate to be taxed, she can sell all of her assets, write a check to the government, and get a job like everyone else – there’s nothing stopping her.

However, Engelhorn does not believe in people having the freedom to decide where their money goes.

“In Ms. Engelhorn’s view, it shouldn’t be the wealthy who get to decide which personal interests and passions deserve their inherited millions,” The Times continued. “‘There’s no need for another foundation,’ she said as she sat by a canal in Amsterdam and ate a loaf of bread she had brought in her backpack. ‘What’s really needed is structural change.’”

In her view, government bureaucrats should get to determine where the money goes, which is such a comically naïve mindset.

For some reason, socialists don’t understand that government is composed of humans who will respond to incentives, just like people in business.

However, people in government rarely have to suffer the consequences of bad decisions – after all, it’s not their money if they lose it, and they always provide themselves ample salaries, retirements, and severances.

Engelhorn and The Times are effectively pushing for an inheritance tax, which is merely another recycled leftist redistribution of wealth scheme.

Elizabeth Warren proposed a wealth tax and an inheritance tax during her run for President in 2020, and the idea was dead on arrival.

Many countries — including Austria — already attempted an inheritance tax, and it was a disaster.

The Left are always searching for moral justifications to allow government to have total control over your life.

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