Mainstream media irony: New York Times subscribers rebel when they hire non-fake news journalist
It must be true that the mantra of liberals is that ‘ignorance is bliss’ because despite the hemorrhaging of subscribers over the past several years that the New York Times has experienced for all their fake news reporting, many of the remaining readers are now in an uproar after the newspaper hired someone who has a history of speaking out against the false topic of climate change.
That’s right. ¬†Remaining readers of the New York Times are in rebellion over a journalist offering a point of view that objectivity differs from their fake Utopian dream of man-made global warming.
The New York Times has hired a conservative writer who identifies as a ‚Äėclimate agnostic‚Äô leading many readers of the liberal bastion to cancel their subscriptions with the paper.Angered with the Times‚Äô decision to hire conservative columnist Bret Stephens, climate scientist Michael E. Mann launched the hashtag #ShowYourCancellation urging people to show their disapproval at the hiring.The Times defended the decision to hire Stephens, a Pulitzer Prize-winning former Wall Street Journal columnist, in an April 22 editorial. In the article, Times public editor Liz Spayd, dismissed so-called ‚Äúleft-leaning critics‚ÄĚ claiming they were leading a ‚Äúfiery revolt.‚ÄĚAlong with Mann, a number of other scientists have joined the ‚Äúfiery revolt.‚ÄĚ Climate researcher Ken Caldeira and ocean scientist Stefan Ramstorf both wrote letters to the paper cancelling their subscriptions. – Russia Today