The world’s richest person, Elon Musk, has dealt a severe public blow to The New York Times, one of America’s biggest mainstream lefty media, by exposing it as a Marxist-Communist propaganda machine while also describing it as plain “boring.”
‘Unforgivably Boring Commie Propaganda’
For many years now, The New York Times – together with the likes of CNN and The Washington Post – has been at the forefront of the left’s fight for imposing a modern-day race-based and “gender”-based Marxist-Communist agenda on the good people of the United States.
Besides becoming one of the biggest spreaders of wokeist, transgenderist, and other “identity”-based Marxist propaganda, The New York Times has also excelled at targeting American patriots, conservatives, the Republican Party, and the supporters of former President Donald Trump.
Tesla and SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has become particularly hated by the leftist crowds after he recently bought Twitter, seeking to crack down on the censorship of conservatives, and even called upon his followers to vote Republican in the 2022 midterm elections.
In a tweet on Sunday, the wealthiest person in the world left no doubts about where he stands on the far-left propaganda that is bombarding the American public on a daily basis.
The billionaire declared that The New York Times now boiled down to “far left brainwashing” and that it was “tragic how far” it “has fallen.”
Musk noted that the NYT had also become “boring af,” also declaring that “the boring part” was even more “unforgivable” than the outlet’s Marxist-Communist propaganda.
Twitter’s Chief Twit, as he has styled himself after the platform’s takeover, was responding to a tweet by author Matt Taibbi.
Taibbi’s tweet included screenshots of NYT headlines over the years about the “collusion” between Trump and Russia, which has now been exposed as false.
That included one headline claiming a Trump adviser had met with a Russian operative in order to “discuss dirt on [Hillary] Clinton.”
Taibbi had written that while The New York Times argued the US didn’t deserve Trump, the paper itself “does deserve him” since it has won a Pulitzer prize for covering “a story botched across years.”
It is tragic how far The New York Times has fallen – basically just boring af far left brainwashing at this point. The boring part is truly unforgivable!
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 20, 2022
New York Times just reported that Twitter now has about 2,500 employees remaining from the 7,500 it had when Musk took over.
Twitter has never seen more traffic and is working better than ever.
Makes you wonder what those other 5,000 employees actually did.
— Paul A. Szypula 🇺🇸 (@Bubblebathgirl) November 19, 2022
Musk Restores Donald Trump, Jordan Peterson, and The Babylon Bee
Musk’s exposing of the NYT as both “boring af” and a tool for “far left brainwashing” came after he formally restored the Twitter account of former President Donald Trump on Saturday.
Trump was censored by Twitter – as well as Facebook and Google’s YouTube – in January 2021, while he was still the acting President of the United States, because of the January 6 events at the US Capitol.
However, Elon Musk reinstated him after holding a Twitter poll on whether the ex-US president should be allowed back on the platform.
Musk’s poll attracted more than 15 million users, with 51.8% voting in favor of Trump’s reinstatement and 48.2% against it.
An Avalanche of Big Comebacks
Before that, on Friday, the billionaire Chief Twit had reinstated Jordan Peterson, Kathie Griffin, and the conservative satirical outlet, The Babylon Bee.
The Bee had been suspended for months because it dared post a satirical tweet mocking Dr. Rachel Levine, the Biden administration’s transgenderist four-star admiral and assistant health secretary.
While Trump’s Twitter profile got restored, during a video address to the Republican Jewish Coalition over the weekend, the former US president made it clear he wasn’t returning and would remain on his own social media platform, Truth Social, where he has nearly 5 million followers.
Reinstate former President Trump
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 19, 2022