New York Times Continues its Propaganda

In an article dated July 5, 2023, the New York Times wrote(opens new window):

And it is being overseen by Judge Terry A. Doughty, who was appointed by President Donald J. Trump and has previously expressed little skepticism about debunked claims from vaccine skeptics. In one previous case, Judge Doughty accepted as fact the claim that “Covid-19 vaccines do not prevent transmission of the disease.”[emphasis mine]

Are the authors, Michael D. Shear and David McCabe, really that stupid? I don’t think so. They must know that the fact, is, actually correct. The vaccines do not prevent transmission and we’ve known this for a long time and the freaking powers that be have admitted it on numerous, numerous occasions.

Read el gato malo’s story below for a good synopsis.

  • kitten corner: debunking the debunkers all the news that's unfit to print?

    jeepers you guys, it looks like the new york times is still saying that “covid-19 vaccines do not prevent transmission of the disease” is “debunked claims from vaccine skeptics!”

  • Ruling Puts Social Media at Crossroads of Disinformation and Free Speech

    The case, which could alter how the government battles disinformation, is a flashpoint in a broader effort by conservatives to document what they contend is a liberal conspiracy to silence their views.

    Yes, we do contend that and it is ABSOLUTELY true.

    More on this judge, Terry A. Doughty, who the NYT definitely does not like:

    He ruled against the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for Head Start preschool programs last year, saying that the “liberty interests of individuals mandated to take the Covid-19 vaccine outweigh any interest generated by the mandatory administration of vaccines.”


    After Vivek Murthy, the surgeon general, urged social media companies to “take action against misinformation superspreaders” in July 2021, the companies took down information posted by 17 accounts linked to the “Disinformation Dozen,” a group of people who frequently distributed false anti-vaccination claims.

    This “Disinformation Dozen” includes the likes of:

    • Joseph Mercola
    • Robert F. Kennedy Jr
    • and others…

  • New York Times proves ‘disinformation’ is just info Democrats dislike

    Yet the Times fawningly echoes the “disinfo” rationale, describing the censorship as meant to “prevent the spread of potentially dangerous information, particularly in an election or during emergencies like a pandemic.”

    No: As the Twitter Files and other reporting amply show, the hammer came down again and again on true content that the feds (or Democrats) found inconvenient, as well as political opinion.

    The Post’s reporting on Hunter’s laptop, for example.

    Or our commentary on the likelihood of COVID having originated in a lab.

    Both stories have since been utterly vindicated; both were suppressed on the same specious grounds.

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