NYT exposes irrelevance with failed attack on Tucker Carlson

For months the New York Times plotted to launch an all-out assault on Tucker Carlson and now that assault has ended with just one result: the Time once again exposed his own irrelevance and impotence.

Sunday, the Time released a three-part series — three parts! — with one goal in mind: destroy Tucker Carlson, the highest-rated personality on all of cable news. I’m not linking the fake news, but here are the three headlines…

  • “How Tucker Carlson stoked white fear to conquer cable.”
  • “How Tucker Carlson Reshaped Fox News – and Became Trump’s Heir.”
  • “Look inside the apocalyptic worldview of ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’.”

Does anyone doubt that the day before this series is released, everyone at Time lay in bed filled with visions of Tucker’s destruction? Does anyone doubt Time did you see all this hard work and effort as the beginning of the end for Tucker Carlson?

It is important to note that the Time was just the tip of the spear in this coordinated smear campaign. An outlet like Time does not invest all this effort in the annihilation of an individual without allies. Oh no… And that’s why, if you were paying attention to the deployment, you saw the Time’ so-called competition in places like PBS, NBC, CNNLOL and the Washington Post join the assault. Sunday and Monday was D-Day for the corporate media and the Tucker Carlson Beachhead was crawling with all those bitter feminists and beta men posing as journalists.

The objective behind this three-pronged assault was not subtle. If the media couldn’t get Carlson fired, the Time was damn sure he was going to change his mind or shut him up. At the very least, the Time was going to diminish Carlson in the eyes of his audience by putting him on defense.

The result in the real world?


And that…

And those who didn’t laugh like Carlson just shrugged.

Carlson said he hadn’t even read the Time room. Well, why would he? the Time no longer matters.

I barely scanned Time pieces. Why? the Time no longer matters.

You see, the corporate media now lives in the world they feared most: a world of indifference. A world where no one pays attention to them, where they no longer matter.

For decades, the Time was the official American newspaper, a medium with enormous power and moral authority. What is the Time published mattered. the Time could change minds, sway votes and influence public opinion.

Then, as the Time became more biased, its power came from its ability to outrage the political right. We always react to the Time, constantly on the defensive, and obsessively cataloging his sins. Why? Because the Time still counted.

Now look where the Time is sitting. We don’t care anymore. And the main reason we don’t care anymore is because we know the Time no longer matters. the Time now exists in a small leftist bubble dedicated solely to making a few million wealthy white women feel good about themselves. Outside of this bubble, America either shrugs or laughs. Moral authority has disappeared and with it the ability to influence public opinion. So who cares.

And it’s the same with the rest of corporate media.

The whole institution is a joke.

You know, ten, maybe even five years ago, I had the Time targeted Carlson like that, even with the same baseless lies, there’s no doubt he would have been in for a tough time. The pressure would have been intense at Fox News to at least do something to put an end to it, to take a step back. Tucker’s audience would have wanted him to address the issue, respond one way or another. The spineless Republican politicians would have felt compelled to distance themselves. Anything to release the pressure. And in the end, Carlson would have come out damaged, weaker. Five or ten years ago, no one frankly escaped this kind of frontal media attack.

Those days are over.

The only media damaged by Tucker’s assault is the New York Times. All they’ve done is expose how nobody cares about what they post.

Imagine that you are a Time’ subscriber looking at this humiliating failure. Wouldn’t that make you rethink your investment? Why overpay for something that doesn’t move the needle anymore, that doesn’t have the juice to do anything but waste your money on a lot of wasted effort?

We win. Try not to forget it. We kick the ass of the mainstream media. We were never going to put the New York Times or CNN bankrupt. What we have achieved is something even more glorious. their irrelevance.

Think of it this way: if the New York Times was bankrupt, we couldn’t enjoy watching them fidget helplessly.


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