New York Times Hits NEW LOW — Praises ‘Communist’ Soviet Union In Vile Space Race Hot Take

The New York Times is not to be trusted, just like every other liberal outlet.

Their disgusting hot take on the space race is just further proof.

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Check out the tweet:

America may have put the first man on the moon, but the Soviet Union sent the first woman, the first Asian man, and the first black man into orbit — all years before the U.S. would follow suit


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So now we are celebrating the Soviet Union in the New York Times… how the mighty have fallen.

Well, in that case I guess the 100 million people murdered under communist regimes in the 20th century wasn’t so bad

Saying the Soviet Union championed ‘equality’ to own Americans landing on the moon. (FWIW: Their ‘equality’ was the equitable sharing of misery.)

Not surprising to see this from the publication that employed Stalin apologist Walter Duranty as their Moscow Bureau Chief…

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Sometimes I wonder if @nytimes is actually sad that we won the Cold War. If it weren’t for the endless gulags, economic dysfunction, and crushing, mass hopelessness, think of all the equality!

Ah yes, clear proof that the USSR was a more just society.

You’ve got to be kidding me.

Communism is… woke?

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“Trump is Hitler and everyone who works with him is a Nazi.” Liberals have been repeating the same line for years. It’s like they’re stuck in a loop.

Enter The New York Times‘ Maggie Haberman, who says the White House is overrun with Nazi’s because of…wait for it…a song from “The Sound of Music.”

From Daily Wire:

Members of the press were left reeling Thursday after the United States Marine Corps band played the song “Edelweiss” from the “Sound of Music” as reporters were being led into the White House for a presidential briefing on the Mueller report.

The band, which plays at the White House for special events was, apparently, running through a classic movie themes medley, and played “Edelweiss,” as part of a retrospective that included “The Sound of Music” — the theme song from the musical — “Over the Rainbow” from “The Wizard of Oz,” and “When You Wish Upon A Star” from Disney’s “Cinderella.”

But Maggie Haberman, the White House reporter for The New York Times, apparently saw an ulterior motive. “Does…anyone at that White House understand the significance of that song?” she tweeted.

It appears that Haberman is convinced the White House is subtly suggesting that the White House is simply overrun with Nazis, and that “Edelweiss” is somehow identified with Nazi Germany. What a connection!


Check out failing 2020 presidential candidate Bill de Blasio, who quoted none other than communist racist murder, Che Guevara…

From Miami New Times:

New York politics and Miami politics are not the same. This may seem like an obvious statement. But at a rally today for striking workers at Miami International Airport, New York City mayor and 2020 presidential candidate Bill de Blasio broke the most obvious rule of Miami politicking: Don’t quote Che Guevara.

Hasta la victoria siempre!” de Blasio shouted, according to video taken by a CBS Miami reporter. That phrase, which translates to “Until victory, always!” may sound nice, but unfortunately it’s well known because Guevara was famous for using it during the 1959 Cuban Revolution:


De Blasio has about as good a chance at becoming president as Rosie O’Donnell.

It’s not happening.

H/T: Twitchy