New York Times Smears Military in Time for Memorial Day

The NYT shitstains hate the military and the country, and they’re not shy about it.

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On our Memorial Day, a day when Americans honor those who have died fighting for our freedoms, the leftist supremacists at the The New York Times decided to smear the U.S. military as “white supremacist” in an op-ed titled “Why Does the U.S. MilitaryCelebrate White Supremacy?” . The leftist supremacists at The New York Times could not resist leaving it alone even for one day, not even a day where we should all honor those who have fought and died to uphold the freedoms that we enjoy. The New York Times editorial board, filled with anti-American racists, attacked America and its military, instead of honoring both.



In 2014, the NYT published an OpEd by a leftwingnut college professor that compared veterans to the KKK.

The rag also claimed that returning war veterans turned into murderers when they come home.

There’s always a fundamental disconnect when you try to explain patriotism, service, and love of country to liberals; they always project their own motivations onto those who serve in the military. They can’t understand things like Duty, Honor, Country, following the example of others who served and giving something back to the nation that’s given so much to every one of us. It takes guts and dedication that a relative fraction of the population will ever know. While most of America takes a pass, only a few raise the right hand.

The Left has a long-standing visceral hatred of the military, and believe me, the feelings are mutual.



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1 thought on “New York Times Smears Military in Time for Memorial Day”

  1. johndegbert

    Tried to line the bottom of the birdcage wit the New Your Slimes; the bird tore it up and threw it out. Not even going to try the bottom of the aquarium; fish are so susceptible to poison . . .

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