The New York Times is undoubtedly the mouthpiece for the liberal Left.
Its constant false reporting and suppression of stories that don’t align with the paper’s radical ideologies has become par for the course.
But this time, The New York Times has stepped over the line, and now they’re paying the price.
The Babylon Bee has become one of the most beloved satire sites on the internet.
The website has cornered the market when it comes to humorous conservative content.
Of course, everyone has learned that the word “conservative” is a bad thing, or so says the Left, which means the site must be censored.
So the powers that be at The New York Times decided it was their duty to censor the satire site, forcing social media platforms to take down The Bee.
The Bee was declared a “disinformation” site by The New York Times in an effort to get Facebook and Twitter to remove it.
But unlike many other outlets that seem to just fold to the Left, The Bee fought back, and they fought back hard.
The Times was told they would be sued if they didn’t remove the language used in the March 21 article that falsely claimed The Bee was a “disinformation” site.
It didn’t take long for The New York Times to figure out they messed with the wrong conservative website.
Earlier this week, the CEO of The Babylon Bee, Seth Dillon, tweeted out that The New York Times had backed down and edited the article removing any reference to The Bee being a “disinformation” site.
Big Tech has been wielding its powers over the political Right for a while now, shutting down anything that may sniff of opposing the Left and its radical agenda.
This is a significant victory for those on the Right and is hopefully the beginning of more conservatives fighting back against the censorship of the liberal Left.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on this ongoing story.