After the New York Times blindsided subscribers by hiring a hardcore conservative who suggested there was room to question some climate change studies, the paper naturally owed it to readers to right the ship and get it back on course.
Those readers found some comfort food in the paper in the form of an opinion piece suggesting there was more to love about Vladimir Lenin than simply his achievements as a communist revolutionary; it turns out he was an avid hiker and camper, and that legacy has inspired generations of eco-warriors intent on preserving Russia’s nature reserves.
What Lenin's love of camping and hiking did for nature conservation in Russia https://t.co/MVT4YM5KIx
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) August 7, 2017
Huge nature reserves located in an uninhabitable Siberia = awesome Communism. Way to go, heroes.https://t.co/sQDEhjIwUf
— Acosta's Tantrum™ (@EF517_V2) August 8, 2017
What a super guy.
They published a pro-Lenin puff piece.
They actually did it. https://t.co/2JlpaJ0MLD
— Josh Hammer (@josh_hammer) August 8, 2017
This is a real article. https://t.co/72dTelPc7e
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) August 8, 2017
You guys are MAGIC. https://t.co/G4pefq2GRZ
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) August 7, 2017
I scarcely even know where to begin with this crapfest. https://t.co/kgwGd8Mj4s
— Alexis In NH (@AlexisinNH) August 8, 2017
Well to be fair a lot of people were thrown into mass graves in nature https://t.co/5IQMvCgwl2
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) August 8, 2017
And, of course, staggering genocide makes it easier to see all that empty land. Only the @nytimes would see that as a win/win. #Numbskulls https://t.co/Jj4K6bKkPd
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 8, 2017
Hey, if Gloria Steinem can cite a lack of abortions as the fundamental cause of climate change and still be cheered at the Women’s March in D.C., the Times isn’t going to lose any readers over this.
Well, he did winnow the population by about five million in 1921, so there's that. https://t.co/C42ePwHD6N
— Avi Woolf, Elitist? (@AviWoolf) August 7, 2017
Gave him ideas of where to dig mass graves, I'm guessing. https://t.co/vfD05zEJKh
— William Newton ن (@wbdnewton) August 8, 2017
Next week: What Hitler's love of dogs did for animal rights in Germany. https://t.co/Mxzzf1ws2d
— John Schindler (@20committee) August 8, 2017
Peak @nytimes. https://t.co/Fm9EKYly6i
— Elliott Hamilton (@ElliottRHams) August 8, 2017
Good gawd, you people are ill.
— Ian (@Libertyworld) August 8, 2017
Find someone who loves you the way the @nytimes loves Soviet Communism. https://t.co/YIJJp1JQbZ
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) August 8, 2017
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NBC refers to decades of Soviet communism as 'pivotal experiment'; Spit-takes ensue http://t.co/lz3AKDfE5d
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 8, 2014
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