We guess we’re not leaving spouses out of it this time around. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is running against Joe Biden for the 2024 Democratic nomination and is actually polling pretty well. That means it’s time for the New York Times to spring into action and take him out. Curiously, they chose to do this through his wife, actress Cheryl Hines from “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Our guess is that she was your typical actress — a Democrat and fully on board with the party platform. But she’s married to Kennedy and possibly “normalizing” some of his dangerous ideas. Is this career advice for Hines from a concerned reporter?
Cheryl Hines, the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” actress, is beloved in Hollywood. Now, she's supporting the presidential campaign of her husband, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Is she normalizing his often dangerous ideas? https://t.co/8c5fivGJGF pic.twitter.com/7XOKPQQoC9
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 10, 2023
I don’t agree with RFK Jr on much, but I do agree with him that it’s “dangerous” to normalize the idea that mere opinions and open debate are dangerous.
We used to have newspapers that more or less agreed.
— Ken Braun (@BraunKen) June 10, 2023
There is an implied threat in "beloved in Hollywood".
— Clifton Duncan (@cliftonaduncan) June 10, 2023
If you thought that the nyt couldn’t sink any lower, you thought wrong.
— A.G. Smarmy (@ag_smarmy) June 10, 2023
Amazing headline for something that isn’t in the opinion section
— russellklein.avax 🔺 (@RussellKlein) June 10, 2023
What "dangerous ideas" exactly??? What a joke
— 𝕂𝕒𝕥𝕖 (@KateArete) June 10, 2023
BREAKING: Newspaper Declares Ideas “Dangerous”
— jimtreacher.substack.com (@jtLOL) June 10, 2023
I notice nowhere in the article does it say 'opinion'
You're such dishonest hacks
— Joker (@BachelorJoker) June 10, 2023
— Kevan Huston (@kevanhuston) June 10, 2023
Dangerous ideas? Good Lord, you guys have jumped the shark
— Logical69 (@Logical6969) June 10, 2023
"Normalizing his dangerous ideas"
Oh, the state of journalism.
— HelioWave (@heliodown) June 10, 2023
Yes how dare she support her husband and not conform to the TDS antics of the NYT’s?!?! The utter arrogance of you people and your desire to stifle and control people is beyond.
— Brownie Terror (@brownie_terror) June 10, 2023
You mean she's supporting her husband who has heterodox beliefs? pic.twitter.com/t474ecM1aX
— Nathanial Bork, PhD🏴☠️ @RutgersU @ColostateU (@BorkNathanial) June 10, 2023
Learn to write implied bias, if you are gonna shill, at least put effort into it.
What a clown show of an article.
— Jaqen H'ghar. (@Goatsi3) June 10, 2023
Are we really shaming someone for supporting their husband?
— B (@Wickedlipid) June 10, 2023
Is the New York Times “normalizing” opinion in alleged news stories? Oh, they’ve done that for decades.
— Paul Morelli (@PaulOPinion) June 10, 2023
Is “Beloved in Hollywood” supposed to intensify the shame you want her to feel?
— Benjamin🧳Boyce (@BenjaminABoyce) June 10, 2023
The @NYT once presented "often dangerous ideas" and challenged them with an argument, counter-argument, rebuttal, and counter-rebuttal. That was the norm of a once great newspaper that is now a propaganda outlet that no longer publishes journalism.
— Dan Goorevitch (@DanGoorevitch) June 10, 2023
Nice ratio NYT. You should be proud of yourselves.
— Sean Cochrane (@flounder511) June 10, 2023
Oh no, an actress is running the risk of people listening to her husband’s ideas. We’ll give her a warning shot and if that doesn’t shut her up, we’ll have her blackballed.
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