While many on the Left are accusing Republicans of engaging in conspiracy theories, the New York Times is publishing op-eds like this one:
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) November 5, 2020
At issue is a recent Trump tweet that used the hashtag “#BidenCrimeFamiily” (with two i’s in “family” instead of one).
I cant bring myself to even click on it. https://t.co/hxEZG6wYSi
— Moe Szyslak (@PubOperator) November 5, 2020
It’s everything you’re imagining and then some.
I too wish I could get paid to do work while high af.
— T*w*i*t*t*e*r is asshoe (@ARaised_Eyebrow) November 5, 2020
And who the hell is Pepe Silvia?
— Relax, I didn't vote for the guy you hate (@jtLOL) November 5, 2020
Oh FFS https://t.co/VaOIz0xspo
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 5, 2020
— jon gabriel (@exjon) November 5, 2020
All the conspiracy theories that are fit to print!
— ? Thankful Ginger ? (@mchastain81) November 5, 2020
Barri Weiss was fired so the opinion section could publish insane stuff like this https://t.co/QUsPT5rcsM
— Ben McDonald (@Bmac0507) November 5, 2020
New York Times goes full QAnon. https://t.co/TPvaYpzZ4C
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) November 5, 2020
Where did I put my <surejan.gif>? I seem to need it a lot today. https://t.co/HGkbPquqdd
— Alex F. Baldwin (@VerumVulnero1) November 5, 2020
They’re so broken. https://t.co/mXZcySK1Ra
— Cam Edwards (@CamEdwards) November 5, 2020
If Trump loses at least we won’t have to deal with this type of conspiratorial bullshit for four years. https://t.co/vor13ggR3y
— Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360) November 5, 2020
And the media can go back to hibernating like they did when Obama was president.
Two can play that game:
not my pic, but oh did i laugh. pic.twitter.com/wC0ryxG6bs
— Jeff B., who on earth is this guy?? (@EsotericCD) November 5, 2020