Ever notice when the Left wants to make a dig at someone they disagree with they often times fall back on making a gay joke or slur? And here we thought they were the party of tolerance …
Homophobic much, New York Times?
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— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) July 16, 2018
God this is awful.
There’s no other way to say it.
From the New York Times:
Known for his outrageous sense of humor, Mr. Plympton is an iconoclastic animator who creates irreverent, unsettling and at times disturbing cartoons. He is best known for animated shorts such as “How to Kiss” and “Guard Dog,” and for his contributions to MTV’s “Liquid Television” in the early 1990s. Over the decades, his animations were largely apolitical — until now. The Trump presidency inspired him to extend his provocative art to political satire.
Gay jokes are SO outrageous.
What’s next, NYT? Your mom jokes?
My favorite part was the casual gay slur implied by the cartoon.
— Ordy's Summer Lovin' (@OrdyPackard) July 16, 2018
Yeah, it’s cool when the Left tells horrible gay jokes doncha know.
For being the self-proclaimed champion of LGBT, the left sure likes it’s gay jokes as insults.
— Lizzy Lou Who? (@_wintergirl93) July 16, 2018
They always have.
You need help. Immediately.
— Imam Tawhidi (@Imamofpeace) July 16, 2018
I used to recommend my students use NYT as a reputable news source. Now I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Sad to see how it has declined.
— ProudlyStandingJan (@ksbooklion) July 16, 2018
— Tony Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) July 16, 2018
So bad, right?
The left ALWAYS gets away with using homophobia to try and insult Trump. Why is that? #WalkAway
— JenniferW (@JenWoodruff79) July 16, 2018
I love that the best “criticism” Democrats can muster is resorting to calling Trump gay.
— Girl_Grimly (@ed_grimly) July 16, 2018
They really think this is a gotcha.
Sad, ain’t it?
This is reprehensible. This is not journalism but it is why no one trusts the media.
— iamthenra (@chrismwc) July 16, 2018
So homophobia is OK when criticizing someone you disagree with politically?
When NYT finally goes out of business for good, all the questions about "Why?" will have been answered already
I think you folks have finally hit rock bottom.
— Big Ed #WalkAway (@Falconeddie1) July 16, 2018
— (((Darth Kitteh))) (@eloracnasus) July 16, 2018
Stay classy, NYT.
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