The New York Times published a ridiculous piece on how YouTube allowed evil, right-wing extremists to ‘radicalize’ people on YouTube … you know, extremists like Milton Friedman, Dave Rubin and oh yeah, especially that Ben Shapiro guy.
Don’t make that face, we told you it was a ridiculous piece.
Ben returned from a Jewish holiday and responded:
I swear, every time I sign off for a Jewish holiday, the @nytimes drops some sort of idiotic hit piece. I'm back now, and suffice it to say, the piece is so fully nonsensical that it lumps in me, @jordanbpeterson, @RubinReport and Milton Friedman with actual alt-right YouTubers.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) June 11, 2019
Of course, it’s fully nonsensical … it’s The New York Times.
I’m guessing that was the whole plan.
— Nate (on the) Stone (@nes_nathan) June 11, 2019
Paint everyone and anyone on the right who has any sort of following with the same broad brush in order to discredit them and the movement.
We all look alike to them.
— Jamie K. Wilson (@jamiekwil) June 11, 2019
Damned alt-Right … *check notes* … Milton Friedman.
— Jack in the East (@talkradio200) June 11, 2019
— David Higgins (@dhiggins63) June 11, 2019
Seems they have not learned it just yet.
& people actually thought it would stop at “crazy” Alex Jones. I hope Conservatives are now getting the wake up call they should have gotten months ago. We are not in Kansas anymore. They will not stop until every dissenting voice is silenced. That’s the left.. look at History
— Melissa A. (@TheRightMelissa) June 11, 2019
Nothing says alt right like Milton Friedman!
— KingOfTheGR (@KingofthegG) June 11, 2019
The ‘New Yuck Times’ is a joke!
— Dan Mishkin (@MishkinDan) June 11, 2019
New Yuck Times.
Milton Freedom has been radicalizing people on YouTube since early 1940s
— Converted Cyclist (@convertdcyclist) June 11, 2019
We KNEW IT!
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