What the Hell, New York Times? For reals?
Charles Manson wasn't the inevitable outgrowth of the Sixties. If anything, he was a harbinger of today's far right. https://t.co/k64W9lay6l
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) November 21, 2017
From this hot mess opinion piece published by the NYT:
Mr. Manson was not the end point of the counterculture. If anything, he was a backlash against the civil rights movement and a harbinger of white supremacist race warriors like Dylann Roof, the lunatic fringe of the alt-right.
Just … what? Wait? Who? SERIOUSLY?!?! So Manson inspired the alt-right? Even if you’re not a fan of the fringe group, pretending Manson in any way had anything to do with them is just, well, horse manure.
But of course, this is the NYT we’re talking about, we’re pretty sure at this point a piece has to be horse manure to even be considered.
Cocaine's a hell of a drug https://t.co/33iBL7j5Ga
— Ben Sasse (@BenSasse) November 21, 2017
Or maybe this is more of a BOOM.
Either way, excellent slam on the troglodytes at the New York Times.
— Ben Lewis (@benelou) November 21, 2017
Sometimes 2017 doesn’t suck as much.
— William … or Bill or Billy or Mac or Buddy (@freemarkettiger) November 21, 2017
Quiet you, with all your oppressive facts and stuff.
At this point, I think @nytopinion has gone full LSD.
— Andrew Running Man Comings (@AndrewComings) November 21, 2017
— Frank (@tankknarf) November 21, 2017
Indeed it is.
Awesome that is.