The New York Times, in a bid to counter the skeptical side in the AGW war, admits that it’s warmist readers are dumb. Unwittingly, of course, but that’s the media we know today.
|New York Times: Our readers are too dumb to understand global warming numbers
CARLOS SLIM’S ART OF THE DEAL: Will a Trump versus Slim cage match evolve? Stay tuned.
Mexico’s richest man is urging his fellow citizens to unite behind the Mexican government in its negotiations with President Trump, Reuters reports.
In a rare news conference on Friday, telecommunications magnate Carlos Slim called Trump a “great negotiator” and said “the circumstances in the United States are very favorable to Mexico.”
But he also said that Mexico would have to negotiate from a position of strength, and argued the country would be okay if it withdrew from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Shut your mouth and listen:
Of course, heh.
The NYT is just a shadow of it’s once great past:
By Clay Waters | | January 25, 2017 | 4:54 PM EST
New York Times reporter Nicholas Fandos fact-checked President Trump under the leading headline “The Truth Behind a Lie on Voting Fraud.” The paper is quite pleased with its new word, like a child who learns a bad one, and shouts it as often as it can. The online headline was even more blunt: “Trump Won’t Back Down From His Voting Fraud Lie. Here Are the Facts.”But is Trump stating a proven falsehood? No, although he provides no confirming evidence. But that’s not the same thing as a conscious lie. The Times then did its best to downgrade a previously respected piece published at the Washington Post to a mere blog “hosted” by the paper. It then did its best to downgrade a previously respected piece published at the Washington Post to a mere blog “hosted” by the paper.
The Trump government can leave draining the media swamp to it’s own slow suicide.