you thought you knew how deep the clown world rabbithole went.
you were wrong.
it just got personal.
the death rattles of bloviating broadsheets projecting their own misbehavior onto those who will replace them continue unabated.
but let’s face it, if the mendacious moppets of “pravda on the hudson” are telling you to mistrust internet moggies, this is a sure sign of one thing:
you want our cats?
Are you effing KITTEN me?!?
Walking in NYT's shoes for as long as I can stomach it, it's understandable. I'd be pretty embarrassed to if I kept getting dunked on by a super dank meme lord who still managed to prove himself smarter, more honest, and better with data than I was.
I'm not that smart. But even I know I can trust someone who posts cat memes more than the NYT.
Viva El Gato!!
It's because they're scared!
The AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION came out with a post similar to this yesterday about misinformation from "people who don't understand science" on the internet. I could use help growing our effort to involve more dentists to be part of the movement. We are writing a white paper to deliver to the ADA because like the AMA, they are totally captured!! Here's my story:
I am a dentist in Chapel Hill, NC who was censored on our statewide dental forum for discussing natural immunity. I have been extremely active in research and educating people about our missed opportunity to encourage prevention and early treatment for COVID. I am also seriously concerned about the current push by our profession to promote vaccination to our staff and patient population. Based on how these vaccines were designed, choosing to be vaccinated is an individual's choice because there only benefit to the recipient is to at best to mitigate symptoms. Since they cannot stop contraction or spread, there is no public benefit to mass vaccination with a novel therapeutic that has no long term safety data.
Like many dentists, we returned to full operation and treatment of patients in the midst of the pandemic. We had no other option, we had to choose faith over fear because unlike all of the telemedicine visits doctors were offering, dentistry is hands on, with masks off. Our profession is highly educated on sterilization and PPE and returning to patient care was not very different considering pandemic implications. I spent a lot of time studying how to keep my staff, my patients and my family safe but became frustrated by the lack of dialogue amongst our profession about prevention and early treatment of COVID. Especially since dentistry prides itself on these regular discussions with our patients about their oral care.
When I was censored on our statewide forum for promoting natural immunity while citing The Lancet, I challenged the other dentists about how we could be an OPEN Forum if we can't discuss emerging science. Eventually my post was restored and I took to task the topic of vaccine efficacy and safety. The ADA for months had been suggesting it is our moral obligation to be vaccinated and to educate our patients. In a field that encourages adequate informed consent before any procedure, I was disappointed to learn that vaccine recipients are not warned of possible SERIOUS adverse effects. Those willing to speak on the Forum called me tin foil hat wearing and suggested that I should have my credentials stripped for promoting anything other than the vaccines are 100% safe and effective.
Several brave souls reached out to me privately and we have formed a group to work on an open letter/white paper to the ADA and other downstream dental organizations that are in lockstep with the mask up and give everyone a vaccine narrative. Recently the ADA came out with an update to their ethical standards of practice, in which they made the suggestion that denying treatment to an unvaccinated patient is not considered unethical and perhaps is a responsibility in some cases, for the safety of the community.
Our small group of dentists is appalled at the position of the ADA on masks, vaccines and the ethical denial of treatment. We are hoping by reaching out to individuals with a broad population base, we can find other dentists outside of NC to join our effort and have our voices heard.
You are winning - and we are thankful. #FightingWithFeline
Poor PhARMA can't compete with kittens undermining their efforts to save humanity. *smirk*
Cats are "peddling misinformation, researchers say" I had to reload and re-read that tweet a couple times to make sure it was real and really from the New York Times.
I have never been happier to be an el gato follower and a cat person!
What a cat-astrophe! I’m feline bold now!
THIS. IS. WAR.
The future's so bright, I Gato wear shades!
Meow!! Load the Furballs!
First they came for the cats, and I did not speak out...
I knew exactly who they meant when I saw a quote tweet of this on someone's publicly-available Twitter feed. God but you're getting under their skin fer shure.
And I wonder how soon Twitter will make it impossible to view anyone's feed without one's own account. First they came for the threads...
LOL!! Gato has hit the big time!!!
Hell hath no furry like a feline scorned.
We would line our litter boxes with the NY Slimes but it’s not even good for that.
Don't anyone tell Gatito Bueno, an impressionable young kitten like that will internalize the blatant gatophobia.
Ah, targeting the kitty cat crowd? The New York Slimes never disappoint now, do they? Yes, we are winning if they’ve responded to our ‘misinformation’. Meowwwwww, they’re scared! Keep it up!
Even Orwell would be rolling over in his grave
Per Wikipedia, the Davey Alba, who penned the NYT article, "attended De La Salle University, earning a degree in communication arts . . . She studied at Columbia University and received a masters in science journalism."
In other words, she has no qualifications.
But you have to admire her ability to get paid writing brain-dead leftist dreck.
I for one am grateful to the crack investigative reporting team over at the NYT for uncovering what will undoubtedly prove to be one of the stories of the century: Catgate. Who knew that the real propagandists were not those purveying so-called information about various virus variants (aka "scariants") that we're hearing so much of these days, but the "other people and organizations that are peddling misinformation," the cat propagandists who are responsible for all manner of fake news and misinformation. Assigning responsibility will be hard because there's so much blame to go around these days: Covid19, Inflation, Murder, Theft, Illegal Immigration, and the infamous Misinformation! Probably all of these irritating issues have been exacerbated by cats. Or at least looking at pictures of cats.
Even though the NYT article states: "The posts with the animals do not directly spread false information," the article infers that just looking at cats will do a person in and convince them to believe, well, anything! Where do you think that Obi-Wan learned his Jedi Mind Trick? You got it, meow friend.
Fortunately, when the NYT uses animals as clickbait, they use a special spray that inoculates their readers from being sucked in by the photos and cute animal stories. Here are some examples: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/12/learning/lesson-plans/lesson-of-the-day-2021-has-been-a-bad-year-for-manatees.html and https://www.nytimes.com/topic/subject/cats and https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/26/us/zoo-animals-twitter.html. Don't worry, you can click on and read those NYT stories without any fear that you might be persuaded by the propaganda from nearby articles on the NYT website.
“Misinformation” = code word for truth used by Covidians and those running the psyops on them. “Lies” = used by non-Covidians when exposed to the same psyops.
Wow. Just wow. "Researchers say," you say? WHICH researchers? Do you mean all researchers? Or perhaps researchers who prefer dogs over cats? I love this false authority they try to tag onto their ridiculous assertions.
I’m tempted to send all writers at the NYT a large box filled with of cat turds for the holiday season - to show them how much I love their commitment to excellence and good journalism. Nothing says “New York Times, I appreciate you” like a big fat case of toxoplasmosis. LONG LIVE EL GATO!
On a different note, I’ve been dreaming of something special for the holiday. What if we take all the Red states and people who believe in freedom, civil liberty, The constitution, free speech and secede from the union. I’m so tired of progressives and lockdowns and fake Fauci scientists. Let’s just leave them behind and form a new country. We can even build a wall to keep the New Yorkers and Californians out. We can leave Fauci, Pelosi, AOC, the squad, The FDA the CDC, the NIH, the NYT and the rest of the dirty corrupt swamp behind. The government should build roads and bridges but stay the hell out of everything else. A New Republic full of hard working capitalists. A new country with an army of Bad Cats. And the baddest cat of all, our new kick A$$ president El GATO. Let’s GO Brandon! VIVA EL GATO!!!!!!!
I'm so PROUD of you, Gato!! Pa'lante!!
Wow, talk about desperation!
Telling you the truth...I'd be reading your posts with or without the cat motif. NYT and clowns are certainly synonymous.
They may take our lives..........but they will never take.................OUR FELINES!!
Congrats to nasty cats.
MSM are nervous as rats:
They've upped the squeaking
Cause their boat is leaking
And their lifejackets are full of sand
There really is no bottom with these people...
Nunca te rindas, gatito!
El Gato, you make the world a better place.
I say watch out for dogs too. And hot looking women, and men. Images of delicious looking culinary dishes can exploit the appetite to sneak bad information and propaganda into the viewer's minds via the stomach. We should also be wary of photos of beautiful sunsets and landscapes. In fact anything that is appealing to human beings can serve as a potential vehicle for the spread of subversive conspiracy theories, white supremacy, Russian psyops, etc.
Images of cats can even be used by The New York Times to spread idiotic technology pieces.
Oh my! That's hilarious! I actually did this yesterday! I wrote a giant post on big tech lords and authoritarian over reach, and knowing it would be shadow banned, I made a post above it with a funny cat meme saying now I've got your attention, please look at the important post below.
They're onto me 😂😂😂
Well, I've been hearing the "they're getting desperate" mantra out there. Now there's absolute proof! They really are desperate. Wow!
Where can I get a job researching useless crap like this? Is there a National Institute For Useless Studies out there somewhere? How do I apply for a government grant?
NYTimes got a bad case of pussy envy. If only they could be so cute and cool while telling the truth. (Oh wait. Not the last part.)
Desata a los gatitos de guerra!
No only is the Tide Turning but some of quiet dissenters within the Healthcare System have now mucked up the courage to start speaking out: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanepe/article/PIIS2666-7762(21)00258-1/fulltext?s=08&fbclid=IwAR2Jc-1XsWXUm3ijBNKE00S-VAWeeO7jGTURzpaHFmMZ3uSMk1QbPV_v-QU#%20
NYT cat-erwaling again. Much meow about nothing.
Oye gato malo... ¡Nunca te des por vencido! ¡Todos los gatos te apoyan!
These sort of media trial balloons are usually followed by official government actions or other coordinated suppression.
But cats chasing a laser dot is such a great metaphor for leftists chasing fake news. What next, Twitter banning memes with humans?
Hehe. Let us not discuss with tasteless people. I am sure all cats will turn their heads in disgust Let us give them a sturdy pole to sharpen their claws !
The NYT isn't even good enough to line a litter box. Fight on Felines!
No messing with El Gatos’ NINE lives... in numerology “9” is the “Humanitarian” and the number of “Completion”...... MEOW x 9!
My cat approves this message.