“Tied to the anxiety over testosterone is another hotly disputed assertion: that sperm counts have been declining among men in the Western world for decades. Huge numbers of studies have been done, and there is no scientific consensus on the scope of the problem or whether it exists at all.”

THE New York Times probably got that statement right in its recent articles attacking Tucker Carlson of Fox News, who went a little bit over the edge in a commentary championing a red-light treatment at the crotch for those who lack the essential hormone in masculinity.

It’s true that studies, including at least one in Australia, suggest a rising fertility problem among males. But other studies apparently contradict that. It’s the same with the climate change issue, but on that subject The Times only acknowledges those studies which support the alarmism scenario.

The red-light therapy for infertility may or may not work, and the outfit that sells it even admitted to The Times there’s very little evidence it does. But the rare breakout of truth was remarkable because everything else the NT Times says about Carlson is not only leftist but quite laughable too. It’s mostly the snooty-nosed drivel you would expect from Democrat Party media hacks.

In fact, there are many issues where “huge numbers of studies have been done and there is no scientific consensus”, but seldom do media admit so. As we saw recently with “COVID”, this same media told us vaccines were the only viable and safe treatment, despite thousands of medical practitioners worldwide disputing that.

The Times recently dedicated a team of 10 or more journalists to probe Carlson and his nightly reports. “A New York Times analysis of 1150 episodes reveals how Tucker Carlson pushes extremist ideas and conspiracy theories into millions of households, five nights a week. He’s done so since the beginning but the show has gotten darker. Mr Carlson, 52, has one of the largest megaphones in all of cable television. When President Donald J. Trump left office, Mr Carlson filled the void on the right.”

So say the Times journalists who Carlson calls “obedient little establishment defenders”. On COVID, climate change, racism and sexual politics, The Times’ writers are guaranteed to push the prevailing acceptable narrative churned out by the establishment think tanks, policy writers and their global neo-liberal media apparatus, in which The Times is a leading player.

Journalist Nicholas Confessore’s naivety, or willful blindness, regarding the big issues of the day is illustrated in this passage: “Night after night, hour by hour, Mr. Carlson warns his viewers that they inhabit a civilization under siege — by violent Black Lives Matter protesters in American cities, by diseased migrants from south of the border, by refugees importing alien cultures, and by tech companies and cultural elites who will silence them, or label them racist, if they complain. When refugees from Africa, numbering in the hundreds, began crossing into Texas from Mexico during the Trump administration, he warned that the continent’s high birthrates meant the new arrivals might soon “overwhelm our country and change it completely and forever.” Amid nationwide outrage over George Floyd’s murder by a Minneapolis police officer, Mr. Carlson dismissed those protesting the killing as “criminal mobs.”

Confessore apparently thinks the idea of a “civilization under siege” is some sort of mythology or conspiracy theory. Even Blind Freddy knows that when powerful forces attempt to redefine gender and break down all societal norms, you have a civilization under siege. The French, Russian and Chinese revolutions are historic examples of this. The most recent book on the subject is War on the West by Douglas Murray, which addresses what we now know as the “culture wars”.

Confessore goes on to refer to “violent Black Lives Matter protesters” in American cities. Try “rioters” who literally destroyed city centres across America after the highly politicised George Floyd murder. BLM publicly stated on their original web page their objective is to overthrow American society, but the NY Times insists they are merely “protesters”. Their naivety is mind boggling.

Like the leftist radicals who habitually use the term “racist” to discredit their political opponents, the New York Times tries to smear Carlson with the same term. Why? Because Carlson has become more outspoken against the woke ideology spread by The Times and other big media channels.

How is it that refugees from Africa were crossing into Texas from Mexico during the Trump administration? Carlson apparently warned that their high birthrates meant they might soon “overwhelm our country and change it completely and forever”. A bit overstated? Consider that during the Biden administration about a million illegal immigrants (the Times calls them “migrants”) have crossed the border, overwhelming the border patrols. And the Democrat-controlled agencies have had them flown off to cities in key electoral states across the US. In total there are some 22 million illegals in the US.

Looking after illegal border crashing migrants is a vote catching business for the Democrats, aided by left-wing Catholic social action networks. They not only sign them up for government social services but also register them as potential voters, while pushing so-called voter’s rights legislation allowing voting without IDs.

But don’t worry that these poor souls were trafficked across the border by Mexican drug cartels and crashed the border illegally. To The Times, NPR, CNN and other like-minded media, they are simply “migrants”. They don’t even call them “illegals” anymore.  But you, dear reader, fly to the US and try to sneak past the immigration desks at the airport and see how far you’ll get before you’re roughed up, cuffed and put behind bars.

Such is the world of the US “liberal media”. It’s dirt cheap to subscribe to for obvious reasons and somewhat informative, if you filter out the propaganda. Meantime, you can listen to Tucker Carlson on YouTube for free on your phone, PC or smart TV. Even YouTube can’t afford not to have the millions who listen to the leading populist voice for freedom and truth.