The movement to suppress dissent from any views that are contrary to the liberal media is well under way. It is not news to point out the mass hysteria that has arisen in the media over the past few months after a slew of states passing “heartbeat bills” to protect the lives of the unborn. Liberal pundits and commentators are losing their minds over the prospect of the pro-life stance becoming mainstream opinion. The New York Times recently resorted to drastic measures in an effort to cloak the monstrosity that is abortion.
On Tucker Carlson Tonight Wednesday, Carlson brought to the forefront a story by New York Times Economist Alan Blinder in which the reporter coined the term “embryonic pulsing” to replace “fetal heartbeat." Tucker pointed out: “Well keep in mind that embryonic pulsing is not a scientific term. You won't find it anywhere in medical literature, it has no place in journalism. It's pure nonsense.”
Blinder wrote this on the Louisiana heartbeat bill: “The measure would require an ultrasound test for any woman seeking to terminate a pregnancy, and forbid abortion if the test detects embryonic pulsing — which can occur before many women know they are pregnant.” Blinder also downplayed the science surrounding when a baby in the womb is known to have a heartbeat: “Louisiana lawmakers voted on Wednesday to ban the procedure after the pulsing of what becomes the fetus’s heart can be detected. “
Sadly, this is not the first time The New York Times has deceived its readers and it is most likely not the last.
On Tuesday's show, the media were also a target of Carlson's as he went after the media for their double standard when it comes to edited videos.
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FNC's Tucker Carlson Tonight
June 6, 2019
9:37 p.m. Eastern
TUCKER CARLSON: Lawmakers in Louisiana just passed a bill banning abortion after doctors can detect a fetal heart beat. The New York Times didn't want you to know that. They were worried you might agree with it. So their propaganda a man called Alan Blinder, removed the term fetal heart beat entirely from his story and replaced it with the phrase embryonic pulsing. Haven't heard that term before? Well keep in mind that embryonic pulsing is not a scientific term. You won't find it anywhere in medical literature, it has no place in journalism. It's pure nonsense. He made up the term himself in order to hide the truth from his readers. That is called fraud. It's also just another day at The New York Times.