The New York Times claimed that a speech delivered by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calling for the United States to ground its human rights policy more prominently in religious liberty and property rights was “divisive”.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a divisive speech on Thursday calling for the United States to ground its human rights policy more prominently in religious liberty and property rights https://t.co/mPBgMGafBr
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) July 17, 2020
Former aide to Margaret Thatcher Nile Gardiner called them out:
What is “divisive” about religious liberty and property rights?
More “woke” drivel from The New York Times, which at one time had a newsroom that actually believed in freedom. https://t.co/HYhGD6OrlT
— Nile Gardiner (@NileGardiner) July 17, 2020
Religious Liberty And Property Rights are foundational parts of the American way of life. Without those America is simply not America. Good thing our “paper of record” thinks these foundational principles are “divisive”.
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