The media is a political operation. And its activism has gone well beyond bias into enforcing political conformity.
It wasn’t enough for the New York Times and other Democrat media operations to push a corporate campaign against Georgia’s attempt at ensuring voter security. Now the Times has gone even further by specifically targeting CEOs who didn’t join in.
The Times rolled out two headlines, “Hundreds of Companies Unite to Oppose Voting Limits, but Others Abstain” and then when that seemed too subtle, “The C.E.O.s Who Didn’t Sign a Big Defense of Voting Rights.”
This isn’t just activism, it’s the use of the media’s platform to shame and intimidate CEOs and companies that aren’t actively helping elect Democrats while suppressing legitimate votes.
Corporations have been the big front in the lefty campaign of the past few years. Companies have been pressured to stop donating to politicians whom the media opposes (Republicans) and to use corporate pressure on red states to force them to comply with Democrat demands.
Companies run by conservatives have been targeted for economic destruction and political prosecution with media smear campaigns.
The Times’ message to Corporate America is obey and bow to our agenda. Or else.