If You Don’t Think They’re Coming For Your Gas Stoves, A New New York Times Article Will Fix That

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The New York Times is ready to play its part in ensuring gas stoves become a thing of the past.

Despite the gaslighting by most media outlets, there’s a clear and present push to eliminate gas stoves as an option. And the New York Times is putting its best progressive foot forward to help out.

It published an article explaining how “dangerous” apartment gas stoves are and made its intentions known straight away.

“The blue flames also emit harmful pollutants like nitrogen dioxides, as well as planet-warming gases,” the article reads.

They then moved on to unquestioningly accepting the “concerns” of gas stove critics,” while criticizing efforts to stop the government’s unnecessary overreach.

“Concerns over the health and climate effects of gas-burning stoves have already prompted some cities and states to seek to phase out natural gas connections in new buildings, and the federal government has also moved to strengthen efficiency standards for gas stoves. But the issue has become a polarizing one. Last week in Washington, Republicans convened a hearing of the House Oversight Committee “examining the Biden administration’s regulatory assault on Americans’ gas stoves,'” it says.

Those evil Republicans, trying to stop the Biden administration from doing what they want!

Joe Biden wants to ban gas stoves
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Gas Stoves Are Necessary For Democrats, Dangerous For Everyone Else

Celebrity chef Jose Andres, who repeatedly criticized former President Donald Trump, got an exemption from a gas stove ban for his new restaurant.


Meanwhile the Times, as the semi-official voice of the modern left, writes articles meant to promote further restrictions.

The article also promotes a junk science “study” that tries to tie gas stoves to childhood asthma.

But as many have pointed out, it’s nonsense, with ludicrous data and unsupported conclusions.

But the Times is ready and willing to use bad science if it promotes its agenda.

After months of being told that the fight over gas stoves was just another part of the right wing “culture war,” liberal papers have fully taken the mask off.

They’re coming for the gas stoves, even if they have to misrepresent science to do so.

Written by Ian Miller

Ian Miller is a former award watching high school actor, author, and long suffering Dodgers fan. He spends most of his time golfing, traveling, reading about World War I history, and trying to get the remote back from his dog. Follow him on Twitter @ianmSC


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  1. This is the far-left playbook, used for any of their agenda items. It starts with, “That’s ridiculous. Nobody is really talking about banning gas stoves.” Next is, “Ok, we do think gas stoves should be banned, but it’s good for you.” Then, very quickly, it gets to “You will no longer have a gas stove or you will be punished.”

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