The New York Times’ video opinion team traveled across the country for a project to humanize the “Deep State” and called it “kind of awesome” in its new report.

The article, part article, part video essay, took aim at former President Trump’s constant rhetorical attacks against the “deep state,” the often derogatory term used for unelected bureaucrats, of whom he and his supporters believe they are hindering his agenda.

To portray Trump’s claims as paranoid, the authors traveled to various government officials across the country and made clear how normal and down-to-earth they are.

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The New York Times was featured this week (Getty Images)

The article says“When we met the Americans who are dismissed as enemies of the state, we realized that they are… us. You like Taylor Swift. They dance bachata. They go to bed at night and watch reruns of Star Trek. They go to work and fulfill their task: save us from Armageddon.

The corresponding video featured brief interviews with people working at the Environmental Protection Agency, Marshall Space Flight Center and other U.S. government agencies.

The article went on to urge readers to support this “deep state.”

“When we hear ‘Deep State,’ we should unite instead of shying away. We should think about the workers, also known as our public servants, the everyday superheroes who are waking up and ready to dedicate their careers and lives to serving us.”

“These are the Americans we employ. Although their work is often invisible, it makes our lives better,” the article said, before warning that Trump plans to get rid of many of these individuals when he returns to the White House.

“But if Donald Trump is re-elected and enacts Schedule F, that could change,” the statement said, referring to the classification status that would make it easier for government employees to be fired as political appointees. “He would have the power to wipe out the so-called deep state and replace our public servants with people who work for him, not us.”

The article ended by saying, “In the video above, you’ll get to know some of our hard-working American officials, and we hope you’ll agree that they’re not scary at all. In fact, they are friendly.” by great.


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A New York Times opinion piece claimed that Americans should “unite” behind the deep state. (Fox News Photo/Joshua Comins)

The Times’ critics of X criticized the paper for its “playful” defense.

Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald wrote: “Perfect New York Times headline. Perfect expression of the dominant liberal ideology of the USA. Perfect illustration of the subservient relationship between corporate media and the US government. Yes, it is designed to be “playful”: to humanize the most powerful.” Agencies. 10/10.”

X owner Elon Musk ripped the outlet, declaring: “You are the mouthpiece of the state.”

The conservative magazine account Evie Magazine wrote: “I thought the Deep State wasn’t real.”

Federalist editor-in-chief Mollie Hemingway commented, “Besides, I’m so old that I remember being called names for referring to the ‘deep state.'” By people who now tell us to worship deep state.

“NEW: The New York Times has published a propaganda article calling the ‘Deep State’ ‘great,’ in a desperate attempt to pressure the American people,” wrote conservative commentator Collin Rugg. “The medium interviewed low-level government officials to mislead the American people into believing that the ‘Deep State’ was just a right-wing conspiracy theory.”

Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., acknowledged the post, saying, “If you are part of the Deep State, this is what you would say. Thanks for showing us who you are, New York Times!”


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