Rolling Stone has proven time and time again that if you’re looking for responsible and accurate journalism, keep looking. The magazine’s take on the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling sums up Rolling Stone-style “journalism” as well as anything (maybe they’re trying to get AOC and Elizabeth Warren to subscribe):
The Supreme Court rules 6-3 that the planet should burn. https://t.co/PFkE8T4vZO
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) June 30, 2022
The “journalism” is strong with that one. Not that Rolling Stone will care, reality checks have been offered up about the SCOTUS ruling:
Actually, they said that it’s Congress’s job to craft policy, not a regulatory agency, but stupid sells. https://t.co/ZLS2oJ4G42
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) June 30, 2022
The Supreme Court rules 6-3 that the Congress is tasked with writing laws per the Constitution
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) June 30, 2022
Remember the adoring RS cover featuring one of the Boston Marathon bombers? None of their miserable takes should be very surprising.
I am enjoying the absolute hysteria of the left today. https://t.co/MpisRu26Zl
— Lexi (@penngirl72) June 30, 2022
There’s certainly been no shortage of hyperventilating lefties.
Rolling Stone 1968: “Power to the People!”
Rolling Stone 2022: “Screw the People. Power to the Regulatory Agencies!” https://t.co/aHH9GzkiV8
— Probably Mulder’s Intern’l House of Pandemicakes (@banishedprotein) June 30, 2022
This is the most Metal Rolling Stone has been in awhile. https://t.co/JCmY3MmT4g
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) June 30, 2022
All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States…
Article 1 gives the authority to make law to Congress alone. If Congress wants the EPA to have this power, they must pass a law to do so.
This Court may actually save the Republic. https://t.co/6NoTP6MyKz
— Scot Turner (@Scot23) June 30, 2022
“The Supreme Court shouldn’t have a say in these matters” according to the same people whose inactions end up making the Supreme Court have a say in these matters.