CNN’s Jake Tapper offered up that poignant suggestion for a better cover than Rolling Stone’s much-derided, and rightly so, cover featuring a glam shot of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Even sadder? He received push-back from Rolling Stone defenders. But, no worries: Tapper is up to the task of troll-trouncing.

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Wait, what?

Bam!

Country star Dierks Bentley isn’t. He is protesting in an, umm, more anatomical way.

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Careful, Jake! You might be accused of bitterly clinging to freedom.

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Like Brit Hume said when troll-trouncing as only he can, “look before you tweet.”

That he did. And shame on him.

Kudos to Tapper for standing up for common decency.

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