Heroes don’t wear capes, they get on Twitter and write stupid things. Or rather they get quoted saying stupid things about journalists and firefighters and cause people to roll their eyes SO MUCH they injure themselves.
i rolled my eyes so hard i broke them. i am now blind. pic.twitter.com/92odmJ8ddj
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) February 16, 2017
Yikes! Shame on Katy Tur, not only did she compare media hacks to actual heroes who sometimes die saving people, she caused this innocent man to go blind.
@BecketAdams journalists are the real heroes
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) February 16, 2017
Yes! Yes they are … it takes courage to be blathering hacks pretending to be victims of everyday people calling them out for being, well hacks.
Such heroes! (oh great, now WE’RE rolling our eyes, let’s hope we don’t go blind too).
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) February 17, 2017
Adams is our spirit animal.
— neontaster (@neontaster) February 17, 2017
HEY MAN, that’s news.
Or not. But clearly it was SUPER dangerous covering Clinton eating a burrito; it took real heroes to cover if she ordered guacamole or not.
— James Swick (@jamesbswick) February 17, 2017
They attack the GOP and defend the Left. Honestly if they just admitted as much they’d have a way easier go of things these days.
@BecketAdams BREAKING: Twitter reports T. Becket Adams rendered blind by a salute to the bravest of American Heroes, the U.S. Press Corps
— noisyparker (@noisyparker) February 16, 2017
THAT’S a headline!
Don’t give the New York Times any ideas.
— JoeyJoeJoeJrShabadoo (@SideshowJon36) February 17, 2017
HA HA HA.
@BecketAdams the farther you run into the fire, the hotter the take
— Nino (@baldingschemer) February 17, 2017
— Chris McAllister (@themanfronUNCLE) February 17, 2017
— Sheepdog Smokey (@SheepdogSmokey) February 17, 2017
And it is. Sure, we can make fun of Katy and the media ALL DAY (it brings us great joy, truth be told), but ultimately what she said is very insulting and disrespectful to real heroes, like our military and yes, firefighters.
Keep it up, media.