Great question. As Twitchy readers know, a CBS (out of Richmond, Virginia) employee falsely reported the Memories Pizza GoFundMe campaign for fraud. A lame “apology” was later offered by the employee Alix Bryan. Then, Twitter users noticed a little something missing from her Twitter bio: Check out the pitiful move here.

Looks like CBS wasn’t too pleased … the @CBS6 Twitter feed has also scrubbed Ms. Bryan from its Twitter bio:

Yep. Check it out:

But wait … looky here (after backlash):

Pitiful. And too little, too late.

CYA! CYA like the wind!

Oops!

Dead-on. Total fail, CBS. People are onto you and your institutionalized bias.

Ding, ding, ding!

And an exit reminder for Ms. Bryan:

Bingo.

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‘That’s messed up’: Va. CBS employee reports #MemoriesPizza GoFundMe for fraud — ‘just in case’

Can we get an amen? This tweeter’s response to whiny hack Alix Bryan is ‘the best’