It’s not like we want to pick on CNN’s Brian Stelter every single day, but the guy just won’t stop giving us reasons to do a double-take at almost every one of his tweets. He might have a point about Rudy Giuliani, but again, this is the guy who admitted he let anti-NRA activist David Hogg lie on his own show because, you know, how many times are you going to interrupt your guest? You’ve got to find that balance.
With that in mind:
Rudy's credibility has dried up, but I wonder what he means by "this should be over by September 1" https://t.co/WDRdoQbmm0
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 8, 2018
What could Rudy Giuliani mean when he says “this should be over by September 1?”
I think that by saying "this should be over by September 1" he's saying that he, Rudy Guiliani thinks that… try to follow along with me here… this should be over by… and this is the key point… September 1, which is a date in September which is the name of a month. https://t.co/iZ0LwmLWIt
— RBe (@RBPundit) August 8, 2018
I interpreted September as October, thus meaning it should be over by November 1st of December
— Aurelius (@AureliusPundit) August 8, 2018
calendars, how do they work?
— Dr. Richard Harambe (@Richard_Harambe) August 8, 2018
I imagine it means "this should be over by September 1."
— glhami (@glhami) August 8, 2018
Stelter could have checked CNN’s website for the full quote; that might have clear things up a little:
The full quote: "We do not want to run into the November elections. So back up from that, this should be over by September 1".https://t.co/X5Cmsd0pI6
— Jeremy Gibbs (@jeremy_gibbs) August 8, 2018
It’s just a date. Most people become deadline driven when they see a date. He’s hoping that’s what happens
— greenman (@greenofrls) August 8, 2018
He means they'll likely accept D. Trump's offer to answer questions in writing and produce their report and be done. Issuing a subpoena for POTUS would drag the whole thing out for years and there's not much chance of winning that one, anyway. You sound silly, again, btw.
— artsygirl (@ArtsGirly) August 8, 2018
Now about that credibility problem … it appears to be contagious.
Yes, Rudy’s credibility has dried up.
Yet, he will continue to be invited back on CNN to give interviews where he makes outrageous claims he never has to substantiate.
— Ryan Stephens (@rstefens) August 8, 2018
Not sure you are the right person to be talking about credibility. For someone who has no credibility, CNN sure enjoys havingRudy on their shows.
— Christine Breasbois (@CBreasbois) August 8, 2018
Yeah, you’d think CNN wouldn’t keep inviting on a guest who has zero credibility.
What I find funny is a CNN "journalist" is talking about someone's credibility drying up. That's the funniest thing I've heard all day. 😂😂😂😂
— Deplorable Juan (@Johnny0732) August 8, 2018
"I'm just a media reporter" https://t.co/93vSu7rRrm
— Chris (@CML_Texas) August 8, 2018
Says the guy with zero credibility or self-awareness. https://t.co/bVhJi7xPyl
— JWF (@JammieWF) August 8, 2018
Aren't you supposed to be an objective media analyst? Oh right I forgot you work for CNN
— Chris Wray (@chriswray3) August 8, 2018
And if anyone is an authority on dried up credibility, it would be none other than, I proudly introduce the saltine cracker, smeared with 5 year old peanut butter, Brian Stetler! pic.twitter.com/sp3rJomnOa
— JDawg (@CrumbCollector) August 8, 2018
Dried up credibility fight!!!!!!
— Drago (@rudeboyardee) August 8, 2018
Your credibility is dried up worse than a popcorn fart Mr Potato Head. You haven't said anything legitimate or truthful since @realDonaldTrump was elected POTUS.
— RussoTaxResolution (@TheRussoOrg) August 8, 2018
Someone from CNN talking about credibility. Cute. It's like Dan Rather calling out fake news. Whatever.
— ❌Leonidas❌ (@davidphx) August 8, 2018
COME ON! How the HELL did Brian Stelter let ex-Clinton press secretary get away with THIS? https://t.co/zlxuCkFLuf
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 8, 2018