Writer Ashley Feinberg is as partisan as they come — she’s the one who turned over ownership of Deadspin to Ted Cruz, whom she then called “a pathetic a**hole.”
When the late Sen. John McCain announced he was going to vote for the GOP tax bill, the HuffPost reporter tweeted, “Congratulations to John McCain’s wife and children on their upcoming tax-free inheritance.” Then, as Henry Kissinger’s name trended while he was eulogizing McCain, she tweeted that his name trending “briefly got my hopes up.”
On Friday, after the Senate Judiciary Committee released a letter signed by 65 women attesting to Brett Kavanaugh’s character, Feinberg immediately went in search of women who were contacted and didn’t sign.
— Ashley Feinberg (@ashleyfeinberg) September 14, 2018
Do ? Not ? Trust ? These ? People ? https://t.co/ERpFrBuber
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) September 15, 2018
What he said.
Don’t do it. This is an invitation to have your life dragged through the mud. https://t.co/yNwmKsksqO
— GOP Pouncer (@Mellecon) September 15, 2018
Journalism in 2018 fair and balanced https://t.co/zRiIQWMTsm
— Bill (@Billyjack70) September 15, 2018
Did your boss Ted Cruz give you permission to do this? https://t.co/mtQNq7u4ic
— Dave S (@amish1910) September 15, 2018
Are we going this low now https://t.co/EwkelS0Nzh
— J.T. MacDoogan (@JMacdoogan) September 15, 2018
Top flight investgative reporting. https://t.co/zB3SURUAS5
— Drill Thrawl (@Drill_Thrawl) September 15, 2018
"Excellent reporting methods. Way to pound the pavement." – Mike Wallace never https://t.co/4tuUk94dcI
— EricEEE (@EEElverhoy) September 15, 2018
Journalist journalizing https://t.co/lOVoyQMrpl
— I’ll take that to go please (@MrJonnyCab) September 15, 2018
Someone is fishing…
— LordKrispyKreme (@LordKreme) September 15, 2018
How's that mailbag filling up?
— StanleyFosha (@stanleyfosha) September 15, 2018
Have we checked middle and elementary school yet. Dig deeper
— architectguy (@architectguy2) September 14, 2018
— Mujahed (@kebejay) September 15, 2018
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) September 15, 2018
All I can think about reading this tweet is those commercials saying "You could be awarded damages if you have Mesothelioma."
— Dr. Ñot Top 100 (@NocAHomaratheon) September 15, 2018
Journalism by Craig’s List:
Bet the stories that find you are just AWESOME ??? https://t.co/eKE0kztSLt
— Brienne of Tart ⭐️ (@MsMakita) September 15, 2018
No freaking way people!
— Will (@RoscoenOtis) September 15, 2018
You’re a one woman clown show
— SusanMAdams (@SusanMAdams) September 15, 2018
I was asked to sign this letter. I am willing to go on the record and attest to the fact that Dianne Feinstein ate a man’s leg year ago. An entire leg.
— It's me DT (@dtfromdc) September 15, 2018
Nonpartisan media in action, right here. https://t.co/WRRRTXacWT
— ??Nightwood✞⚭⚓ (@Shteina_Gott) September 14, 2018
Perhaps journalists could expend some effort finding out if the “anonymous” accuser even exists rather than worry if there is a 66th named person. I mean, Right now it’s 65 named sources versus a chimera. Who you gonna trust? https://t.co/6DtKTUSxfj
— The Ghost of Silent Cal (@cjgermain09) September 15, 2018
Funny how the enemy press doesn’t want to find out who the “anonymous” Dem activist paid off woman who accused Kavanaugh but they want to go after every single woman who has said good things about Kavanaugh. I trust women who came forward over an “anonymous” accuser https://t.co/ZRH6vqezWb
— Lawrence Polyakov (@Larrypolya22) September 15, 2018
What follow up do you have underway with Keith Ellison?
— flapping around like a bapkin… (@dash_rice) September 15, 2018
— David Dunn (@davidhldunn) September 15, 2018
Attention everyone on Feinberg’s feed who’s asking how the list came together so quickly or how much the women were paid: The Weekly Standard has already answered that for you.
— Jonathan V. Last (@JVLast) September 14, 2018
Mic's senior political reporter: If Republicans were sitting on Kavanaugh allegation, what else are they hiding? https://t.co/k4geYjmbQi
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 15, 2018
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