CNN’s chyrons — those little text banners they run across the bottom third of the screen — have really become something to watch lately, as the cable news network openly editorializes under the banner of “breaking news.”
We all had fun when CNN ran hours and hours of uncensored chyrons including Trump’s supposed quote about “s**thole countries,” and this is almost as good:
CNN sources: Trump “super pissed” pic.twitter.com/7SVIU6kBoV
— Adam Parkhomenko (@AdamParkhomenko) December 10, 2018
That’s right, it’s breaking news that sources say that Trump is “super pissed” that his first choice to replace John Kelly as chief of staff, Nick Ayers, turned down the job.
Whoa CNN, watch your language there. https://t.co/E20GbDPtLn
— Jamil (JJ) (@huskers2k18) December 10, 2018
always a treat to see the word “pissed” in a cable news chyron
— skippy the jingle kangaroo (@skippybkroo) December 10, 2018
For crissakes, CNN. A little decorum, please.
— Stepneydragon (@Stepneydragon1) December 11, 2018
In the British sense? https://t.co/8JxmYZ9BBo
— Count Istvan (@CountItsvan) December 10, 2018
Nah, he doesn’t drink.
I believe the BBC reported he had his knickers in a twist.
— Andre Viens (@andreviens) December 11, 2018
if you think of this as a past tense verb then it's hilarious news.
but, you know, also makes you think https://t.co/lHMNvXIUvU
— Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) December 11, 2018
So pissed. The pissedest. https://t.co/mWQARcCC8i
— on (@jonkudelka) December 10, 2018
Now that's a headline you thought you'd never see on CNN. https://t.co/T8UfBWjLYe
— Diana🌬 (@DiXiEjO68) December 11, 2018
The headlines on CNN get more and more entertaining every day https://t.co/jW5QcklKXR
— Rebecca Greenberg (@RebeccaGNews) December 11, 2018
Like Oh Mah Gawd, he is like, totally, completely pissed. Like. Fer Shure! https://t.co/cbBr2nLWj5
— Alex 'I Tesser to Wakanda' Lewis-O'Rourke (@ralvision) December 10, 2018
classic chyron https://t.co/8auGUXPaUX
— Dan says, down with Trump 👎 (@Dr_b1969) December 11, 2018
Who are they quoting?
— mishmash (@michhastings) December 11, 2018
How can you tell when Trump is “super-pissed”?
Can someone follow up on this
— Ana (@ana_abqnm) December 11, 2018
Can we get a second source on record?
— I'm Peachy. (@rebmy75) December 10, 2018
It’s too bad this doesn’t go both ways; e.g., “Jim Acosta super pissed that he wasn’t called on in press briefing” or “Jim Acosta super pissed that CNN was relegated to back row at Rose Garden press conference.”
CNN chyron of the day: You won't believe what Susan Collins did to Trump's 's*ithole' https://t.co/Fyoz5cVn5L
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 12, 2018