As Twitchy reported earlier, CNN hired as a political editor Jeff Sessions’ former spokeswoman, and liberals like Obama bro Tommy Vietor are having quite the hissy fit over it.

Vox journalist Aaron Rupar did what all good journalists do: he scoured Twitter for her old tweets to see if there were any that could bring her down. We don’t think he quite hit paydirt, though, claiming that Sarah Isgur Flores pushed “conspiracy theories” about Planned Parenthood selling baby parts based on those “misleadingly edited” undercover videos.

Um, no. Be a crappy journalist, fine, but no rewriting history.

Liberals might not want to face it, but those videos were real and unedited: remember when Nancy Pelosi called for an investigation to see if the videos were faked, even though she admitted she hadn’t watched them?

At the time of this writing, Rupar’s tweet had been retweeted 921 times.

We do too … hey Brian Stelter, book Aaron Rupar for Sunday’s “Reliable Sources” and ask him about this tweet.

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