Well isn’t this interesting. CNN’s Oliver Darcy, who personally led the charge to have Alex Jones and InfoWars banned from Twitter, was on the air last week calling President Trump’s social media summit “alarming and dangerous” because it was just a gathering of “right-wing trolls.” In no way should the White House give a forum to the extremists.
Trump inviting right-wing extremists/trolls to the White House is maybe the clearest example of him seeking to validate fringe political allies. He's also boosting those people, of course, while working simultaneously to tear down legitimate news orgs. It's alarming & dangerous. pic.twitter.com/ADwvQ5rZh0
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) July 11, 2019
“Trump inviting right-wing extremists/trolls to the White House” is “also boosting those people,” complained the guy whose network decided on Tuesday to give a platform to white nationalist Richard Spencer.
Today on its valuable airwaves, CNN gave a platform to white nationalist Richard Spencer. There is literally nothing productive Spencer brings to the conversation. Whoever made this shameful decision should be fired. https://t.co/rKTTyc1OUY pic.twitter.com/o060SS47ZD
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) July 16, 2019
Does Darcy consider this CNN validating the opinions on those on the fringe of politics? Richard Spencer deserves a TV hit, but Alex Jones must be driven from all social media? What’s the deal here?
the absolute fuq? pic.twitter.com/9v3TfsHi9j
— Zeddy (@Zeddary) July 16, 2019
CNN's Jake Tapper gave white nationalist Richard Spencer airtime today pic.twitter.com/3PYhehtkNM
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) July 16, 2019
When you are so desperate to constantly attack Trump that you'll bring on Richard Spencer to tell you what you want to hear.
— Bonchie (@bonchieredstate) July 16, 2019
I’m so disconnected from cable news that when I find out @cnn paid Richard Spencer to come on today and say racism is good I don’t even know if I should be surprised.
— Cooper Wilhelm (@CooperWilhelm) July 16, 2019
NBD CNN's 'The Lead' giving a platform to Richard Spencer to paint Trump supporters as white supremacists
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) July 16, 2019
Why the fuck is CNN interviewing Richard Spencer? Have they no shame? https://t.co/sci1egPUw8
— Lisa Wetzelberger (@LisaWetzelberge) July 16, 2019
— Ol' Dirty CPAP (@sweatpantsfun) July 16, 2019
…was this really necessary? pic.twitter.com/5cuh6unwKp
— Michael Edison Hayden (@MichaelEHayden) July 16, 2019
CNN apparently gave airtime to white nationalist Richard Spencer today. Shameful decision. https://t.co/U4kzpt5tFZ
— Nick Martin (@nickmartin) July 16, 2019
— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) July 16, 2019
because they want to inflate this guy and his message to incite more hate and tribalism
the MEDIA HATES US@CNN is a toxic cancer than needs to be cut out of our lives
— 🐇Bad Rabbit🐇 (@MyBadRabbit) July 16, 2019
— Q – Dr.RussianBotC3PO (@HorizontalHarr1) July 16, 2019
Tapper doing his part to continue to act as if Richard Spencer is representative of all Republicans in the entire country. #MediaClownShow
— I'm Triggered (@StopThisMadnes1) July 16, 2019
Well, at least no one will see it.
— Glenna Esperanza (@EsperanzaGlenna) July 16, 2019
Credit CNN for finding an actual racist
— Not Timpf (@katpimpf) July 16, 2019
There are all of like two dozen real white supremacists left in America, and if the DEM media didn't give them a platform for their bigotry they'd be stuck sieg hieling in their mom's basement with no one knowing they even exist!
— Gentleman Jon (@GentlemanJonD) July 16, 2019
@CNN trying desperately to keep white nationalism a thing. Losers!
— Off The Deep End (@GypsyGentry) July 16, 2019
Maybe Darcy and Brian Stelter will look into how a declared white nationalist was given airtime on their network? We know they miss Michael Avenatti hanging around, but come on … have some standards.
If only CNN had a media team who could get to the bottom of why their network put an actual Nazi on the air today.
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) July 16, 2019
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 11, 2019