As Twitchy reported Sunday, Brian Stelter devoted part of his “Reliable Sources” show on CNN to analyzing President Trump’s Twitter misspellings.
CNN's Reliable Sources will report on "some never-before-seen data about Trump's typos" today. pic.twitter.com/sboqTmhyAq
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) November 3, 2019
The morning after, Stelter made it clear what the point of the segment was; that Trump makes a LOT more mistakes than everybody else.
The main point I made about this on air: Everybody makes spelling mistakes. But Trump makes a LOT more of them than most public figures. It's not the biggest thing in the world, but it still matters. Accuracy always matters… https://t.co/sp2hJwDzX1
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 4, 2019
Accuracy always matters … says the guy whose network just less than an hour ago called an AR-15 an automatic rifle.
Not enough to do a Zapruder- like review and still talk about 24 hours later
— Scott H (@dadbod_thor) November 4, 2019
Must bash Trump🤖 must find something,…. job depends on it
— Creshnoch (@chadsimer) November 4, 2019
Keep running towards that fire, Brian.
— Jeremy Fresz (@jfresz) November 4, 2019
And just what would YOU know about accuracy? https://t.co/LiZFP98v6j
— Natasha Fatale, P🦃ttsylvanian B🦃mbshell (@N_Fatale) November 5, 2019
— Matthew Dempster (@dempstermd) November 4, 2019
Should probably tell your employer about this accuracy thing. Since they lie alot. https://t.co/zcf8s0NCfP
— Michael Boudreau (@winkinss) November 4, 2019
“Accuaracy matters” 😂😂😂😂😂😂 Because CNN is so accurate
— cporter73 (@cporter73) November 4, 2019
Hasn't CNN been telling us for three years that "The walls are closing in on Trump"?
That there are "mountains of evidence of Russia collusion"?
— Ret Doc (@retinaldoctor) November 4, 2019
— chuck hasty (@chuckhasty) November 4, 2019
— Extremely Careless (@Shanghaibeast) November 4, 2019
No you're just f****** obsessed and can't exercise any self-control over it https://t.co/QLiSVCo9aj
— TheWhiteIguodala (@BordenDaytime) November 5, 2019
What's a "misspelling error"?
Is that a word spelled correctly?
— Zionist Redneck (@gone_galt) November 4, 2019
And the main point here is that this is pathetic. Ever wonder why ratings are what they are? https://t.co/91bMbyT2Ng
— ✌🏻 (@TheRealStevieA) November 4, 2019
The main point you made on air is you shouldn’t be on air.
— Ryan 🇺🇸 T (@fishfinder45) November 5, 2019
it actually doesnt matter at all… its called a typo..
— may (@MaytalNiss) November 4, 2019
Clearly impeachable https://t.co/PQvXN18NiN
— Elbridge Condee (@econdee) November 4, 2019
Not all heroes wear capes. I smell a Pulitzer.
— Flurypd (@FluryPD) November 4, 2019
Now do your list of Biden gaffes, you weapons-grade moron.
— Rusty Weiss 🇺🇸 (@rustyweiss74) November 4, 2019
How many times will Brian get ratioed on this subject. He seems pathologically unable to admit this was ridiculous to report on. This was a segment of what he claimed would be Reliable Sources “best show ever”. https://t.co/22BqLB5lbz
— Uncovered (@UncoverFacts) November 4, 2019
Not a bad point:
Every spelling error creates an extra media cycle, and its ripples are a force-multiplier on the substance of what he's trying to say. This is a feature, not a bug, and media stories about the typos themselves play right into his hands. Showing the typos = repeating the message. https://t.co/MpjUy103ys
— David Martosko (@dmartosko) November 5, 2019
‘Stunning and brave’ investigative work by CNN as they blow the lid off of Trump’s Twitter typos https://t.co/xIpJUf6E4m
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 3, 2019