As Twitchy reported earlier, CNN’s Brian Stelter had a bit of a meltdown and posted a thread about how his Twitter mentions had become “unreadable” because people were joking about a 10-year-old tweet reading, “I’m at Epstein’s.” (It’s not like the mainstream media would ever comb through someone’s old tweets looking for material.)

In any case, Stelter went on for a bit and then concluded that “today’s flood of lies” meant that maybe social media platforms are broken, or maybe we’re broken.

Speaking of lies, Dana Loesch, who was the featured villain at CNN’s premature show trial following the Parkland mass shooting, had something to say about that flood of lies on social media.

Here’s the tweet Loesch was referring to as one example:

But remember — Stelter actually admitted allowing David Hogg to lie without any pushback on his “Reliable Sources” show, even though he claimed, “There were a few times I wanted to jump in and say, ‘Let’s correct that fact.'” But, well, “There’s always that balance, how many times you’re going to interrupt.”

So we think Loesch can be forgiven for not shedding any tears over Stelter’s thread.