CNN has been going 25 hours a day presenting stories, conjecture, theories and even toy planes in an attempt to explain the possible events surrounding the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370. However, Wednesday night, CNN appeared to have reached the absolute end of the credibility universe when discussing a recent cosmic theory for the plane’s disappearance:
Yes. Black holes.
CNN has officially gone to the farthest reaches of the universe for possible explanations as to why #MH370 disappeared. Host Don Lemon called the theory “preposterous,” but it was discussed nonetheless:
Put on your pressure suits and prep for a gravitational pull so intense nothing except mockery can escape:
CNN posited the black hole theory only after carefully rejecting others involving the tesseract and wardrobe.
— Rachel (@esqcapades) March 20, 2014
— Amy Lutz (@amylutz4) March 20, 2014
Wait. You're telling me that CNN actually brought up a theory that an airplane was sucked into a black hole.
Sweet baby Cthulhu.
— Isaac Morrison (@Thorrison) March 20, 2014
— LaurieAnn (@mooshakins) March 20, 2014
"Man does CNN look stupid" – Network of woman who wears tampon earrings on the air.
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) March 20, 2014
Don Lemon wants to know where Lex Luthor was when the plane disappeared.
— chaplinlives (@chaplinlives) March 20, 2014
Maybe a black hole caused @CNN to get its ass handed to it by the Home Shopping Network.
— Joseph (@JoeKenHa) March 20, 2014
What bothers me is that a group of people sat in a room at @CNN and said “Yes. We should report a black hole theory."
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) March 20, 2014
@RBPundit When this is over CNN may collapse in on itself, a news singularity
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) March 20, 2014
Somewhere a light bulb is going off over somebody’s head:
— Jules (@juleslalaland) March 20, 2014
At this point we can totally see that being reported.