It’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day in America, and CNN dragged politics into it, along with another small problem:
— CNN (@CNN) January 18, 2016
First of all:
@CNN The given link is about something other then the headline.
— Qadir Habib (@QadirHabib) January 18, 2016
— Liz O'GingerMcIrish (@lizzyf620) January 18, 2016
Missed it by that much.
— ✌ (@Copper_Soul) January 18, 2016
CNN fails so hard. They meant to post a link debunking MLK myths and instead posted a link about flowers in space. https://t.co/akZSVokrT4
— Zachary Craft (@zwcraft) January 18, 2016
— Cranky Gordon (@CrankyGordon) January 18, 2016
@CNN or "how to politicize a figure who stood for unity", as told by CNN.
— Matt Perham (@THEMattPerham) January 18, 2016
@CNN Link is wrong story. Martin Luther King Did Not Publicly Endorse Either Party. HE KNEW HOW to work with both sides, unlike the clowns
— INSTANTRENTERS (@INSTANTRENTERS) January 18, 2016
1. Your headline is a lie.
2. Your link is about space flowers.
3. Somehow that makes sense, because it's CNN. https://t.co/MpGHoCw44M
— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) January 18, 2016
Desperate apologists for African American standard of living decline under Obama. Liberals know MLK would out them. https://t.co/l4Bv5dwqzK
— Elizabeth Emken (@ElizabethEmken) January 18, 2016
Nor was MLK for abortion and gay marriage, so he was more in line with GOP on social issues! THAT's the point! https://t.co/EFf0WeXpoo
— Anthony Bruno (@ajbruno14) January 18, 2016
— Chad Bennett (@FilmandPaint) January 18, 2016
THIS. Is CNN.
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