This one's an MSM keeper. https://t.co/m4pezBXyXp
— Anthony Sacramone (@amsacramone) June 9, 2016
The original tweet looked like this:
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 9, 2016
That tweet has been deleted, with CNN issuing the following explanation this morning:
A previous – now removed – tweet appeared to call into question the Tel Aviv attack as an act of terrorism. It undoubtedly was.
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) June 9, 2016
Was it an honest mistake or just because it was noticed by so many?
"We're sorry you noticed our bias, we'll try to be more subtle in the future." https://t.co/00EN8ZFvWm
— L (@OrwellForks) June 9, 2016
This doesn't sound like an apology. https://t.co/IgjOvR8dNa
— Eliott Wolbrom (@ewolbrom) June 9, 2016
"appeared to call into question"? https://t.co/I4O0W6XHkH
— Flora Duh (@FloraDuh1) June 9, 2016
@cnnbrk Hey look, CNN actually being truthful about the news. It only took a few million people calling you out on it.
— Guitar Addict (@BNorthy) June 9, 2016
Quotes don't call into question, they acknowledge uncertainty over the precise facts of a developing story. https://t.co/HWzWh99Toj
— Elie Leshem (@elieleshem) June 9, 2016
It was called into question bc you put the word terrorist in quotations. Thanks for the clarification. https://t.co/8LP0PuiHkG
— Ashley (@_ashelizabeth5) June 9, 2016
When you sneer-quote "terrorists" & don't fix it for a full day, more than an accidental appearance, it's an agenda. https://t.co/6Fc3XerrZ7
— Agam Tapaktuan (@Agam_T) June 9, 2016
You see, even CNN can be shamed into committing journalism. https://t.co/mRvTA8aGxi
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) June 9, 2016