You know what this debate about “fake news” needs? More input from the likes of disgraced newsman Dan Rather:
Journalists, I know you will not be bullied or intimidated. Keep doing your job. Your country depends on you. https://t.co/94xIMScmp0
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) February 18, 2017
Considering the messenger, it’s hard to take that seriously, isn’t it?
Kind of funny coming from one of the key contributors to fake news https://t.co/iLtI0ioJY7
— Amy (@AmyOtto8) February 18, 2017
Pro tip from Dan Rather: push entirely false stories about sitting presidents and refuse to admit when they are obviously disproven. https://t.co/fiTlGzX7Do
— Jeremy Biltz (@JeremyBiltz) February 18, 2017
— Ken Shepherd (@KenShepherd) February 18, 2017
— Jack in the East (@talkradio200) February 18, 2017
They all should've been doing their jobs before November 8, 2016. https://t.co/SouaZjlu5b
— Mr. Weeks (@MrDane1982) February 18, 2017
And if any journalists want to know how it’s done, they can pony up ten bucks and Dan will teach them personally.