Try not to be too surprised when you read this:
BREAKING: Govt. debt & budget deficits set to spiral higher in coming 30 years if current patterns hold, CBO says https://t.co/GoHYEa9swB
— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) March 30, 2017
SHOCKER! Well, not really.
BREAKING: American Media now interested in debt and deficits after eight years of silence https://t.co/i0qhqhPNci
— Rick (@StrokesofCandor) March 30, 2017
New here? https://t.co/knXduT1jbk
— Adlai Deisler (@Mr_Deisler) March 30, 2017
BREAKING: Still headed toward the cliff we've been headed toward for years. https://t.co/71cNofhmkj
— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) March 30, 2017
That “BREAKING” news got the dubious “Captain Obvious” distinction:
— Andrew J Ash (@AndrewJAsh) March 30, 2017
— Simple Kind of Man (@WazzuDave87) March 30, 2017
@CNBCnow Breaking News? Really? This was breaking news 40 years ago.
— BlameMe,IVotedGary (@colorblindk1d) March 30, 2017
CNBC reports on govt debt after taking a break from it 2009 – 2016 https://t.co/xnhuei8h1j
— Steve (@Steve_Stuck) March 30, 2017
Not breaking news. You're about 20 years late on this news. Since Trump is now in office you feel that you need to tell people? https://t.co/rYZ1Q2G8iL
— Amber Powell (@Ambreezys) March 30, 2017
CNBC out with a major bombshell today, guys. Debt & deficits are high & going to increase. Woah. Seriously tho, where the fuck you been? https://t.co/ao7jqJKFsJ
— Mike Bruno (@SenatorBruno) March 30, 2017
— Andrew Lord (@lordandrew1) March 30, 2017
@CNBCnow Where the eff have you been? Debt has gone up 10 T dollars in the last 8 years.
— Mike (@JustABostonFan) March 30, 2017
The mainstream media is back on the job!