CNN was spotted doing their stuff again, all while possibly continuing to wonder why they’re often called “fake news”:
This chyron is wrong. pic.twitter.com/yCgZLS5u7m
— Vince Coglianese (@TheDCVince) October 27, 2017
THIS. Is CNN.
Yes, it's wrong. According to news reports, Republicans exited long before Steele's dossier work began. https://t.co/8W4pHOGuTw
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 27, 2017
CNN’s going bananas (or are those apples?).
Why does @CNN put up false chyron? Republicans were long gone before Steel was hired by DNC/Hillary campaign to write fake Russian Dossier.
— K C Brown (@myguykb) October 27, 2017
You think they care???
— Will. Power (@KIR_bigg50) October 27, 2017
THIS IS AN APPLE DAMNIT pic.twitter.com/aVscLmXmxX
— Justin Smith (@JSmithC5I) October 27, 2017
Republicans had NOTHING to do with dossier. FBI, Clinton And DNC hired Steel and fusion GPS to write the dossier.
— Lisa Thompson (@Bucs06) October 27, 2017
They can't survive if they continue this much longer. They will soon turn on HRC and blame her for 'making them the fool'.
— AMY E JOHNSON (@AEJ58) October 27, 2017
Hey @cnn this is a banana. I thought you only deal with apples?
— Dubs (@Dubs622) October 27, 2017
Democrats like to conflate things to obscure their own culpability. https://t.co/ylu9EdOFrd
— Victor Au (@VictorAu5) October 27, 2017
Apples vs. bananas https://t.co/VMyCNh8pyM
— Hube (@ColossusRhodey) October 27, 2017
— Lauren Williams (@laurenpaige1985) October 27, 2017
CNN must have missed their own “facts first” lecture.