CNN’s dump of their latest huge pile of “fake news” is just the latest example of media malpractice. Greta Van Susteren sees it all as out of control:
Again? In just a few days it has been ABC,and Reuters..and now this! (from @axios ) If we in the media are going to fight the criticism of fake news, we have to stop these mistakes. These hurt everyone in the news business. Where is news management ? pic.twitter.com/cHoXGqNzcG
— Greta Van Susteren (@greta) December 8, 2017
Once again many overzealous journalists jumped the gun on this story. https://t.co/MgbHI7vCVN
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) December 8, 2017
Greta, at what point do we stop calling these "mistakes" and look at the trend and determine that these are not just innocent mistakes but intended to mislead people.
— An Approved Workman (@WorkmanApproved) December 8, 2017
Well News management is too busy installing buttons under desks for guys like Matt Lauer https://t.co/njsA6sHMMe
— Kayla Martz (@Kayluvsredwings) December 8, 2017
The anti-Trump hate fest by the media overwhelms all sense of responsibility again and again. They have no shame and less and less credibility with the public. When will they learn. https://t.co/qaQyVOLx7T
— T Lee Humphrey (@tleehumphrey) December 8, 2017
The problem is, these are no honest mistakes.
— Michael Podevyn (@Mickiflodi) December 8, 2017