Nasty winter weather is hitting the eastern United States, and CNN doesn’t have time to figure out if it’s an apple or a banana because they’ve got some panic buttons to push:
wtf is this chyron are you actually kidding me right now pic.twitter.com/4vzMSmKbJ3
— Dennis Mersereau (@wxdam) January 4, 2018
THIS. Is CNN.
Good job CNN run with the colder than mars a little longer. pic.twitter.com/mjHiEHoqnF
— Alan Osborne (@wooglins) January 4, 2018
— Jim McDannald (@jmcdannald) January 4, 2018
Now there’s a comparison everybody can really relate to. *Eye roll*
this storm has jumped the shark https://t.co/KVoFfze0Sw
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) January 4, 2018
Destroying the science of meteorology one chyron at a time. https://t.co/v04Vg6Djx7
— Todd Yakoubian (@KATVToddYak) January 4, 2018
CNN: The place for the hawtest meteorological takes. https://t.co/0PxUvkZPaW
— PhillyWx.com (@phillywx) January 4, 2018
— Stormchasernick (@stormchasernick) January 4, 2018
This is an apple. Some people, like us, will tell you it’s a banana, but we promise you it’s an apple. Maybe.
— Shawn Milrad (@shawnmilrad) January 4, 2018
— Matt Montgomery 💭 (@mattmo812) January 4, 2018
CNN: "Take us seriously! We report the facts in an era of sensation and misinformation! An apple is an apple!"
Also CNN: "BOMB CYCLONE winter hurricane to blind those in its path, rendering terrain deadly, worse than Mars."
— Tom Shakely (@TomShakely) January 4, 2018