Something helpful has been spotted:
When anyone tells you that media bias is a conservative fantasy, send them this headline. https://t.co/g6DXAx0CJS
— The Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) May 31, 2018
Fact check: TRUE:
Samantha Bee has a message for Ivanka Trump. https://t.co/FlCUmUzxtz
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) May 31, 2018
Really, USA Today?
I assume you'll post a similar article when someone calls Chelsea a feckless c*nt.
Hahaha no, we both know you'll never do such a thing. I hope you enjoy the dragging that you so richly deserve and will absolutely receive.
— Physics Geek (@physicsgeek) May 31, 2018
And USA Today said Bee’s “message” for Trump was “do something,” not the vulgar insult from the same rant, which the paper listed as “[expletive].”
— Christie (@RepRepublic) May 31, 2018
Where "message" is a euphemism for calling someone a feckless c*** https://t.co/e4xiJHNH5Z
— Izzy Ortega (@IzzyOrtega) May 31, 2018
I took a screenshot so later, when you’re sufficiently dragged for this offensively benign headline, there will be a record.
Not that you’ll feel shame. That would require a conscience. Just for the public record. pic.twitter.com/DtIGOAMW8t
— #SpyGate??♂️ Annie (@bloodless_coup) May 31, 2018
USA Today really needs to take a chainsaw bayonet to that headline.