Twitter’s Jack Dorsey recently asked for some help from journalists:
Accounts like Jones' can often sensationalize issues and spread unsubstantiated rumors, so it’s critical journalists document, validate, and refute such information directly so people can form their own opinions. This is what serves the public conversation best.
— jack (@jack) August 8, 2018
The New York Times’ national political correspondent and CNN analyst Alex Burns’ response included this:
how do you land one of these gigs where you get an enormous amount of money and power while deflecting responsibility onto other peoplehttps://t.co/WTY0sg1vmY
— Alex Burns (@alexburnsNYT) August 8, 2018
— Ginny Fidler (@KathyMschotschi) August 8, 2018
Ask your colleague Sarah Jeong. https://t.co/uOLHbDDGqC
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) August 8, 2018
— JC (@EternalQuest27) August 8, 2018
— Matt (@gardebien) August 8, 2018
Did you mean to tweet @sarahjeong ?
— Brandon Saario (@SaarioBrandon) August 8, 2018
Speaking of making money while “deflecting responsibility” onto other people, remember this?
Help the @NYTimes read through Sarah Palin's emails. About 24,000 of them, in fact. http://mbist.ro/l8cBmF
— FishbowlNY (@FishbowlNY) June 9, 2011