We’ll go ahead and call it: This is the big scoop of the day:
— The Hill (@thehill) August 11, 2018
Wait, is there yet another parody site out there?
— ConservativeLA (@ConservativeLA) August 11, 2018
The two are now almost indistinguishable.
And also that should be “illegal immigration” but it’s nice of the media to help Dems conflate the two.
@thehill objected to criticism of the press before publishing this astonishingly stupid/obtuse observation by one of its staff writers.
— PhilipTerzian (@PhilipTerzian) August 11, 2018
And they wonder why the get labeled “fake news”.
1. This headline is clickbait & irresponsible.
2. Where Sessions dined is irrelevant to anything.
3. Sessions never opposed Mexican legal immigration.
4. Your own article cites Session’s call to reduce illegal immigrant crime. pic.twitter.com/TgUK55BE7l
— The Right Wing M ?? (@TheRightWingM) August 11, 2018
If you're asking what one thing has to do with the other, you're too smart to work at The Hill. https://t.co/jGk6I61IqN
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 11, 2018
That’s some hard hitting, investigative journalism right there.
— Dirty Weasel Media (@thedirtyweasel) August 11, 2018
Somebody give this journalist a Pulitzer https://t.co/Qr0gmOdhtk
— Michael Ihle (@DelegateIhle) August 11, 2018
Our media is packed with brave truth-telling heroes. https://t.co/4wQH7TIr2J
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) August 11, 2018
Unless that restaurant was owned by illegal immigrants o don't see the problem
— Not The Girl Next Door (@nt_d_grlnxtdoor) August 11, 2018
How would that headline be any different if it were written by a DNC official?