CNN, which routinely reported anything Rep. Adam Schiff said without noting he “provides no evidence,” suddenly felt the urge to add that to a tweet about Attorney General Bill Barr:
Attorney General William Barr says spying on Trump campaign "did occur," but provides no evidence https://t.co/MDLXNqD4A3
— CNN (@CNN) April 10, 2019
THIS. Is CNN.
– @CNN spent the last two years 24x7x365 claiming Russian collusion, but provided no evidence.
— Steve Goddard (@SteveSGoddard) April 11, 2019
— kathy B (@katidid7) April 11, 2019
— Christie (@RepRepublic) April 11, 2019
Because of “journalism” and all that.
@cnn how disingenuous can you possibly get?? Are you kidding me with this headline?? Barr (DOJ) is in the middle of investigating the entire genesis of the fraudulent "Russia Hoax" launched by the prior admin and Comey's FBI. He is not going to publicize any of those details. https://t.co/QUUSTZZFV1
— Alan J Collier (@jeff_collier13) April 11, 2019
So you want evidence now after spreading false news for almost 3 yrs.
Your news skills suck
No wonder your ratings have dropped like a rock https://t.co/WEm03QcTxm
— Cowboy6988 (@Cowboy69881) April 11, 2019
— William Colvard (@WilliamColvard) April 10, 2019
But that’s not stopping Dems like Sen. Blumenthal from passing along CNN’s reporting without seeing the glaring irony:
AG Barr must retract his unfounded, irresponsible claim that American law enforcement ‘spied’ on the Trump Campaign. The only spies interfering in the 2016 campaign were Russian ones. https://t.co/1sjjeX2w6W
— Richard Blumenthal (@SenBlumenthal) April 10, 2019
If all media outlets would stick to the original narrative without question like CNN, Blumenthal would really appreciate it.