There’s a new initiative that’s catching on all around the nation, at least according to ABC News:
There's a national push for voters to elect the U.S. vice president separately from the president. https://t.co/dOM0x7Lm1d
— ABC News (@ABC) May 6, 2019
A “national push”? Is that so?
Anyone else hear about this? I sure as hell haven't. https://t.co/pvmnUdnFFF
— J.A. Berry (@berrylandowner) May 6, 2019
Never heard of a national push for this. https://t.co/IVKJA391nY
— Harthy (@Hoo_Harthy_Hoo) May 6, 2019
Maybe that’s because ABC News’ story is based entirely on one group:
"national push" = a Twitter account with 234 followers https://t.co/Hyt279lBVA
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) May 6, 2019
Yea, it’s really taking the country by storm pic.twitter.com/HcNThCD3jt
— HAM (@ZXBERS) May 6, 2019
It depends on what your definition of “national push” is.
"National push," yet LITERALLY this single tweet from ABC News is the first and only time I've heard it mentioned.
— Matt from Queensbury (@MattTheKing) May 6, 2019
More fake news from the bias media
— Kell♪?♞ (@rodeo3636) May 6, 2019
— Tejas Conservative (@TXGaryM) May 6, 2019
Another Pulitzer-worthy story from the mainstream media.