President Trump’s tweet about social media companies taking actions to ban certain users had CNN’s Brian Stelter doing his thing:
.@brianstelter: Trump's furious reaction to Facebook's ban of some high-profile users shows us that he is, I'm sorry to say, the Infowars president. He's promoting the same alternative universe as Infowars and sharing videos from repugnant characters. https://t.co/LDDjK2BEcY pic.twitter.com/wpRVrfQvlR
— CNN (@CNN) May 5, 2019
Oh no he didn’t. Considering the source, Steven Crowder wasn’t having it:
The phrase “alternative universe” is pretty rich coming from a network that pushed
-Kavanaugh rape hoax allegations
-Russian collusion conspiracy / Fake Steele dossier
-Jussie Smollett hate hoax
-Covington HS MAGA Hat Kid Hoax https://t.co/gxVfhDoS3m
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) May 5, 2019
Self-awareness isn’t a strong suit for some at CNN. Also this:
And let us never forget the @MichaelAvenatti for president campaign ??
— C2V (@goldflash22) May 5, 2019
How many times did CNN host Michael Avenatti (on “Reliable Sources” no less)?
— Brian Pfail (@Mandano17) May 5, 2019
— Cleo Gamer (@CleoGamer81) May 6, 2019