As you’re probably well aware, Fox News owns the cable news ratings while CNN continues to nip at the heels of the Hallmark Channel. Fox News’ ratings sure can’t be hurt by all the people at CNN who obviously watch obsessively, and Chris Cillizza has demonstrated that yet again with this self-unawareness offering:
"There are ratings in partisanship — so Fox News engages in partisanship. But even partisanship should have its limits. And one of those limits should be raising entirely unfounded questions about a presidential candidate's health," writes @CillizzaCNN https://t.co/201R9S4S5T
— CNN (@CNN) June 10, 2019
— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) June 11, 2019
Cillizza’s slamming Fox News’ “partisanship”? The ratio in progress calls for this obligatory gif:
— Carl Gustav (@CaptYonah) June 11, 2019
Does anybody at CNN ever watch CNN?
This story is loaded with chutzpa.
— RG (@RAGarcia1492) June 11, 2019
And then some!
You're too funny. CNN the mouth of the Democrat party.
— John Costagliola (@Jcostoak) June 11, 2019
A little self-awareness goes a long way. How long ago did they suggest Trump was mentally unfit to govern? https://t.co/rcnw24ko3n
— RJ Haskin (@RJHaskin3) June 11, 2019
Yet you constantly raise questions about the current President's mental health. Things that make ya go "hmmmm." https://t.co/aUGNGhSX4J
— Terry O' (@IrishTea1) June 11, 2019
This is rich coming from @CNN
One should not throw stones in a glass house.
— Lief Erikson (@chachiInTexas) June 11, 2019
Just how rich? Well, very:
— Charles Signorile (@CharlieSigs) June 11, 2019
— Ze311 (@deplorabl3_me) June 11, 2019
— Humble Talent (@AHumbleTalent) June 11, 2019
CNN’s logo should be in the dictionary under the definition of “projection.”
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