Many in the mainstream media get offended by President Trump and others referring to them as the “fake news media” with a pro-Dem bias, and Dan Rather is one of them. Rather’s latest attempt to prove Trump and others wrong sounds like it could have come straight from Stacey Abrams’ office:
President Trump likes to boast how popular he is, and the GOP says the same thing about their policies. At the same time, they seek to suppress the vote. Seems like that's a tell that the whole popularity thing isn't what they're saying it is (and they know it).
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) November 26, 2019
There he goes again.
If any one certain person knows anything about using lies to suppress a vote… https://t.co/IIr5UK9jvP
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 27, 2019
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Self-awareness takes another holiday!
Keeping illegals and dead people from voting is not suppressing the vote, you shameless hack. https://t.co/5DdhBFtp9Z
— thebradfordfile™ (@thebradfordfile) November 26, 2019
Randomly tweeting out falsehoods again Danny Boy? 🤦♂️🙄🤷♂️
— Troy Kuhn (@Tachyon362) November 27, 2019
Please do define “suppress the vote”…and “well, they said it during the Dem debate the other night” is NOT the answer. #DisgracedNewsAnchorSaysWhat
— Dave Heltebran (@daveheltebran) November 26, 2019
— Doug Sheridan (@dougsheridan) November 27, 2019
Maybe Rather can explain further the next time he’s going for another irony record by appearing on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.”