Warning: Do not handle the following hot take without the use of oven mitts.
Ready? OK, here goes:
When Reagan was shot, country rallied around, but he hadn't spent months downplaying assassins https://t.co/Co0UdG3aK9
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) October 2, 2020
What in the world is wrong with you?
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 2, 2020
I thought this was like an opinion piece but it's a news story? Just an insane way to frame this.
Other publications did stuff like "After months of downplaying Coronavirus threat…" but they didn't involve presidential assassinations. https://t.co/Mr5aL838Zw
— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) October 2, 2020
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 2, 2020
The media and satirical publications are indistinguishable these days.
The people who think this way are not going to like living in the world that they create https://t.co/Ra91gLohU9
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) October 2, 2020
These newspaper hot takes just keep getting worse. https://t.co/WlktB8IUGq
— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) October 2, 2020
Desperately unhappy people now own & operate many of our formerly great legacy media properties. For shame. https://t.co/RATQEcVgCd
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) October 2, 2020
Someone thought this tweet was a good idea.
It’s been awhile since I saw a ratio so well-deserved. https://t.co/9Gy20EA1Yc
— Virginia Kruta (@VAKruta) October 2, 2020
Jesus, just come out and say it. You're happy. You're rooting for the virus https://t.co/C2FWgbbhbd
— Gerry Callahan (@GerryCallahan) October 2, 2020
By the time all the Trump/Covid hot takes are over the one above might feel tepid.