This week GOP Sen. Josh Hawley said he would object to the certification of the Electoral College vote next week. CNN’s Jake Tapper also noted that Hawley was teaming up with “election conspiracy theorists”:
Hawley fundraising off his upcoming stunt to join with the election conspiracy theorists pic.twitter.com/vBQ3zdRrLK
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) December 31, 2020
Somebody from CNN trying to criticize “election conspiracy theorists” is as rich as it gets.
Don’t remember any outrage when every Democrat was fundraising off Russia conspiracy stories fueled by CNN https://t.co/Vub4u2mn1O
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) December 31, 2020
And CNN hosts were more than happy to give them a platform on their network!
Pushed Russia collusion hoax for four years.
Accuses others of being conspiracy theorists. https://t.co/BQz04BCTEs
— Mike LaChance (@MikeLaChance33) December 31, 2020
You are literally the guy who started the peepee dossier conspiracy theory https://t.co/LRgdwS9C1T
— Jack Posobiec ?? (@JackPosobiec) December 31, 2020
Don't you have more fake Russian dossiers and pee tape to talk about?
— Physics Geek (@physicsgeek) December 31, 2020
Tapper sounds jealous as usual.
— Sally Eastman (@sallyeastman1) December 31, 2020
"You pushed a national security lie about Russia for 4 years to attract eyeballs to your show to enrich yourself, your bosses, and big corporate advertisers. Sit down."
— Luciano Andrade (@Luciandrade) December 31, 2020
Says the Russia hoaxer that had lyin’ Schiff on every night. pic.twitter.com/rAs19glrw3
— lisa (@LisaMAGAKAG) December 31, 2020
When it comes to entertaining “election conspiracy theorists,” CNN should really sit this one out (not that they’re self-aware enough to do so).
For two years, @CNN eagerly offered itself as a platform for Adam Schiff and James Clapper to claim there was "significant evidence" of Russian collusion.
Now we know multiple former Obama administration officials said under oath they saw no evidence of it… including Clapper. pic.twitter.com/W1R4OhQRSP
— MediaResearchCenter (@theMRC) May 14, 2020
Additionally, did the media refer to congressional Democrats who contested the Electoral College certification after previous elections as “conspiracy theorists”?