After what everybody’s seen these last few years, it might be best to not be drinking anything when you’re reading this question from CNN as it pertains to a special they’re airing Sunday night.
Ready? OK, here it is:
— CNN (@CNN) January 30, 2021
Does CNN really want to go there? Fine.
Media needs a mirror
— LeadershipMatters (@3mdive) January 30, 2021
They most certainly do.
— 𝔈𝔪𝔊 (@Emilio1321) January 30, 2021
And it would probably be just as interesting and certainly more reality-based.
— @RealCBlu (@cblucon) January 30, 2021
So “useless conversation” it is!
Your f***ing network, that’s what. https://t.co/CppUamsezm
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) January 30, 2021
For starters, look at the media.
— sarainitaly 🇺🇸🇮🇹 (@sarainitaly) January 30, 2021
Any final shred of CNN sense of self-awareness was apparently surgically removed years ago.
Well, you played a huge part in that @CNN. Maybe a little self reflection & an apology to the American people is in order.
— I’m fine… just fine (@aMNConservative) January 30, 2021
Because of you.
— MuddPuppy (@1MuddPuppy) January 30, 2021
REALLY? Maybe CNN should look in the mirror https://t.co/VHjcUoqgiY
— JP (@huckleberry1812) January 30, 2021
Anyone got a mirror CNN can use? https://t.co/Ku5r5t2oIs
— DougieV (@DougVarnam) January 30, 2021
— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) January 30, 2021
I would start by looking in the mirror https://t.co/dy7zZFj9yV
— Tom Kelly (@THE_tomkelly) January 30, 2021
— Advisor to Future US Attorney-General Hunter Biden (@TomJefferson30) January 30, 2021
Here's a good place to start.https://t.co/qKlcaMWFjk
— Lead and Gold (@leadandgold_cdh) January 30, 2021
CNN certainly can’t say people didn’t help try and answer their question.