ABC News tweeted out a video that has prompted some responses along the lines of this:
A serious media company uses such a title?!
— Nera (@neracloud) May 30, 2022
The key words there are “serious news company.” Are there very many left?
And with that, here’s ABC News’ tweet about a very expensive yacht fire near the English coastline:
— ABC News (@ABC) May 30, 2022
Wow, somebody doesn’t seem to like expensive yachts or those who own them.
Am I to infer from this ABC News tweet that they want this boat to burn? Am I misreading this? https://t.co/tFG2tYFBzy
— Mike LaChance (@MikeLaChance33) May 30, 2022
The tweet does sound like something Bernie Sanders or maybe Robert Reich wrote.
— A. Goldberg (@goldberg_io) May 30, 2022
That boat is obviously not owned by anybody at the top of the chain at ABC News.
Comrade intern working the socials for the holiday https://t.co/jsGlHuodmO
— James Mackinnon (@JAMackinn) May 30, 2022
More info on the fire:
A yacht worth some $7.6 million was engulfed in flames on Saturday while moored in a UK port.
The ship prompted a large emergency response in the town of Torquay on England’s southern coast.
Dramatic photos posted to social media showed the 85ft ship ablaze.
The ship appears to be a Princess Y85, an eight-person ship with two engines and luxury fittings.
A witness, Grace Kedzior-MacDonough, told Insider that the yacht caught fire around midday.
“We saw black smoke so everyone started to crowd around,” she said.
ABC News: BURN BABY BURN!