Annnnddddd the media wonders why they are called the opposition. https://t.co/WzLExAlYor
— R.Q. Evans ?? (@associateq) March 6, 2017
The New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof is Exhibit A for why people have lost faith in the MSM:
But if you're in IRS and have a certain president's tax return that you'd like to leak, my address is: NYT, 620 Eighth Ave, NY NY 10018. https://t.co/ujYe100Tn9
— Nicholas Kristof (@NickKristof) March 6, 2017
Not only is this, you know, a crime, but think of the political implications to the country if someone at the IRS did this?
This is one of the more remarkably unhelpful suggestions to ever have issued from the New York Times — which is not a stranger to them. https://t.co/vl1SqkZv3e
— ConservativeLA (@ConservativeLA) March 6, 2017
More reaction from conservatives on Twitter:
That is a federal crime, but Okey dokey. https://t.co/3RvAIgNbDS
— Pradheep Shanker MD (@Neoavatara) March 6, 2017
I didn't like how the election came out, so please send me some presidential tax info…no big deal… https://t.co/goqgTuA0o9
— Bob McAdam (@4mcadam) March 6, 2017
— Randy Brister (@RandalBrister) March 6, 2017
— ASB (@HaleyTessIsis) March 6, 2017
How about we see your tax returns and put a lot of scrutiny if you take influence money from Soros. https://t.co/vuMQ0m1wS0
— Fistful of Doom (@fistfulofdoom) March 6, 2017
.@NickKristof So just to clarify: You're soliciting a felony, "journalist"?
— E.MAGA (@E_MAGA_) March 6, 2017
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