So Brian Stelter wants to know if President Trump’s tweet, which contained a video of him body-slamming CNN WWE-style, violated one of Twitter’s policies.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) July 2, 2017
The problem for Stelter is that hardly anyone has an appetite to hear his nonsense right now.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) July 2, 2017
— Matt Murphy (@mattmurphyshow) July 2, 2017
What Stelter and many others don’t seem to understand is that responses like this remind people why they distrust and dislike the news media so passionately.
A Media outlet trying to ban the President from talking directly to the people so we have to use them as a gatekeeper.
This is CNN https://t.co/SSqXeu6HEK
— Lee Doren (@LDoren) July 2, 2017
Everything this guy says and quotes is agendized crap.. https://t.co/KTeeylriwD
— WhoNu (@Ahimsika) July 2, 2017
This is why everyone hates you and your profession. https://t.co/iRTMwb0taV
— Ashley Rae (@Communism_Kills) July 2, 2017
No, WWE isn't real. If anything, CNN violates twitter terms by continuing to operate under the guise of "news" when it's in fact propaganda. https://t.co/ekI3HD3gPw
— Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) July 2, 2017
The hot takes are worse than the tweet itself. https://t.co/EpDD8U3n3b
— Indy 08 (@CNN_Lies) July 2, 2017
They just can’t help themselves.