These are the three experts CNN featured to discuss the role of social media in “spreading hate” in the context of the shooting that occurred at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday.
Stelter, Darcy and Ioffe. You can totally trust CNN to be a source of unbiased news said no one ever. pic.twitter.com/tfV4MvaC1E
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) October 28, 2018
Given the things they have said and done over the years, can you imagine a more unqualified group of panelists to be discussing the role of social media and divisiveness?
Kind of appropriate they brought Ioffe on there to discuss social media's role in spreading hate, since she is a frequent perpetrator. https://t.co/IR23NRpxSl
— Erielle Davidson (@politicalelle) October 28, 2018
Like yesterday, when Ioffe took to Twitter to shame her “fellow American Jews” for supporting Trump before an inconvenient picture of her showed up.
AWKWARD: After shaming ‘fellow American Jews’ for supporting Trump an INCONVENIENT pic of Julia Ioffe pops up https://t.co/xofuFIGwJU
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 28, 2018
Meanwhile, Brian Stelter has just discovered that you cannot judge a Trump supporter by his shirt.
Brian Stelter discovers that you can't judge a Trump supporter by his shirt https://t.co/CtOd61MYp5
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 27, 2018
Cnn needs to be added to that social media list https://t.co/myIbTGNslJ
— Matthew weiss❌ (@Weiss1Matthew) October 28, 2018
CNN continues to further its reputation for unfair and biased coverage.