CNN’s Brian Stelter has blown the lid off of a major story involving Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) tweeting that he would be praying for shooting victims and the families of those who have been killed in the United States.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 4, 2019
Stelter is CNN’s “chief media correspondent.”
just a journalist on the media beat https://t.co/LK2iIfDyhI
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 4, 2019
The media is trash…
The media is not serious https://t.co/j1uHnudGS9
— Will. Power (@KIR_bigg50) August 4, 2019
This isn’t journalism. I actually don’t know what this is…but it isn’t journalism. https://t.co/qmXTvWw6vA
— Red Dot in a Blue Dot in a Red State (@reddotinaustin) August 4, 2019
This guy who works for CNN is an activist. https://t.co/la9cNvvGeQ
— Miguel de Leon (@xchixm) August 4, 2019
God forbid you offer your prayers to victims of violence. Scumbag. https://t.co/ZZBPau2d1b
— Carson (@ApplegateCarson) August 4, 2019
CNN calls this is journalism? Mocking someone who is offering prayers and condolences to victims of a tragedy is not a good look. TrashTV https://t.co/29OSLyBADl
— ❌(((Douglas B.))) ?? (@dbrin62) August 4, 2019
What a monster. How dare he offer prayers for victims of a tragedy??
I wonder why Republicans don't want to appear on your network after these events. https://t.co/Hoe50A0LK0
— (((AG))) (@AG_Conservative) August 4, 2019
Something will have to be done, or this trend of blatant sympathy by Leader McConnell could continue.