Here’s the thing, NYT, The Atlantic, MSNBC, Washington Post … none of you have a LEG TO STAND ON when it comes to fake news because since President Trump was elected you’ve been RIDICULOUS. Even worse than before the election.
Look at the fools on social media having a freakin’ poptart-fest over Kellyanne Conway misspeaking on Bowling Green.
In a weird way it’s like Christmas for them.
NYT has big article on fake news today. All about Kellyanne Conway gaffe on Bowling Green. Nothing about these–> https://t.co/rrc77LXlKJ
— Brit Hume (@brithume) February 6, 2017
NYT writes about fake news, forgets to look in the mirror. Shocking.
Via The Federalist:
Whenever you turn on a news station, visit a news website, or check in on a journalist or media personality on Twitter or Facebook, there is an excellent chance you will be exposed to fake news. It is rapidly becoming an accepted part of the way the American media are run.
@brithume Of course they did.
To be honest, I confused Chattanooga w/ Bowling Green (maybe because prior admin discounted both)
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) February 6, 2017
It’s been difficult to decide what’s real and what’s not for years, it’s just gotten more obnoxious with a Republican in the White House.
— RJ Speedwell (@j_cantwellbc) February 6, 2017
Absolutely fair (ha!) point.
Some fakes stories included in the original article (read full story):
- Spike in Transgender Suicide Rates – FAKE
- Tri-State Election Hacking Conspiracy- FAKE
- Nancy Sinatra’s “complaints” about Inaugural Ball – FAKE
- Non-existent Climate Change Website Purge – FAKE
- MLK Jr. Bust -FAKE
- Resignations at State Department -FAKE
But HEY EVERYBODY, Kellyanne made a mistake. Let’s blast her!
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