Well this is disconcerting.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) May 1, 2017
Maybe CNN should just leave the First Amendment to the adults.
Oh and just FYI, we did read the “article” and it’s as condescending as you would expect. Their points are valid, for example being suspended on Twitter is not against your First Amendment rights, but really most people understand the difference.
Unless of course they were writing this for their Democratic/Leftist base, and in that case they should have gone a step further and used puppets and crayons.
The rest of us though – no thanks.
— FloridaCrusader (@desjax) May 1, 2017
This may well be written in the “About” section of their website.
@CNNPolitics It's written in English. Seems pretty clear.
— Phil Prange (@PhilPrange) May 1, 2017
But it’s sorta in cursive!
@CNNPolitics Fuck you, it most certainly does.
— chris larson (@phateskimo) May 1, 2017
What he said.
@CNNPolitics YOU ARE THE ENEMY
— Jay Spiegel (@JayLandLckdCrzr) May 1, 2017
Not entirely untrue.
@CNNPolitics CNN – Trying to generate hits at the expense of the First Amendment with a preemptive false equivalency for Trump's upcoming attacks on it!?
— Reynaldo Geerken (@NewYorkEsquire) May 1, 2017
And this is what they were REALLY doing, generating clickbait by exploiting the First Amendment knowing people would be outraged and click it.
Heck we even wrote about it; of course we are making fun of them but still.
@CNNPolitics Those few words are everything if you love freedom. Such a sophomoric title
— Sandy Sz (@SzakachS) May 1, 2017
Then again they are a sophomoric outlet.
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 1, 2017