Poor Brian, he seems upset to have been included as clipart for the media elite in a story from The Daily Caller.
I'll ask my "ordinary white people" family how they feel about me showing up as the clip art for this story… https://t.co/5lJHm5I9tu
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 8, 2017
Wanna see the ‘clipart’ that made him fussy?
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 8, 2017
Hey, you’d think an elitist like Brian would be happy he wasn’t included in the ‘ordinary white people’ picture. Sorry if the truth hurts, but most of America is pretty sick and tired of the media, and the elitists who talk down to them daily.
Hey, at least he’s smiling in his picture, right?
Look at the nasty mug on that fake news guy. Bought and paid for by the left. Not going to work with the people. We're on to u #fakenews
— Zaviki (@tzaviki) August 8, 2017
that news guy has that face you just want to slap.
— Ira Blacker (@blacker_ira) August 8, 2017
No wonder Brian was so fussy.
Of course others weren’t so happy with The Daily Caller’s choice for picturing ‘ordinary white people’ either:
Your picture on the right aims to represent white people as poor hicks, so you're just as biased as media elites you write about.
— Ice Queen Freya (@FreyaOnFire) August 8, 2017
So only non-college educated, rural conservatives are "ordinary white people"? Stereotype much?
— jazzmankyle (@jazzmankyle) August 8, 2017
Sheesh, everyone’s a critic these days.
Full disclosure, we laughed.