Brit Hume summed up the ESPN/Robert Lee nonsense and the way the mainstream media have been covering them over the past few days (especially CNN). Especially after ESPN released an ‘internal memo’ president John Skipper.
I wonder if anyone noticed how totally the second paragraph contradicts the first. https://t.co/yUz2TMJrux
— Brit Hume (@brithume) August 24, 2017
Brit is responding to this from Stelter:
New: internal memo from ESPN prez John Skipper about the Robert Lee decision pic.twitter.com/3yFk4hbDRb
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 24, 2017
Psh, reading is so overrated and stuff.
That's the democrat's platform, contradiction.
— Mike Mason (@MikeMason830) August 24, 2017
Spin spin spin.
— MrsBossyBritches (@LBroussard3) August 24, 2017
This may be actual footage from inside ESPN and CNN.
Complaining about having 'fake news' being reported against them? Oh the irony. Why so defensive ESPN? Not cool when it's on the other foot.
— Tim Bussey (@TimBussey2) August 24, 2017
ESPN just wants everyone to stop making an issue of what they made an issue of … or something like that.
"There was never any concern-by anyone"
"Among our Charlotte production staff there was a question…"
How r people not seeing this?
— RobertNJD (@Robert_NJD) August 24, 2017
Derp. Derp everywhere.
The whole thing is ridiculous. In attempting to "spare" him, they've done the opposite.
— Paula K (@shadowop) August 24, 2017
Yup, they’ve embarrassed him and themselves.
Reminds me of a drunk's statement at a traffic stop
— Traveler (@compandsquare) August 24, 2017
Which could honestly sum up most everything we hear and read from the mainstream media these days.