Poor Andrew Kaczynski. Ever since that stunt where he allegedly threatened to expose some guy for making a gif of Trump and CNN he’s had a really hard time getting people to take him seriously.
But then again, he works for CNN so it’s not like we ever really took him all that seriously anyway.
Now he seems to think that Elon Musk is saying the things he has about the media because he just doesn’t understand how media works, and he wants Elon to shadow a reporter from Washington Post, the New York Times, or CNN.
I honestly think it would be worthwhile for @elonmusk to actually shadow a reporter at WaPo, NYT, CNN etc. on a story to see how the process is done because he would understand the process better and perhaps trust journalists more. Not a quick thing. https://t.co/BgDVqCUBH3
— andrew kaczynski? (@KFILE) May 27, 2018
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA.
Oh, our sides.
Because nothing screams journalism like doxxing a rando for making a gif.
“Hey Chris what are you working On?”
“Well I’m trying to use this gif making software to make a gif of Trump for a sweet tweet I want to send.”
“That’s great, Chris.”
“Hey speaking of gifs Elon, did you hear the story of us and HanSoloAsshole?” https://t.co/aCJtbYDbgu
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) May 27, 2018
“Trust the process, Elon.” He said while submitting his story about cockroach milk
— Sam (@Sam_5thEstate) May 27, 2018
CNN did this to themselves.
People who talk to press regularly find themselves misquoted and taken out of context repeatedly. They don’t need to go on a tour to know that it happens and that often there is no good faith effort to clean up when it does.
— Byron Sebastian (@sebastian_byron) May 27, 2018
How many corrections and retractions have we seen in the traditional media recently so they could be the first to dunk on Trump or the Republicans?
Or he could buy @cnn,turn it back into news again instead of tabloid gossip
— ??????? ?? ?? ?? (@marissanovetsky) May 27, 2018
That’s a great idea.
You guys are so full of yourselves. Journalists like you are why I'm glad I no longer work in a news room. You believe nothing but your own delusions of grandeur. Your importance is completely dependent on your impartiality and not a single MSM journalist as a shred of that today
— Sal Of The Earth? (@11SBiase) May 27, 2018
Sorry, not sorry.
— Meow, Or Scratch? (@genell) May 27, 2018
— Mokely (@M0kley) May 27, 2018
Awww, good times.
coming from the "journalist" thay doxed a kid for an online video… pic.twitter.com/6Uw2A1hcql
— Mokely (@M0kley) May 27, 2018
But don’t say that out loud, it will bet you blocked and complained about endlessly for hours.
Not that this editor knows that from experience or anything.
It would help if the media would actually call a lie a lie, stop the false equivalence and bothsiderism, and stop letting the viewer or reader "decide for themselves". This is what got you into this mess. In short be better.
— Benedicto Rodriguez (@TheRealBenRod1) May 27, 2018
Andrew you are in denial. You put too much stock in unnamed sources supposedly "close to the WH". Does that mean they stood outside the fence near the WH?
— ?Worldly?️Grandma? (@COPatriot269) May 27, 2018
An unnamed source close to Andrew tells us he already regrets this tweet.
See how that works?
Look inward. For once.
— Colly Wolly (@colly_wolly) May 27, 2018
Right, good luck with THAT.