We sometimes wonder if Brian Stelter deliberately tweets this stuff so people will troll him. It’s not entirely uncommon for someone so desperate for attention, any sort of attention, to tweet things he or she knows will get people to respond.
Imagine if American politicians were still talking about McCain's loss to Obama in the summer of 2010.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) July 16, 2018
Gosh, we can’t figure out why people keep talking about Hillary and her EMBARRASSING loss to one of the most unpopular GOP candidates in the history of the party.
Imagine if McCain never shut up about it.
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) July 16, 2018
Oh yeah, that could be it
— Firecracker Jack (@cantrellr) July 16, 2018
Aren't you supposed to be sticking to CNN Gossip Girl topics?
— Super Elite Rookie San (@Rookie_San) July 16, 2018
This is sorta like that.
It's almost as if they pay you to say dumb things.
— Antonio Martinez (@djtechchicago) July 16, 2018
And talk about job security working at CNN.
Hell, YOU are talking about it in 2018.
— Cornbread (@JerOHMee) July 16, 2018
The irony, right?
Imagine if CNN was still talking about a story that McCain's team fabricated after losing a year later, which CNN's own talking heads confessed was a "nothing burger". 😃
— Joe MacKinnon (@JTMacKinnon) July 16, 2018
McCain took responsibility for the loss he didn’t go around blaming everyone else
— Michael (@MichaelCraig18A) July 16, 2018
Wait, you mean McCain wasn’t claiming white men who voted for Obama were to blame for his loss?
He didn’t blame sexism?
— Corn (@marshall_adams) July 16, 2018
Imagine being unbelievably obtuse, oh wait.
— Timothy Forkl (@TheTimothyForkl) July 16, 2018
Population you, Bri.