So did James Woods write this epic slam on Jim Acosta like a diary entry on purpose?
We’d kinda sorta like to think he did.
Dear Jim, of course the press is not the enemy of the people. Unbiased, honest, responsible journalism is a bulwark of free society. Vain, narcissistic, biased blather is not journalism. You are, sir, are not a journalist, but you are the enema of the people. @Acosta @PressSec
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 3, 2018
BOOM went the dynamite.
Enema of the people … is that a typo? We’re going to guess it’s not.
Or we’re hoping it’s not although it could very well have been a Freudian slip.
im not sure if enema was a typo… if so its the best typo ever
— Chad Sanborn (@ChadSanborn) August 3, 2018
— kate morris (@McClaneApocalyp) August 3, 2018
Ok, we’re pretty sure he meant to say enema.
— Randy (@randy808) August 3, 2018
Wouldn’t be the first time.
I would not say 'enemy of the people'. However, most of the press does not 'report' the news these days. They give you the view from the liberal echo chambers of NYC, Boston, LA, D.C. that they reside in. Nothing less, nothing more. 95% of MSM seems unaware of own biases..Sad
— Bret Jensen (@bret_jensen) August 3, 2018
But would you call them the ENEMA of the people?
He’s just incompetent… and rude …. ignorant…. discourteous…. etc etc etc
— George Briden (@gebr71) August 3, 2018
Noticing they did not call him an enema.
Yes, yes we are childish.
I see what you did there!
— Terry the Deplorable (@IronButtAllan) August 3, 2018
We did too.
— domnogin (@domnogin) August 3, 2018
In more ways than one.