Jake Tapper seems upset that Broward County isn’t more concerned about their ‘horrific screw-ups and incompetence’ …
Wish certain officials in Broward County were even half as concerned about their horrific screw-ups and incompetence as they seem to be about hiding it from the public. https://t.co/4eVYRJ5DlI
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) August 16, 2018
Did he forget he works for CNN? The very outlet that allowed the Broward County Sheriff to blame Marco Rubio, Dana Loesch, and the NRA very publicly after the shooting on a Town Hall? They basically gave Broward County a platform to hide their screw-ups and incompetence from the public and NOW he’s complaining?
What a stunning lack of self-awareness, Jake from State Farm.
Wish you were too
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) August 16, 2018
Time for another townhall?
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) August 16, 2018
Oh please, please. Unreal. Go get some air Jake.
— Georgia Satellite (@Geo_Satellite) August 16, 2018
— (((❌Scottergate❌))) (@Scottergate) August 16, 2018
Kind of like that, yup.
So when are you apologizing to @DLoesch for that horrific town hall?
— Untraceable Mark 🥓🥓 (@mcasil2016) August 16, 2018
Come on, Jake. You spent 5 months blaming the NRA. You ignored the buffoons at the local, state and federal level in law enforcement and elsewhere who permitted this massacre to occur. TLTL
— Obnoxious Boston Fan (@realOBF) August 16, 2018
Part of that fault was your network trying to write the narrative with your stories and fake townhall. Do better.
— Francesca 🍷 (@TheFrancescaF) August 16, 2018
I wish your “news” network didn’t have a political rally under the guise of a town hall discussion after a school shooting tragedy…
— Mr. Stubborn (@obdurate_one) August 16, 2018
Um Jake, Don't you remember, during your townhall, you helped them blame a civil rights organization?
— William Keane (@largebill68) August 16, 2018
Seems he forgot that nugget.
You gave leftists a nationally televised platform to accuse Sen Rubio and the NRA for the murders.
— That Guy (@AlaskaNorseman) August 16, 2018
Seems you and @cnn gave them the push they needed to think this is acceptable behavior.
— Ben ⚡️ (@BenENewton) August 16, 2018
Hey, maybe his tweet means CNN will have another Town Hall and hold Broward County accountable?
HA HA HA HA … oh, our sides.