CNN ran an entire segment on how offended witches are that Trump keeps using the phrase ‘witch hunt.’
Don’t make that face, it’s not our segment.
And you thought the segment on Trump drinking 12 Diet Cokes a day was stupid …
CNN runs a segment on how Trump's use of "witch hunt" offends witches pic.twitter.com/PSsk8ZOXkR
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 30, 2018
Oh ffs. Just when you think @cnn has hit rock bottom, they go lower.
— illiberal (@Illiberalality) December 30, 2018
It’s sort of like when someone says we’ve reached peak stupid and then Alyssa Milano tweets.
— Brian Jackson (@brianjacksonXP) December 30, 2018
Let’s not tempt fate.
— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) December 30, 2018
— Jason Schneider (@LittleGerman12) December 30, 2018
At least The Onion is occasionally funny.
Does it really matter? Didn’t Hillary capture that demographic in 2016? Pretty decisively I would guess too.
— Kim Hepola (@KHepola) December 30, 2018
Yes, Hillary had the witch vote all locked up.
So we have no better news happening in the US other than offended witches, really?
— Yvette Dix (@vetsirs) December 30, 2018
Slow news cycle. Hey, we can’t expect them to report on the poor police officer who was murdered in California by an illegal immigrant or something, right?
This is too funny, wouldn’t a witch hunt be pro witch?
— Da Bears NFC North Champions (@Northsiders1985) December 30, 2018
We were told there would be no math.
— Montgomery Granger (@mjgranger1) December 30, 2018
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) December 30, 2018
Best. Cartoon. Ever.
CNN says folks should call an apple an apple but they’re just bananas, and I don’t carrot all. pic.twitter.com/1mwSCJ0SCZ
— Razor (@hale_razor) December 30, 2018
Gold star for the Python reference.
— David Hamilton (@David_in_Dallas) December 30, 2018
The witches we're complaining. pic.twitter.com/ZEvOWqLWgF
— Ge?rge Wept (@GeorgeWept) December 30, 2018