Because you know, people aren’t panicked enough already.
CNN is gonna CNN.
New: There are active discussions within the Trump administration to encourage a possible “curfew” across the nation in which non-essential businesses would have to close by a certain time each night. – @CNN reporting
— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) March 16, 2020
Notice he doesn’t mention a source …
Which is probably why Special Assistant to Trump, Judd Deere ‘corrected’ him:
This is not true! https://t.co/xhdtRUsOa9
— Judd Deere (@JuddPDeere45) March 16, 2020
We can’t help but notice the disparity in numbers between the original scare-tactic tweet and the real information tweet.
Gotta love Twitter.
And CNN wonders why we call them fake news.
We know. The @CNN reporting tagline made it obvious.
— Retirement Home For Senior Wieners ? (@senior_wiener) March 16, 2020
Whenever I see '@CNN reporting', I know to ignore it.
— Stosh126 (@stosh126) March 16, 2020
Their reputation precedes them.
— Beyond My Wuhan ¯_(ツ)_/¯ ? (@OverpaidA) March 16, 2020
Why do you keep NOT telling the truth!?
— cr (@propatriots) March 16, 2020
Because CNN, duh.
Not true. You guys have to be doing this on purpose at this point. Just trying to crash the economy.
— Bonchie (@bonchieredstate) March 16, 2020
Holy hell you derps from CNN truly are trying to lie your faces off aren't ya ??
— The Rabid Cat (@battlecat847) March 16, 2020
— Miguel de León (@xchixm) March 16, 2020
From their backsides.