Today a handful of media outlets were blocked from Sean Spicer’s media gaggle, including CNN.
CNN didn’t take it too well:
— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) February 24, 2017
This is unacceptable?
Reads a little like a scorned girlfriend, does it not? And as you might expect, Twitter didn’t exactly feel sorry for the media giant … you could even say people all but mocked their pain.
— Andrew Johnson (@AndrewThinks) February 24, 2017
Emjoi for the ultimate troll.
They do sound sad.
It would definitely appear they took this personally.
It goes back much further than that; even beyond 2008, when their pony won!
— Dan Phillips (Inspired By Actual Events) (@BibChr) February 24, 2017
Even if this troubles you (and it does trouble us), keep in mind CNN and other media outlets really did this to themselves. First they became the propaganda wing of the Left, then they reported fake news to support their agenda and then they called themselves the opposition party to Trump.
What did they expect?