If liberal media outlets want to cheer Atlantic editor Jeffrey Goldberg’s decision to fire Kevin Williamson over his controversial statements on abortion, they could at do so honestly. But Slate can’t even manage that:
— Slate (@Slate) April 5, 2018
Because who has time for context, right?
Even if you agree with Williamson's firing, this headline is downright deceptive https://t.co/TmRYwPlZ4z
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) April 5, 2018
— Petrus Damianus (@StPeterDamian1) April 5, 2018
This is an awful headline
— Carla Mercedes-Benzbrown (@2theLeff) April 5, 2018
This headline is so dang misleading/deceptive, @Slate. I feel I should expect better from newspeople.
— Actually Satan. (@LeFauxLucifer) April 5, 2018
There’s your problem: You shouldn’t expect better from Slate.
Sick headline you hacks.
— No Filter Network (@NoFilterNet) April 5, 2018
This is an utterly dishonest headline, you should be ashamed.
— Gary Collard (@LakerGMC) April 5, 2018