As Twitchy told you, a man driving a van mowed down pedestrians on a Toronto sidewalk, killing at least nine and injuring many more. The suspect also pointed an object, possibly a gun, at police before being taken into custody. Authorities are reportedly considering this a terrorist attack.
And here’s how CBS News is framing it:
— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 23, 2018
A what, now?
Hit and Run…?
— TXgirlinAZ (@dallasgirlinphx) April 23, 2018
Hit and run?
— @ (@ironworkerNYC) April 23, 2018
Hit and run? LMAO https://t.co/Q9yFFMIzVF
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) April 23, 2018
Hit and run??? Really?
— Kelly Mooney (@mooneymama1) April 23, 2018
A hit and run? Are you serious?
— Right Ryano?????? (@rightryano) April 23, 2018
Hit and run??? Serious???
— Dannhl (@dannhl) April 23, 2018
Hit and run? Wtf. ?♀️
— ColoradoRefugee (@MaryMcC42557584) April 23, 2018
Hit and run? You think we are stupid?
— Follow the Money (@iKurt307) April 23, 2018
It was not a "hit & run" ffs.
— Heather (@nottodaysatan17) April 23, 2018
A hit and run is an accident. This was intentional. Whoever runs your social media needs a lesson in tact.
— Emily (@ECNole97) April 23, 2018
“Hit and run” that’s killed at least 5 people already.
— masonshmason (@masonbecnel4) April 23, 2018
There's a difference between "hit and run" and "hit, back up, hit again and flee".
— Shane Finch (@FinchHawkeye) April 23, 2018
CBS thinks terrorism is the same as a hit and run.
— BobbyMcChicken (@gaboon82) April 23, 2018
It's not hit n run when you mow down people for almost a mile according to the man who followed him. It's called terrorism.
— Sharon Eckman (@SharonEckman2) April 23, 2018
Why can’t you just call it what it is, CBS? Isn’t that your job? Reporting the news?
Your characterization of this as a hit-and-run is a perfect example of why so many people hate the MSM.
— Metalcutter (@planned_havoc) April 23, 2018