Man. Is Slate on a roll today or what? First they want to ditch the Supreme Court and that dusty old Constitution, and now they’re flipping out over the remake of “A Star is Born” because it’s “deeply conservative” or something.
— Slate (@Slate) October 12, 2018
The most sizzling of all the takes
— Dave Gray (@docgray81) October 12, 2018
Did someone say, hot take? pic.twitter.com/CSIqugqF36
— Kyle (@togvrak) October 12, 2018
Oh, we can’t wait to support for this argument. But it looks like we’ll have to, because Slate’s Sam Adams completely fails to present any.
That’s pretty much it, yeah.
The piece fails to make the case that the movie is 'damaging' or 'deeply conservative'. Sensational click baity heading.. Do better @Slate editors.
— LiberalTalkingPoints (@LiberalTalknPts) October 12, 2018
A great way to identify a garbage take is that all you need to do is reiterate a part of it for people to know it's garbage.
— Skeletaster 🐉🎲🐺 (@neontaster) October 12, 2018
Excellent pro tip, @neontaster.
— Tariq Nasheed jr 🌐 (@TariqqnasheedJr) October 12, 2018
I found it severely conservative, if you want to know. https://t.co/IiilY17pO8
— Beto O'Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) October 12, 2018
you guys are cute when you're angry
— Gigi Levangie, etc. (@GigiLevangie) October 12, 2018
Well, maybe not “cute,” per se. But amusing, at the very least.
Stop turning everything into a proxy for your political anxieties. https://t.co/XWixPVNKWP
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) October 12, 2018
But then what would they do with their time? Journalism? Please!