Last night on Stephen Colbert’s show, Brooke “Don’t-You-Dare-Say-Boobs” Baldwin discussed her brave crusade to curb conservatives’ use of “the M-word”:
"I don’t want to be the word police… but I also believe in calling out talking points. And to hear him bring that up, I had to say something," @BrookeBCNN told Colbert. #LSSC #CNN pic.twitter.com/RIthEuaVGs
— Joseph A. Wulfsohn (@JosephWulfsohn) October 17, 2018
She had to say something, you guys.
— The System (@Bet_Football_) October 17, 2018
Lol okay Brooke. pic.twitter.com/eIOn1EVtYD
— Aaron Wagner (@AaronWagner_) October 17, 2018
Matt Lewis, who bore the brunt of Brooke Baldwin’s “M-word” finger-wagging, pushed back against Baldwin’s spin:
With all due respect, I don’t do ‘talking points.’ https://t.co/m9gZgDrlFW
— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) October 17, 2018
You know who does do talking points, though? Brooke Baldwin:
Brooke Baldwin believes in calling out talking points? ? https://t.co/WEZB1vdp9F
— Jimmy (@JimmyPrinceton) October 17, 2018
Baldwin not only let her guests power through their power-throughs, but she thanked them for it.
So if she "believes in calling out talking points" so strongly, why is it that she never calls out @TheDemocrats talking points & instead asserts & follows them religiously?
— Deadicated (@deathd0tcom) October 17, 2018
Because Baldwin’s problem isn’t “talking points,” per se. But rather, which side is making them.
I don't want to be the word police but I do think it's important to police words I don't like. https://t.co/vnR8Ql2aMM
— Kira (@RealKiraDavis) October 17, 2018
Call out the talking points? Like @BrookeBCNN saying nothing as kids called republicans child murderers or that Brett is a rapist
Imagine believing you're some heroic gatekeeper of truth when in reality you are nothing but a proven hypocrite and liar https://t.co/HFPLZ3ZAZo
— Mujahed (@kebejay) October 17, 2018