There’s shameless, and then there’s CNN.
CNN dedicated nearly two years to pushing a collusion narrative that’s turned out to be a bust, and after all that, they’re still patting themselves on the back:
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) April 18, 2019
Of course Brian Stelter’s sharing this ode to “good journalism.” Of course he is.
— Evil English (@RealEvilEnglish) April 18, 2019
No respect is necessary.
— “Not that one, the other one!” (@JanieBanie) April 18, 2019
— Bob Doty (@bobdoty) April 18, 2019
Laugh. Out. Loud. Again. https://t.co/OZVjN0GjxC
— Kimberley Strassel (@KimStrassel) April 18, 2019
— Yancy Evans (@gallandro1) April 18, 2019
Who said Mr. Stelter has no sense of humor! ?♂️?
— Ronald Spitzer (@Ronald_Spitzer) April 18, 2019
lmao. Trying to save face
— Jake B (@jakebsfv) April 18, 2019
Keep telling yourself that pal.
— The other Donald (@donva56) April 18, 2019
You have to be kidding!! You’re completely clueless
— David Harvey (@DJHarvey312) April 18, 2019
You guys really nailed that collusion. Great work guys! https://t.co/YmURjmf9rt
— Kate Hyde (@KateHydeNY) April 18, 2019
It's one thing to be bad at being journalists, but to pat yourselves on the back for it? Heeeelarious. @CNN is the best sitcom ever.
— Aaron Disney (@aaronbdisney) April 18, 2019
Bad journalism, failed sourcing, narratives. Basically ready-fire-aim approach. Don’t believe me. Your sagging ratings is your validation point. And the growing gap of CNN’s lack of self-awareness and the viewing public??????? Getting larger by the telecast…
— ICE-9 (@ICE988038522) April 18, 2019