Slow news day. Eh, CNN?
— CNN (@CNN) January 31, 2017
Twelve whole people.
A whole twelve? Whoa!
— Shane Styles (@shaner5000) January 31, 2017
resist is a difficult word to spell. I understand why it took all 12 of them.
— Dan Compo (@dcompo) January 31, 2017
We’re not going to post excerpts from the article here. Go click over and see it for yourself — it reads like some kind of heroic saga.
We will share this, though:
Awww … and after those 12 people put in all that effort! What a damn shame. Now it’s as if they were never there at all!
what a waste of time.
— Paul Kyle (@Kyley_84) January 31, 2017
Seriously, though. This act of “resistance” is a big enough joke as it is. But for CNN to go out of its way to cover it? That’s just comedy gold, right there.
lmao who writes this crap?
— Happy fall ya'll (@Belindahenry18) January 31, 2017
I can't believe I'm reading this. Hope it's a joke
— Mad Pumpkin (@pumpkin_mad) January 31, 2017
This is some high quality news
— Jim Rustles (@jim_Rust) January 31, 2017
how is this news? Pathetic
— Austere Vindman LT.COL (@covfefeburger) January 31, 2017
— Tim Pontes (@tim_pontes) January 31, 2017
hard hitting news. Congratulations, this story will assure you an award or at least a few laughs from real journalists #CNNFAKENEWS
— Todd (@tacman425) January 31, 2017
Whoever made the decision to run this as a news story needs to rethink their career choice.
— Daniel (@ddwalk34) January 31, 2017
that's some top-notch journalism right there
— ?RJN? (@RJNieder) January 31, 2017
We eagerly await the next big scoop.
I put the phrase "Blow me" on my roof for the CNN satellite to see. Did U guys see it??
— Cash Tumbles (@CashTumbles) January 31, 2017
Sandcastles are next.
— Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) January 31, 2017
I can write my name in the snow all by myself. https://t.co/XArHYbLmf8
— BT (@back_ttys) January 31, 2017