It's real mystery why people trust fake news more than real news. https://t.co/A7uWLvFLPx
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 12, 2016
I wonder why people don't take the media seriously anymore… https://t.co/9qlpc1KMNZ
— Mickey White (@BiasedGirl) December 12, 2016
It’s gonna take one big-ass mop to wipe up all this lapdog drool:
For the Obamas, looking cool is part of the job https://t.co/YxJD2KQk4d
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 12, 2016
Isn’t President Boyfriend just, like, the greatest?
@washingtonpost Wapo *hearts* Obama ::swoon::
— WestCoastCon (@jonyourside) December 12, 2016
— Lib tears sustain me (@bgamron) December 12, 2016
Oh well. If nothing else, it’s at least a good reminder of what most of the media have been up to these past eight years.
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) December 12, 2016
@washingtonpost Wow, that's tough journalism right there.. but that's what we've gotten the last 8yrs so nothing new.
— Madison CH Sequenzia (@maddyclare) December 12, 2016
@washingtonpost Seriously? This is what you report?
— Patti Conservative (@PJWisconsin) December 12, 2016
Oh brother. @washingtonpost
— Suzy (@scout_nj) December 12, 2016
Worse than fake news. https://t.co/xR43QK4LfE
— JWF (@JammieWF) December 12, 2016
It’s pretty darn bad.
@washingtonpost good lord, will the WaPo ever run out of ways to fawn over the Obamas?
— Coachie Woachie (@Xfourpatts) December 12, 2016
Don’t bet on it. President Obama’s days in the White House may be numbered, but nostalgia never goes out of style.