Thursday, July 06, 2017

About this CNN thing...

About this CNN thing...
Back in the early 2000s, I wanted to work for CNN in some way. I loved the dogmatic way of finding the stories. Now in 2017, you have CNN in a petty troll war with a stupid child-like President. When Trump re-twitted a gif of himself beating down a CNN meme. CNN got butt-hurt and did a search for the guy that created the original meme. And, then this happened.
Check it out from CNN via, (("CNN is not publishing HanA**holeSolo's name because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology, showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts, and because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again," wrote Kaczynski. "CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change." ))
You reserve the right? That's pretty bold. How many anti-doxing stories have CNN written or produced over the years? Regardless of what his history happens to be, why was it important to reserve the right to release him name? It makes it look like you all were embarrassed and went after the meme-maker. A meme-maker! We literally have North Korea wanting to go to war with most of Asia and the US and you are writing and making videos on a troll-a-hole from reddit. Stay focused on the news and not being the actual NEWS.
And, you know you screwed up when your allies and enemies all come out against you.
From ((CNN explained that the purpose of the story was to find out how the president of the United States ended up sharing the meme, which on Monday drew criticism from those on the left who considered it incendiary and threatening to journalists. ))
This is not the CNN I remember growing up. If you're going to roll around in the dirt with a pig, at least make the story about the freaking President acting like a member on Xbox-Live.
CNN, why so salty?
BTW, the new memes are epic.  

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