— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) June 2, 2020
“In today’s news we frame a military veteran and actively participate in a coup against a legally elected government. Then, we’ll whip up some racial frenzy and make money from pharmaceutical ads while we film you burning each others’ shit.
In other news, protesters are attacking our headquarters and we don’t know what we did to deserve it.”
Wait! I thought we were friends? Giant CNN logo in front of building “is being painted with graffiti in Atlanta. The crowd is cheering.”
Remember the good old days when journalists and social media companies felt it was their duty to allow you to consume the information you wanted? That’s so . . . 2015!
INSTANT CLASSIC FROM @MSNBC:
ANCHOR: "Are the people there just not worried about it? Are they not worried about their personal safety?"
REPORTER: "I haven't met anybody who is… you can see here, nobody's wearing them [masks]."
GUY ON STREET: "Including the Cameraman." pic.twitter.com/h9HbbIqNVh
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) May 26, 2020
What other profession would get away with getting SO MUCH absolutely wrong … and pay absolutely no price for it?
How lovely it is to have a high-profile job in our major media institutions. Let’s say you completely, hideously muck up a huge story. Let’s say you spend three years wildly misleading the public. Let’s say that, at the outset of the worst public-health crisis in a century, you mock people for being afraid and tell them to go about life as usual. When you’re proven wrong, you get to tell the next chapter of the story anyway. And if you feel like saying, “No fair noticing we were wrong!” you know other members of the mainstream-media cartel will rush to support you.
Jesse Brown: Stunt Journalist.
I offended people who thought I was joking about shutting down the Snowbirds right after yesterday's crash. To clarify: I wasn't joking. Stunt flights of military planes over homes is unsafe for pilots and residents. 9 have died, a house was essentially firebombed. Shut it down.
— Jesse Brown (@JesseBrown) May 18, 2020
Today on Meet The Press, @chucktodd wildly took context out of an answer AG Bill Barr gave about his decision to drop the case into Gen. Michael Flynn.
I cut Todd's segment along with Barr's full answer together. Look at how blatantly dishonest this is. pic.twitter.com/tODOEwL48V
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) May 10, 2020
All the “mistakes” happen in one direction.
‘CBS News This Morning’ Aired Faked COVID-19 Drive-Through Testing Site Line of Cars
@jonkay — tempting to say that this massively botched @CBCNews piece on @EpochTimes is a train wreck. But train wrecks come to a full stop, whereas this exists as a whistle-stop tour of clarifications, changed headlines, corrections & then corrected corrections….
We’ve long known about #FakeNews from Leftist “journalists” but one of them truly has hit a new low:
So she decided to do something about it, and joined hundreds of like-minded Pennsylvanians to at the Reopen PA rally in Downtown Pittsburgh on April 20th. As a result, Jill’s photo, which displayed her holding a sign that clearly read “FREE SMALL BUSINESS,” appeared in numerous publications, including the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
As expected, those photos made their way across the Internet in a flash, including one specific one shared by Post-Gazette photographer Andrew Rush to his Twitter account. However, within just over a week, that photo made it elsewhere; specifically to the Twitter account of a disgraced ex-New Yorker staffer named Talia Lavin, a radical, left-wing ideologue whose “journalistic pursuits” led to a forced resignation from her aforementioned employer in 2018 after fabricating a story in which she accused an ICE agent of having a Nazi tattoo.
Just a few days ago, Ms. Lavin proved, once again, that old habits die hard when she shared a doctored photo of Jill holding a sign that, instead of “FREE SMALL BUSINESS,” read “WORK SETS YOU FREE,” which she was quick to note translates to “arbeit macht frei,” a common term used among Nazis during World War II. She then accused Jill of harboring mutual sentiments with white supremacists, writing that “this [the wording on the sign in the doctored photo] is intentional.”
Ms. Lavin is still tweeting. No shame. No second thoughts. No feelings of guilt. Is Leftism a political belief or a brain disease?