CNN Actually Thinks the Mueller Report Makes The Press Look Good. My God.
This is sad. This is embarrassing. This is the life of Brian Stelter, CNN, Jim Acosta, and leftists who don't know that it's okay to turn off the computer and go outside. Find some nature. Sniff a flower. Anything other than glue would be a good start. Check out this tweet from the totally not a raging homosexual Brian Stelter:
This report has "really corroborated a lot of the good journalism that was done," @ShimonPro points out https://t.co/KT6HlaxfDw— Brian Stelter (@Brian Stelter) 1555616613.0
No. No. No, no, no, no, no, no.
Let's step back and examine the clear narcissism here. How into yourself do you have to be to look at a 450 plus page report about Donald Trump and think "Wow, I'm such an awesome reporter right now"? How desperate for an angle into this narrative do you have to be to think "My goodness, what fine journalisming I did the past two years"? How thoroughly in love with yourself must you be to think this report in any way reflects you in any way? Especially considering the report basically negates everything your field of work has done for the past two years?
There is no collusion. For the past two years, the media basically swore on the heart of their sacrificed mothers that Donald Trump was -- in Stephen Colbert's words -- Putin's cock holster. Yet the report revealed that no, didn't happen. Wasn't a thing. WATCH: Journalist Suggests AG Barr is on Trump's Side. He Smacks Her Silly!
If anything, the Mueller Report exposed the media as slutty narrative pushers. Not journalists. So the snippet video Brian Stelter tweeted is right in line with what the media loves to do: push false narratives.