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CNN "Doxxes" Another Person Trump Retweeted AND Misquotes Them
Don't ever say anything nice about Donald Trump. He may retweet you. For which CNN may expose you (see Desperate CNN is Now Doxxing, Live Trolling Trump Supporters Over Russian Collusion and CNN Threatens to “Dox” Anonymous Trump/WWE GIF Creator). To quote great political scientist David Coverdale, here we go again. You could have gone with Ronald Reagan's "there you go again." But I was listening to Whitesnake at the gym this morning.
Also, this is pure glory right here. Enjoy:
They just didn't get it, but they do now! https://t.co/9T50NupkDy— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump) 1531087132.0
You're welcome. Of course this video makes all of media look like idiots with the runs, scrambling for toilets where they are no toilets. Rather than CNN admitting that yes, they made an oopsie in their presidential predictions, CNN decided to dox the person who made the video.
Trump tweeted out a video about winning the 2016 election. Here's where it came from. https://t.co/82kKCfV8LZ https://t.co/JBeeXvy78H— CNN (@CNN) 1531272288.0
To be fair to CNN, this isn't fake news. It's mainly douchebag news. Specifically news which makes the news reporting the story look like douchebags. Just so we're clear. Because only a douchebag would want to expose a civilian to anti-Trump hate. Just because the President of the United States randomly tweeted something funny that person created. Really funny. Gloriously funny. To be clear.
Even worse, CNN grossly misquoted the person.
I find this statement disingenuous from CNN "No one from the administration reached out about using the video, he s… https://t.co/w5hHtrGucx— eLouai (@eLouai) 1531259555.0
The Trump Administration didn't ask the person's permission before retweeting. Here's a scoop: I don't ask people before I retweet them either. Tweets aren't exactly private diary entries. Tweets are not classified memos. Tweets are public.
Then CNN wonders why so many people think they suck at life.