Self-awareness. If only it came in a green-recycled box from Whole Foods. Today The New York Times submitted this little number in an effort to reign champion supreme for who could have the dumbest thing to say on Twitter:
The New York Times needs your help. We’re looking for false information being spread deliberately to confuse, mislead, or influence voters ahead of the 2018 midterm elections. https://t.co/p3eeW5fnGm
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 18, 2018
Yes, that New York Times asked for tips in effort to root out fake news.
We have some advice:
Sure, sure. Follow this easy guide:
1. Pick up your paper. You must have thousands of untouched copies lying around.
2. Find the nearest reflective surface.
3. Stand before said reflective surface.
4. Employ paper to smack yourselves.
5. Repeat as necessary. https://t.co/PzLpfv8Rw1
— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) September 18, 2018
We weren’t the only ones to offer tips:
— Truth is a Threat (@truthisathreat) September 18, 2018
— Tim (@tntDVM) September 18, 2018
You are the definition of misleading and false information. Remember when Joe Rogan called you out for lying about a fight? If you’re willing to lie about a fight, what won’t you lie about? pic.twitter.com/LiYjbSXB9H
— Conrad Granger 🇺🇸 (@ConradG87) September 18, 2018
Liberal bias in media is obvious to those who aren’t liberals. But to those on the inside media, where everyone thinks and feels the same about everything, there is no bias. Otherwise The New York Times never would’ve enlisted its fattest intern to type out this tweet using only his butt cheeks.