CNN’s Chris Cillizza didn’t like a recent comment Trump made about the media and the way they’re pushing a narrative on what’s happening at the border. He tweeted his thoughts and then got flooded with reminders about him and his media colleagues.
Here’s Cillizza’s tweet:
Donald Trump just said, flatly, that the media is knowingly aiding and abetting smugglers and traffickers.
How is that ok?
— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) June 19, 2018
Check out these responses via Twitchy:
It isn't, except what your industry did to Mitt Romney and got away with also isn't OK, and because you got away with it nobody cares what Trump says about you.
Sow. Reap. Deal with it, just like we have to deal with your horrible, biased reporting. https://t.co/ktfqkJ0RZb
— Nathan burger (@NathanWurtzel) June 19, 2018
Own the consequences of your actions. https://t.co/rtVgDIWgOP
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) June 19, 2018
Because the truth hurts sometimes.
It's a thing us adults deal with from time to time. https://t.co/Jsx4YC3bC6
— John Laghezza (@JLaghezza) June 19, 2018
You are corect. It's not OK. Quit aiding and abetting smugglers and traffickers, and report truthfully. https://t.co/lHi8n92IXr
— Don Surber (@donsurber) June 19, 2018
The media aiding and abetting smugglers and traffickers is NOT OK! Glad you agree. https://t.co/a4F5fMiBPJ
— Daniel Graczyk 🐻 (@dgraczyk30) June 19, 2018
It's not. You should all be ashamed. https://t.co/HPBguFiqV1
— Cyril Bassington Bassington (@RobertKYarbro) June 19, 2018
That's why he called you out for it. https://t.co/zfA61CqM8S
— Lake Bum (@dustopian) June 19, 2018
Because you are. Dude, if you don't like the reflection in the mirror, that's not the mirror's fault. https://t.co/htWMmIFtz6
— alexandriabrown (@alexthechick) June 19, 2018
Those are pretty sharp replies!