WTF MSM!? Journalist cyber-bullied Twitter’s CEO over Chick-fil-A love

· June 11, 2018  
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Thought police …

Chick-fil-nAh …  Last night Twitter founder and CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted out a screenshot of a Chick-fil-A “boost” he was awarded. That wasn’t sitting well with thought police officer and supposed “journalist” Soledad O’Brien, who responded:

Get that, @Jack? You are not allowed to eat a tasty chicken sandwich during “Pride” month. Otherwise you’ll be outed by the thought police. Well, actually, @Jack did get it, because he apologized. But remember, Twitter’s totally not biased.

Whoopsie … Over the weekend, in a segment about the Trump-Kim summit, a weekend Fox & Friends host called President Trump a “dictator.”  The host apologized after the segment aired. That’s a pretty big gaffe from a Fox host. But really, with the rest of the mainstream media trying to push that line over and over again, it’s not that surprising. You can only hear people saying that so much before you make a mistake and say it yourself by accident.

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Links … Here are some of the interesting articles I noticed over the weekend and this morning that you may be interested in.

  • CNN host: ‘King me’ Trump making Putin, Kim ‘happiest people in the world’
  • Hollywood Reporter: TV creators call for more discussion about abortion in shows
  • National Review: Leak investigations, journalists, and double standards
  • Chicago Mag: How the Obsidian Collection is bringing the archives of historically black newspapers to Google
  • NewsBusters: AP, NY Times focus on backlash and not the details of murder of German girl at the hands of an Iraqi migrant
  • NewsBusters: MSNBC panelists become unhinged over Trump’s Saturday press conference
  • Grabien: David Frum tells Brian Stelter, “We got Trump in the first place for not being good enough citizens” VIDEO

American soldiers …

This weekend I went to a Toby Keith concert here in South Carolina. It was my first time at one of his concerts despite being a fan of his music for a long time. What struck me was the number of veterans at the concert. Keith has always supported the troops and veterans, and it is clear that the admiration is reciprocal.

For the closing number of Keith’s encore, he brought over 100 vets onstage to sing “Courtesy of the Red White and Blue.” It was powerful. Here’s a look at the amazing scene.

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Author: Rob Eno

Rob Eno is the editor of Blaze Media’s WTF MSM!? newsletter.