HILARIOUS: CNN Anchor Begs Twitter to Block President Trump
Senior tattletale correspondent at CNN, Brian Stelter, did what he does best on Sunday.
After President Trump tweeted a GIF of himself body-slamming a person with a photoshopped CNN logo on his head, Stelter took to email to request that Trump be booted from Twitter altogether.
The Daily Wire has modeled, what can only be assumed, the closest replica of the email exchange between Stelter and Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter:
So, so, so, we were over there, right? And we weren’t doing nothing, okay? *wipes nose on sleeve* We were just doing journalism, fer real. And then-and then-and then Donald came over, okay? A-a-a-and he hit us with this tweet, see? Look at it! *wipes nose on other sleeve* You need to kick him off the Twitter playground, cuz-cuz-cuz he’s not s’posed to hit us. You said so.
Twitter’s (probable) hilarious response:
As a wise man once said, “Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.” Do you think we haven’t been watching what is going on? Do you think we didn’t see how quickly you moved on after one of your own practically killed Steve Scalise? Do you think we haven’t seen your entire gang endlessly taunt Donald with lies and fake news? We also saw you pay those other kids to pretend to kill Donald. You crybabies started it and now that Donald is tweeting out a harmless joke at your expense, I find it pathetic that you can’t take it. Grow up.
I hope you get hit by a train.
Although, Trump should in no way be censored by any outside sources, the exchanges between POTUS and the media over the last few weeks have not exactly put the current administration in a very good light.
On the other hand, the media isn’t doing itself any favors.
They claim that the president needs to be focusing on more important issues rather than taking to Twitter to attack the media, while simultaneously covering ONLY the president’s social media usage and absolutely NO issues of substance. This is a knock-down, drag-out fight that will only result in the KO of both the president and the media. Let’s all knock it off and get to work.