“Just in case there aren’t militias blowing each other to smithereens and fires raging in the city well into the night, we’ll want to congratulate Joe Biden on the amazing crowd he has, which will certainly be much bigger than the Trump crowd.”
Twitter announced plans to ban the “Big Three” cable news networks from the platform, citing the “risk of inciting further violence” following a 2020 filled with rioting across America.
Members of American media broke from their shocking cycle of terrifying protest and riot-related coverage to ponder why a gun-carrying St. Louis couple in a now-viral video would assume that BLM protesters might bring violence to their neighborhood.
The president described his disgust and disappointment that NWS employees are put into a trusted position by average Americans, only to have them “lie and lie again, big league.”
The CNN Cafe in Seoul may have enjoyed this week’s most irreverent moment when they introduced a sauteed hamburger roll listed as 빈 햄버거, (bin haembeogeo), which translates to “empty burger” or “Nothing Burger”.
CNN regular: “I had never considered that someone might take my words out of context to fit their own sick agenda.”