Via those Interweb Twitters. (Small clip, but it may take a few seconds to load.)
— Aaron (@Aaron25394187) July 5, 2017
No one can complain because it’s just art, right? Or is it let’s-assassinate-CNN porn? Or humor?
Discuss – and enjoy.
UPDATE: As to the whole Cosa Nostra Network thing. It’s worth noting that:
- CNN first said they were holding back the guy’s name specifically because he apologized to them and had “repented”. And that they might (or “reserved the right to”) change their minds in the future, releasing his name if he went back to his old ways.
- Which is why people saw CNN as threatening or intimidating him. The summary would be “Obey CNN, or else!”
- CNN said the above in their broadcast editions, as well as print. Tucker’s monologue captures a CNN anchordummy saying it on the air.
“CNN is not publishing his name because of his apology, his removal of all the offensive posts and his pledge not to repeat this behavior on social media.”
“Because of…his pledge” to CNN. Clear enough?
- But then later, after the storm broke, CNN claimed that they “decided not to publish the name of the Reddit user out of concern for his safety.”
Changing stories, anyone?
Didn’t CNN decide that offering new/varying reasons for something is baaaaaaaaaaaaaadd, when President Trump supposedly does it?