BREAKING: Creepy CNN Cheers Info-Theft From Random Man’s Cellphone to Harass Him With Publicly
CNN is like a gremlin that ate after midnight — a monster that’s growing more wicked by the minute. You’ve heard about the #CNNBlackMail debacle, but now CNN is cheering something that’s even stranger, at least in some respects. A fat woman who claims to be a plus-sized model was seated next to a man on an airplane, while while in flight, she photographed his text messages wherein the man allegedly texted a friend and made fun of her rotund appearance.
She then confronted him, and CNN subsequently tweeted out the video like its breaking news, while cheering her actions:
— CNN (@CNN) July 8, 2017
CNN doesn’t even use normal journalistic lingo like “allegedly” when describing the accusations from the fat woman. They’re beyond that stage — the patient is terminal. CNN is no longer even pretending to strive for journalistic ideals. They’re just the enemy of America — their job is to ignore everything that their multinational-corporation buddies are doing, and to channel the wrath of the American public so that is pointed at the working class, instead of the multi-billion dollar corporations that have real power. But the Twitterverse wasn’t buying it. Many folks from what appears to be diverse backgrounds don’t like the fact that the fat woman was snooping on a stranger’s cell phone and taking pictures of the content:
Why she looking at a strangers phone?
Pretty rude there now.
— John Dukes (@JohnDukesJokez) July 8, 2017
What he texted on his phone is none of her fucking business
— Joey Solomon (@hmsromano) July 8, 2017
'I work out about five times a week'
Of course. You know what's crazy? That you were snooping on your neighbour's phone screen, boo.
— admtnmkrz (@ATMology) July 8, 2017
— Max Sutherburg (@Max_Sutherburg) July 8, 2017
Is it nice to send texts mocking someone's weight? No. Is it nice to read someone's texts and yell at them for its content? No!
— Rosarka Hamill (@rosarkahamill) July 8, 2017
So did she make him delete the texts and tell him that if he ever does it again that she will release his identity? #cnnblackmail
— Nick Dougherty (@heretic24) July 8, 2017
This chick broke the right of privacy of this man and his free speech he was harmless.
— Matt Wood (@getblastednoob) July 8, 2017
Freedom of speech is bad, but information-theft and harassment, then trying to ruin some random guy by putting him in the national spotlight are good. Get it?