WaPo reporter tries to explain media’s dilemma when facing backfiring ‘bombshells’ (and people have thoughts)

As you’re well aware, Buzzfeed’s big “bombshell” that had Democrats and the media helping spread the story came to a sudden halt after the office of Robert Mueller called BS on the story. The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake tweeted the following thread about the “scoop” that backfired on a lot of people: As someone who wrote about the Cohen-BuzzFeed story

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Guess who will be on CNN’s ‘Reliable Sources’ tomorrow (Bonus: Brian Stelter doesn’t see any irony)

Hey, look who’s going to be on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” tomorrow: Sunday 11am ET on @ReliableSources: I'll be joined by BuzzFeed editor @BuzzFeedBen and investigative reporter @a_cormier_ — Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) January 19, 2019 Once again, some irony was spotted that needs to be addressed: You really need to change the name of the show immediately! — CJagielski (@c_jagielski) January

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CNN political analyst warns people not to lose sight of the big picture after BuzzFeed ‘frenzy’

As Twitchy reported, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office took the extraordinary step of issuing a statement denying a “bombshell” report in BuzzFeed, saying the descriptions and characterizations in website’s story were flat-out “not accurate.” CNN’s Chris Cuomo, with his priorities clearly in line, said that it was Mueller, not BuzzFeed, who “didn’t do the media any favors tonight.” That statement was

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This GIF is the best report on Bill de Blasio and the Women’s March, ‘the greatest protest in US history’

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife wanted to make it perfectly clear they too were on the streets Saturday for the Women’s March, apparently not deterred by the rampant anti-Semitism at the very top of the organization. In case you can’t stomach the video that far, de Blasio calls the Women’s March “the single greatest protest

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Jaw-dropping: Women’s March protester criticizes US record on gay rights, then defends Iran

Our thoughts and prayers are with every sane person on the ground Saturday embedded with a chapter of the Women’s March and sending back video and audio clips. Caleb Hull is doing the Lord’s work by interviewing some members of the Women’s March, and he’s found himself struggling to untangle some seriously twisted liberal logic. When he asks a woman

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‘WUT??’ Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez questioned about anti-Semitism in Women’s March leadership, QUICKLY deflects to Trump

We’ve reported many times before about the anti-Semitism in the ranks of the leadership of the national Women’s March organization that’s caused Dems like Debbie Wasserman Schultz and others to walk away from the group. At Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington, DC, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was asked about it, and watch how fast her answer — or something vaguely resembling

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‘She needs a steak’! Activist takes anti-meat & dairy crusade to NYC train after Women’s March, not many convinced

The activism at the Women’s March in New York City wasn’t confined to those on the march, but it was also on the train. Here’s one such example: NYC Women’s March going into extra innings on the 4 train pic.twitter.com/HaZ38pOpS6 — Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) January 19, 2019 She had us at “see the movie Cow-spiracy.” But wait, there’s more! There

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‘Wow!’ Nancy Pelosi answered Trump’s new proposal to end the shutdown ‘before he even spoke’

President Trump spoke this afternoon, and offered up some middle ground for Democrats to consider in order to end the shutdown. Here are some details: Trump's border proposal:-$800 million in humanitarian assistance-$805 million for drug detection technology-$5.7 billion for wall-Three year relief for "Dreamers"-More immigration judges to reduce court backlogsMore:https://t.co/mA1AxC51sL — Tim Hanrahan (@TimJHanrahan) January 19, 2019 Pres. Trump says

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Linda Sarsour gets big cheer at Women’s March calling for boycott of Israel

The Women’s March lost a lot of supporters last year, from Alyssa Milano to the Democratic National Committee, over charges that the organizers had an anti-Semitism problem — one they haven’t done much to counter, what with Tamika Mallory still refusing to acknowledge Israel’s right to exist. The organizers insisted the first Women’s March wasn’t an anti-Trump march, which is

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This list of immigrant founders of tech companies doesn’t do what we think it was supposed to do

First, here’s a photo that probably won’t get much attention between BuzzFeed’s flameout, the Women’s March, and those idiot kids harassing a Native American: President Trump oversees naturalization ceremony in the Oval Office, where 5 native citizens of Iraq, UK, Jamaica, Bolivia, and South Korea became Americans. Trump said: “By taking this oath, you have forged a sacred bond with

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