Here’s the deal fellow conservatives. Some of you need to chill out. It’s Monday.
I log into twitter and see the latest controversy is that CNN’s Peter Hamby is allegedly telling his twitter followers to donate to Barack Obama’s campaign.
I’m going to have to pull out the self-appointed internet coach’s bullshit challenge flag and throw it on the field here.
Depicted on the left are the tweets conservatives, sadly, are throwing out onto the interwebs.
Without, in my view, a proper understanding of what Hamby’s tweet meant.
Hamby is a political reporter for CNN. Let’s see what he said.
You mean Hamby tweeted that, in his view, Wisconsin is now a battleground state because the President is having an event there? He linked to the page that had the details of the event?
Let me break out my web-telestrator and show you why he might have shared the link.
Yes, those would be the details — the proof — of the event. What Hamby is saying makes Wisconsin a battleground. Sounds like something a reporter, you know, would report.
What is more likely? Peter Hamby is overtly tweeting his partisan views on his work twitter account. Or that he was reporting news?
It’s obviously the latter.
Conservatives saying he should be fired and things like “Goebbels would be proud” should be ashamed.