An inflammatory Tweet sent by a formerly-relevant and formerly-conservative columnist sparked a positive response from allegedly-impartial CNN “journalist” Jim Acosta.
“What’s it like to no longer have a soul,” Trump-hating GOP establishment hack Rick Wilson asked Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Twitter.
The tweet prompted a Twitter “like” from Acosta, who apparently believes that President Donald J. Trump’s chief spokeswoman, with whom he works on a near-daily basis, is soulless. So much for that whole “impartial journalist” gambit they’re trying to run over at CNN.
Acosta has now gotten himself in trouble twice on Twitter over the past seven days. Last weekend, he cursed out a Trump supporter via Twitter direct message.
Big League Politics reported:
After more than a year of being embarrassed by President Donald J. Trump and his supporters for spreading fake news and constant whining, a CNN White House correspondent reached his breaking point Thursday.
“F*** you,” Jim Acosta said to Justin Caporale, a Trump supporter and former director of operations for first lady Melania Trump.
Peter Hasson of The Daily Caller was granted access to Caporale’s Twitter account to verify that the message was real, and not photoshopped.
Apparently. the following exchange set Acosta off:
“Tonight the Trump campaign/WH turned up the music so loud the press risers were vibrating. Nearly impossible to do live TV. I suppose the WH loves those kinds of shenanigans. But I wonder if it’s a security concern for concern for USSS or local law enforcement. They can’t hear either,” Acosta said on Twitter.
“Dear Diary….” Caporale responded.
The “Dear Diary” troll is often directed at Acosta, whose Tweets tend to have a whiny, reflective nature.
Nobody in cable news has been exposed more for his partisan hackery than Acosta during the Trump era. It’s a beautiful thing to watch.
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