And I believe him. His explanation kinda makes sense. But that doesn’t matter because everyone has to scream in outrage all the time.
Here’s what he tweeted:
Here’s his explanation:
I’ve deleted a GIF about President Trump. We use @GifGrabber to make our GIFs and it defaults to the image below as a first frame. To clear up any unintended confusion, I’ve removed the tweet. pic.twitter.com/x6PCKoiW16— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) May 15, 2018
Now, that can’t possible be the case because CNN is Hitler and ISIS if they had a love-child, as we all know, so we can’t trust a word they say.
How much does it take from people like @CillizzaCNN before @Twitter removes his account, @CNN fires his sorry ass, and the @SecretService pays him a serious visit?— Linda Suhler, PhD (@LindaSuhler) May 15, 2018
What kind of mind even conceives of a tweet like this?#TuesdayThoughts https://t.co/RMw5ER7IfN
Because really, if our politics suffer, it’s because there’s not enough dim-witted partisan outrage in it. Now go forth and tweetscream.
Now they’re hacking and photoshopping a video to hide their evil acts!! Nefarious!
Those crosshairs are a simple video/film framing function within the editing tool, as @CillizzaCNN explained hours ago. Please don’t peddle garbage. Here’s what it looks like in GifGrabber using a dog and cat video: pic.twitter.com/L4aYpGHKwB— Matt Dornic (@mdornic) May 16, 2018