Every time CNN’s Don Lemon does something these days, it seems he sticks his foot in his mouth.
Such was the case Monday when he sent a tweet to his Twitter followers showing the scar from his “measles shot.”
One problem. The scar he showed was not from his measles shot.
— Don Lemon (@donlemon) February 3, 2015
Instead, the mark seemed to be from the small pox vaccine he received as a child.
Luckily the Twitter community let it slide.
Users once again roasted Lemon, who seems to be one of their favorite targets lately.
— Laurie Kempton (@mcsmartypants) February 3, 2015
— John Ratnaswamy (@JohnRSports) February 3, 2015
@donlemon MMR vaccine doesnt leave a scar but nice shirtless selfie op
— real cormac mccarthy (@peenerad) February 3, 2015
— Moms Who Vax (@momswhovax) February 3, 2015
— harriet (@lqpharriet) February 3, 2015
— DCCyclone (@DCCyclone) February 3, 2015
— TheEqualizer (@EddieTrulyReds) February 3, 2015
— Justin (@_JGR) February 3, 2015
.@donlemon You might be the worst person in media, and that’s saying a lot.
— Jonah Keri (@jonahkeri) February 3, 2015
— Scott (@firescotch) February 3, 2015
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