Leave it to CNN to try to use Martin Luther King Day to promote divisiveness.
The cable news giant tweeted that it wanted to debunk myths about the great civil rights leader but instead offered a misleading headline and a link that led to a non-related story.
— CNN (@CNN) January 18, 2016
Smooth move, CNN.
It didn’t take long for others to react to the flubs.
— Liz O’GingerMcIrish (@lizzyf620) January 18, 2016
— Bleek Trilliam (@Copper_Soul) January 18, 2016
@CNN lmao what a fail. Nice link about flowers in space..go home CNN..you’re still drunk from shots every time Hilary mentioned guns
— SiggyGuns (@Siggyv) January 18, 2016
— Bonfire Designs (@Bonfiredesigns) January 18, 2016
.@CNN Not sure about MLK but everyone at CNN definitely works for the Democrat party
— EagleGraphs (@EagleGraphs) January 18, 2016
@CNN Oh the irony. You try to jab at Republicans using MLK and epic fail with a link about space flowers. GOOD JOB! ??
— Robert (@robert2374) January 18, 2016
1. Your headline is a lie. 2. Your link is about space flowers. 3. Somehow that makes sense, because it’s CNN. https://t.co/MpGHoCw44M
— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) January 18, 2016
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