Game show host Pat Sajak has a new favorite target and it’s the mainstream media.
A week ago the conservative host of “Wheel of Fortune” tweeted his disdain for CNN with a tweet that used the Amazon Echo device, known by many as “Alexa” as a prop.
“‘Alexa, turn on CNN. I want to hear the news.’ ‘You’ll have to pick one or the other,'” he wrote.
“Alexa, turn on CNN. I want to hear the news.” “You’ll have to pick one or the other.”
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) July 7, 2017
And on Wednesday he took another swipe at “fake news.”
“Fake news. Fake leaks. Fake outrage. Fake scandals. I think I’ll watch the Kardashians tonight to get something real,” he wrote.
Fake news. Fake leaks. Fake outrage. Fake scandals. I think I’ll watch the Kardashians tonight to get something real.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) July 12, 2017
His social media fans thought it was fantastic.
You know how fake you are when even the Kardashians are more real than you. ;P
— Swervin’ Mervin ?? (@SwervinMervin98) July 12, 2017
you know you’re sinking fast when yogi bear cartoons from 1957 get higher ratings than you.
a. cooper must be embarrassed pic.twitter.com/0cEAGjtNoU
— Richard Dees (@richarddees54) July 14, 2017
I’ll stick with Andy Griffith. Dang I just remembered the episode where Barney accused Andy of malfeasances. #fakemayberrynews
— GacWell (@glenn_carswell) July 12, 2017
There you will get fake boobs, fake noses and fake smiles
— Frost (@frostdeeds) July 12, 2017
How about some Gilligan’s Island?
— John Coktostone (@vanduct) July 12, 2017
Pat, You do not have to watch the Kardashians to get something real, There is a better show you can watch, It’s called Wheel Of Fortune.
— Philip Ruisi (@PhilipRuisi) July 14, 2017
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