CNN Laughed At For Fact-Checking Troll Post By Elon Musk

Just when you thought it could not get any worse, the fake news fraudsters of
CNN made themselves into a mockery Monday morning after they attempted to fact-check a meme posted by Twitter CEO Elon Musk making fun of the far-left network.

Musk posted the meme after he was attacked by the mainstream media for weeks over his efforts to lessen censorship on the platform.

The Tesla CEO shared a meme mimicking a news headline, stating: “CNN: Elon Musk could threaten free speech on Twitter by literally allowing people to speak freely.”

The meme in question featured a picture of the infamous CNN co-host Don Lemon.

CNN’s Communications account offered Musk a moral lecture, writing, “This headline never appeared on CNN. Be Better.”

“Lmaoooo,” Musk said in response.

This response by CNN prompted widespread ridicule of the “news” outlet, with many saying that its response was more comical than the original post by Musk spoofing the network, reported the Daily Wire.

It was not long before CNN’s grandiose display when Musk butted heads with another large multinational company, Apple.

The new Twitter owner indicated that he is willing to “go to war” with Apple after it stopped a large amount of Twitter advertising and has reportedly threatened to remove the platform from its App Store.

“Apple has mostly stopped advertising on Twitter. Do they hate free speech in America?” Musk asked. “What’s going on here @tim_cook?”

“Apple has also threatened to withhold Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why,” he added.

He additionally published a poll asking users of the platform if “Apple should publish all censorship actions it has taken that affect its customers[?]”

Some American politicians have called on Congress to take action against big tech giants such as Apple who are entertaining the idea of retaliating against Twitter in wake of Musk’s new ownership.

Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis argued that the idea of Apple removing Twitter from the App Store would warrant a federal response, calling it “a huge, huge mistake” and a “raw exercise of monopolistic power” that would justify a “response from the United States Congress.”


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