Well Played, Sir Guy, Sir Consiglio and Lady Michaels … Well Played
Apparently today's self-proclaimed "journalists" just can't seem to help themselves in losing their objectivity and unbiased approach to reporting on current events and the news in general much the way they would lose their car keys. They typically expose themselves in their media outlets, but of late many step into the social media pool of the unwashed masses and Tweet-Tweet their obvious affliction. Here is the latest via Reuters’ own Anthony De Rosa, who is quickly dealt with (HT: Maggie's Farm)...
5:48 pm: At the beginning of the day, I noted an ugly tweet by Reuters’ Anthony De Rosa. One response to De Rosa was sufficiently embarrassing and, uh, viral enough to make the wire service’s social media editor remove his tweet.
Meanwhile, in other news, two TV co-anchors in Bangor, Maine (were rumored to be fed-up with the recent election cycle and upper management's dictating of political preference) pulled a surprise on-air resignation at the end of Tuesday's news broadcast.