Fact-Checkers Are ‘Out Of Control’ And This Exchange Proves That ‘They Can Be Beat’

New coverage matters. There’s a reason that most media outlets are called fake news. The coverage of the January 6 Capitol Riot has been going on since it happened over a year ago, and most of the information that’s out there is false.

In 2017 there was a shooting at a Congressional baseball game that left five people shot.

Mary Katharine Ham, who works for CNN, said, “I was on TV, live from the baseball field where they played the game the next day after it was nearly canceled due to mass murder, but my topic was ‘Mike Pence got a lawyer.’”

Ham also said that news crews were cleared out within 48 hours of the incident.

After a CNN colleague, Andrew Kaczynski, tweeted that Ham had covered the story, Ham reminded him of who he is and who he forgot to go after.

Ham replied that the coverage was 24-48 hours after the incident and that the segment was based on “Trump’s rhetoric” that was the cause of the shooting. It’s easy to blame former President Donald Trump for everything rather than tell the truth and cover the news accurately.

Ham noted that her colleague didn’t have anything to say about former CNN personality Chris Cuomo or Jeffrey Toobin. Cuomo used his journalistic power to try and protect his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, and Toobin masturbated in front of his colleagues on a Zoom call.

Ham tweeted another response which sealed the deal, “One jacked off in front of female colleagues, and one violated every conflict of interest rule in journalism, lied about it, and got fired, the issue bc I think the Congressional baseball shooting was covered too lightly and taxes are too high. Sure, dude.”

That’s the sign that someone got wrecked on Twitter.

Kaczynski didn’t respond to any more of Ham’s tweets, probably for a good reason.