Every CNN post is plagued and trolled with “fake news” memes and tweets

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To DML readers, viewers, and listeners: you’re about to develop a wide, grinning smile across your face. You may even uncontrollably giggle.

Imagine trying to give a performance, presentation, or speech. You attempt to keep a serious demeanor, with a staunch pose to show you mean business even if your topic and content is total BS. Then imagine that every time you attempt to speak or attempt an action, someone in your audience throws a tomato at you.

Only it’s not just one person. It’s nearly the entire audience. And each attendant came with a bushel of fat, plump tomatoes.

That is the CNN Twitter home page. CNN is the performer, their “news” story posts are their acts, and the tomato-hurling audience is the plethora of Twitter users who are persistently labeling every post as “fake news” with hysterical, gut-busting memes.

This may even explain why CNN has truly taken a huge hit in ratings.

Don’t believe us? Below are a few of CNN’s posts to different stories, some related and unrelated to President Trump, that are being crushed with Twitter trolls ensuring the liberal news network isn’t getting away scot-free. In fact, if you have a Twitter page and have some free time, maybe contribute and show CNN how you feel with a meme or two of your own.

Grab your microwavable popcorn and enjoy the comedy, uh, I mean, commentary below:

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