]By Joe NewbylThere’s an old saying that one should be careful of what one wishes for. Case in point, CNN propagandist Chris Cillizza, formerly of the Washington Post, who demanded an actual example of fake news on social media. As Newsbusters reported Tuesday, Cillizza was soon buried with numerous examples:On the apparently safe assumption that he really thought President Donald Trump and the public would have a hard time coming up with answers, Cillizza challenged the Commander in Chief and, and in effect the Twitterverse, to “name a (news) story that is ‘fake’ or ‘incorrect.’” A tidal wave of specific responses arrived in short order.“Name a story that is ‘fake’ or ‘incorrect.’ You can’t just make a blanket assertion without ANY specifics,” he tweeted.
Name a story that is “fake” or “incorrect.”
You can’t just make a blanket assertion without ANY specifics. https://t.co/tpJ2VLmf4r
— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) June 13, 2017