The Cable Gamer doesn’t know who won the race to be first to trash Megyn Kelly’s Trump interview, but one T. Beckett Adams from the Examiner is certainly in the running. He had to be in the vanguard of the cool bunch who immediately dismissed it as devoid of news value:
But for some reason, Mr. Adams turned around and wrote two separate stories about this no news interview. They are both prominently featured on his Examiner index page, one of them imploring readers to WATCH:
And that’s good news for Mr. Adams who was off and running promoting his news stories about the interview that had no news:
A T. Becket Adams story with WATCH in capital letters, tweeted out twice (so far), that’s about Trump’s twitter habits? Why does that sound familiar?
“No news” to T. Becket Adams on twitter becomes news to T. Becket Adams at the Examiner, and then gets promoted by T. Becket Adams back on twitter. There’s a moral in there somewhere, and The Cable Gamer invites you to find it.
AXIOMATIC UPDATE: Mr. Adams continues to rail on twitter:
Only that’s not true. Ms. Kelly targeted “many/some” critics for bias. Adams claims she said “only biased people” would criticize her interview. Why misrepresent what she said? Just for “likes” on twitter? Disappointing, but not surprising—hypocrites are by definition dishonest.