Babylon Bee founder skewers CNN 'disinformation' reporter for 'taking shots' at Christian satire site -- while apparently enjoying the Onion

Source: TheBlaze - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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65% Conservative


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Sentiments

75% "Otis said the Bee piece has been shared more than 500k times and that some family members just called [because] their Republican friends on ..."
65% "As you might expect, Ford's Twitter thread got commenters quite riled up about the effectiveness of the Babylon Bee's satire and fake news in ..."
58% "Christian Humor Site Feuds With Snopes.""
56% "O'Sullivan also added comments left by Facebook users who shared the Bee piece, such as 1/2 flag for the death of an Iranian terrorist.""
54% "Adam Ford, founder of Christian satire site the Babylon Bee, on Monday hopped on Twitter to take issue with CNN's disinformation reporter for taking ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

75% : Otis said the Bee piece "has been shared more than 500k times" and that "some family members just called [because] their Republican friends on FB are circulating it like it's legit.
65% : As you might expect, Ford's Twitter thread got commenters quite riled up about the effectiveness of the Babylon Bee's satire and fake news in general:
58% : Christian Humor Site Feuds With Snopes."
56% : O'Sullivan also added comments left by Facebook users who shared the Bee piece, such as "1/2 flag for the death of an Iranian terrorist.
54% : Adam Ford, founder of Christian satire site the Babylon Bee, on Monday hopped on Twitter to take issue with CNN's "disinformation" reporter for "taking shots" at the Bee over one of its viral stories that was more popular than top CNN and New York Times' pieces -- and that some readers believed was true.

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