This could very well be CNN’s lowest point, ever.
Two teenage girls, ages 15 and 13, carjacked an Uber Eats driver. They used a taser on this poor man and then tore off in the car, while he was hanging on for dear life.
They literally dragged him along.
The car finally crashed and flipped over on its side. The poor man was thrown from the car and died right there on the sidewalk.
It’s horrifying beyond words.
The two girls are being charged with felony murder.
It was a horrific and shocking crime, that has rocked the nation.
And how did CNN describe the murder scene?
In the most idiotic way possible.
They called it an “accident” and “assault.”
The man is dead.
And boy, oh boy, did CNN feel the wrath for it.
This is probably one of CNN’s lowest moments – and that’s saying a lot because they have had MANY huge low moments.
Here’s the tweet CNN published and here’s what they said: “Police said the girls, 13 and 15, assaulted an Uber Eats driver with a Taser while carjacking him, which led to an accident in which he was fatally injured.”https://platform.twitter.com/embed/Tweet.html?dnt=true&embedId=twitter-widget-0&frame=false&hideCard=false&hideThread=false&id=1375881068847509504&lang=en&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.waynedupree.com%2F2021%2F03%2Fcnn-uber-eats-carjacking%2F&theme=light&widgetsVersion=e1ffbdb%3A1614796141937&width=500px
The backlash was harsh and swift. Here’s what people said:
“An immigrant was murdered in cold blood during a car jacking. It’s on video. CNN called it an “accident.””https://platform.twitter.com/embed/Tweet.html?dnt=true&embedId=twitter-widget-1&frame=false&hideCard=false&hideThread=false&id=1375959993657094144&lang=en&origin=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.waynedupree.com%2F2021%2F03%2Fcnn-uber-eats-carjacking%2F&theme=light&widgetsVersion=e1ffbdb%3A1614796141937&width=500px
“You people are literally soulless sickos. It was a MURDER, not an “accident”…my God”
“Led to an accident? He was murdered. #AsianLivesMatter you goons.”
“HE WAS MURDERED!!!’
“I can’t believe what I just read. This poor guy died?? 13 and 15! What the hell!”
“Two girls murdered a man after car jacking him. Fixed it for you.”
“Well the two girls were more worried about their phone being left in the car than the man they murdered but so were the police and the guardsmen that were standing right there too. This is a super weak headline.”
“It was murder.”
“They killed him. Do you speak English?”
“They murdered him and one of the girls was more concerned with her cellphone still being in the car than the man she just murdered laying dead on the sidewalk. Who raises sociopaths like this?”
“People think they can get away with this because people like @CNN refer to it as an accident.”
“They murdered him. The teens murdered the driver. You are allowed to say that.”
“…”led to AN ACCIDENT IN WHICH HE WAS FATALLY INJURED?” @CNN
those little girls murdered him wtf is wrong with your headline”
“They murdered him. @Cnn it’s okay to say so.”
“Led to an accident? More like drove him to his death and brutally killed him.”
“Is this your way of saying “mostly peaceful” Carjacking? Come on, they murdered this guy by driving into lamp posts while he’s half way in the car….. then overturning the vehicle. Brutal, intentional act.”
“«Fatally injured», really CNN? That was a murder, and the two girls are a violent criminals and they killed a man. In fact: One of the girls, after killed that man, it’s only worried for she’s cell phone was still in the car.”
“This is an absolutely vile and disgusting portrayal of what actually happened. The “accident” was caused solely by two thugs trying to steal a car. It was murder.”
““Fatally injured” is a weird way to say MURDERED.”
“It’s felony murder.”
“THEY DRAGGED HIM!!!!”
“Two girls murdered a guy”
“It wasn’t an accident, it was murder during the commission of a felony”
“They robbed & murdered a guy doing his job in difficult times. Cut the shit.”
“Those little monsters killed that man. They can spend the rest of their natural lives in an 8 by 8 cell reflecting on their choice.”
CNN is just shameful.
They’ll do anything to keep their “narrative” goin, @cnn that is!