According to a report from Fox News, CNN was under heavy criticism after a headline on Senate Democrats blocking financial relief for small businesses was suddenly changed.
The White House and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have encouraged the passing of a $250 billion urgent request to help the depleting small businesses.
Democrats blocked the effort because they wanted add-ons to help “disadvantaged communities” and an additional $250 billion to fund other priorities.
The first headline published at 10:36 a.m was, “Democrats block GOP-led funding boost for small business aid program.”
A second headline quickly donned the same article at 11:15 am reading, “Senate at stalemate over more COVID-19 aid after Republicans and Democrats block competing proposals.”
CNN wasting no time to provide cover for Democrats.
10:36 AM 11:15 AM pic.twitter.com/Zz5T1cr9Vt
— Ben Goldey (@BenGoldey) April 9, 2020
Senator Ted Cruz responded, “Gee, it’s almost as if CNN has a partisan agenda…”
Buck Sexton said, “The intellectual gymnastics that CNN will engage in to pretend this is the GOP’s fault will be Olympian.”
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Gee, it’s almost as if CNN has a partisan agenda…. https://t.co/1KBbvEu3u3
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) April 9, 2020
Lol they’ve already started! pic.twitter.com/pCtOF3aYLL
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) April 9, 2020
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) April 9, 2020
This has become the most predictable two-step in politics. Somebody accidentally writes what happened and then the in-house Democrat stenography team deploys the mind eraser. https://t.co/HLMCMjstFo
— Josh Holmes (@HolmesJosh) April 9, 2020
More from Fox News:
“I don’t think the explanation for this change is going to make the @brianstelter newsletter,” conservative commentator Stephen Miller poked fun at CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter.
“This has become the most predictable two-step in politics. Somebody accidentally writes what happened and then the in-house Democrat stenography team deploys the mind eraser,” former McConnell chief of staff Josh Holmes wrote.