@mmfa @davidbrockdc "Unethical practices…" Wow — project much, guys?
— Gaia Mafia (@GaiaMafia) June 23, 2014
Media Matters’ chairman and founder David Brock doesn’t like the Washington Free Beacon’s reporting about Hillary Clinton, and has alerted the media to question the WFB’s methods:
.@davidbrockdc writes a letter advising the media of the Free Beacon's unethical practices: http://t.co/5C9VQ364k2
— Media Matters (@mmfa) June 23, 2014
Is anybody else getting this feeling?
Hey @MMFA / @DavidBrockDC! pic.twitter.com/lYwhSLh0xJ
— RBe (@RBPundit) June 23, 2014
The only response many could muster was to point and laugh:
@mmfa @davidbrockdc hahahahahahaha
— Pero (@Prof_Tallington) June 23, 2014
@davidbrockdc A news advisory from @mmfa now that's rich.
— Astronauta (@Mi_Astronauta) June 23, 2014
Actually, "unethical practices" would be writing incredibly biased articles and then claiming to be objective. @mmfa @davidbrockdc
— Casey Kim (@caseykim12) June 23, 2014
@davidbrockdc unethical is using the word media in your name @mmfa
— Kevin (@kevinpost) June 23, 2014
@mmfa @davidbrockdc shorter MMFA:any investigative journalism critical of dems is unethical. Making stuff up about R's is real journalism
— Blake Pine (@LetsBanEvrythng) June 23, 2014
The Free Beacon remains undeterred:
This is awesome. RT @FreeBeacon: Good luck refuting this one! @mmfa and @davidbrockdc http://t.co/rntz0ll1Le
— brad (@bdaw73) June 23, 2014
Your move, Media Matters.
Free Beacon banned from Clinton Presidential Library for reporting on Hillary
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/06/23/nottheonion-david-brock-accusing-free-beacon-of-unethical-practices-causes-lolol/