Newsweek reporter upon being told GOP beer party report fake news: ‘Who gives a s***?’

Newsweek Eichenwald fake newsEarlier today, we reported that Newsweek senior writer Kurt Eichenwald blew a gasket after Republicans voted to repeal and replace Obamacare.  As part of his insane rant, he referenced a report that Republicans allegedly had a beer party afterward.  But as we noted here, the report was false.  Nevertheless, Eichenwald could not have cared less that the report he referenced was fake news, Twitchy said.

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The Daily Caller’s Peter Hasson said he reached out to inform Eichenwald the report was false.

His response, according to Hasson: “Do you realize who gives a sh*t?”

Probably will.

“That kind of response is unfortunately not unexpected,” Twitchy said.

Exactly.  Meanwhile, this is the type of person who wants to silence conservative blogs like this one.  Can you say, “hypocrite?”

Bingo…  He does work for MSNBC, however…

That’s easy.  He’s a liberal, therefore subject to a different set of standards than everyone else…

It sure seems that’s the case.


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