CNN isn’t a fan of President Trump, they’ve made that abundantly clear. During the Kavanaugh hearings, CNN and the most of the media kept harkening back to things Brett Kavanaugh supposedly did in his past, more than 30 years ago.
Fortunately, CNN and everyone else trying to take down Kavanaugh failed and he’s now a justice on the Supreme Court. However, now one member of that same media now has a major problem and it didn’t happen not even close to 30 years ago.
Controversial tweets from Kaitlan Collins, the CNN White House reporter, have resurfaced and they aren’t good.
— LogCabinRepublicans (@LogCabinGOP) October 7, 2018
In the tweets, Collins refers to someone as a “fag” and says that she’s unsure whether she wants to room with a lesbian.
Collins has since posted a tweet apologizing for the tweets, but social media hasn’t been so forgiving.
When I was in college, I used ignorant language in a few tweets to my friends. It was immature but it doesn’t represent the way I feel at all. I regret it and apologize.
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) October 7, 2018
So what you're saying is, we shouldn't judge someone (no pun intended) by the way they acted in college? Or, say, high school?
— Jeff Crenshaw (@JeffCren) October 8, 2018
We need to see your high school yearbook….now.
— TheFracDog (@TheFracDog) October 8, 2018
So did Roseanne. It didn't seem to work. Personally, I don't think either of you deserves to be booted for what you said in a Tweet, but apparently, these are the rules we're playing by now. This is the monster the left has created.
— Rachel 🐶💙🇺🇸 (@RaychelTania) October 8, 2018
Double talk much? Hypocrite
— Reece Edwards (@TherealReece69) October 8, 2018
Hey, I get it, these are the rules the Left has set up. Search and destroy. Find something undesirable in someone’s past and attempt to ruin their career and to a certain extent their life. They’ve gone after people for what they’ve said and/or done in the past.
This looking into someone’s past for something they’ve either said or done that wasn’t their proudest moment, something they regret, has to stop. If not, we’re all going to become victim of it eventually. Anyone who says they’ve done something in their past they aren’t proud of are lying.
Point is, conservatives have the opportunity to be the bigger people and just stop this search and destroy tactic. Calling for the young woman’s job for something that she posted seven years ago seems a bit harsh.
Would you want something distasteful dredged up from your past and have it affect your present and/or future? No.