Mainstream media seemed to have a meltdown over President Donald Trump tweeting a meme about Conan the hero Special Forces dog.
AMERICAN HERO! pic.twitter.com/XCCa2sGfsZ
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 30, 2019
— Steve Herman (@W7VOA) October 30, 2019
Trump tweeted a photo of a Medal of Honor recipient — who was edited out and replaced by a dog https://t.co/O3VWxMTt9E
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 30, 2019
They even sent people out to investigate the meme of the president giving the dog a paw medal. They even contacted the White House and checking with the Medal of Honor winner who said he thought the dog deserved it and wasn’t offended in the slightest.
But as Twitchy found, some couldn’t help but notice the difference in the way that media was dealing with Trump’s tweet as opposed to a comparable tweet of his 2016 Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Found in the archives… pic.twitter.com/iFFeqloYHM
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 20, 2019
Clinton was celebrated as a “master troll” who was “living her best life.”
A tale of two memes pic.twitter.com/LLIvqFzZqY
— Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) October 30, 2019
Why when Trump satirically and obviously doctors an image to make a point, he is faulted, but when Hillary does something similar she is celebrated? Don’t tell me it’s because he is POTUS and she is not. I wish those who do this could see the damage they’re doing to journalism. https://t.co/wzehzR16PE
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) October 31, 2019
the fact that both headlines are from nyt is just pic.twitter.com/kvuPui21ya
— Sharia Law enforcer 🕋 (@BasedKashiBar) October 30, 2019
Had Trump tweeted what she did, you know we would have been treated to a MSM coronary over how he was being disrespectful to JFK and using bad language.