There is nothing better than watching liberals turn on one another, but it is even better when caught on television.

Ok, here is the backstory on this shining Wednesday morning gem for us all to swoon over. As you know, CNN is the largest purveyor of fake news, but of course, they do not see it that way at all. However, the more they “report” the information, the more people begin to see what a total joke they indeed are.

For example, not too long ago, the CNN media hacks were on live television mocking Joe Rogan when he contracted COVID-19 and decided to treat it with Ivermectin. Of course, that had the entire “fake news” network collapse into childish giggles, mocking Rogan for using “horse dewormer.”

Rogan was not ingesting the form of Ivermectin made for animals, but the state of Ivermectin produced for human ingestion.

Also, this prestigious news network failed to mention that Ivermectin was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 for its “immeasurable” benefits to humans.

I suppose that slipped their minds when reporting the news, right?

Rogan, heated over being lied about on national news, hit back by interviewing CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. During the interview, Rogan forced Gupta to admit that CNN “shouldn’t have said that,” referring to the dishonest framing that claimed Rogan ingested a “horse dewormer.”

After the segment aired, Gupta went back on the network and continued to poke fun at Rogan, but one of CNN’s contributors had enough and called them all out.

CNN contributor Mary Katharine Ham torched her employer Friday for its “dishonest” reporting on Joe Rogan and Ivermectin.

Writing on social media, Ham affirmed Rogan’s criticisms, explaining CNN decided to “dunk” on Rogan instead of providing viewers with accurate coverage about Rogan’s bout with COVID-19.

“Rogan is right that it’s dishonest to say he took horse dewormer when he did not. It was irresistible to dunk on him for a lot of people, so they went with that instead of sticking to ‘hey, this anti-parasitic isn’t recommended for COVID treatment,’ which would’ve been credible,” Ham said.

Ham ratcheted up her criticism in a follow-up, describing CNN’s “horse dewormer” framing as “horses**t.”

“Agreed, I’m not looking to explicate the entire Ivermectin fight in one tweet. That was shorthand for a pronouncement that would have been more suitable than he’s taking horse dewormer,’ which is just straight, well, horses**t. I’m happy for folks to take it safely & half expect,” she said.

So there you have it, folks.

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