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A local news site wants you to get your facts straight before destroying their mentions. 

The National Enquirer kept a LITERAL SAFE of records that documented “hush money payments” during the 2016 presidential election. The tabloid essentially buried stories that would damage Trump’s campaign. 

On Thursday, National Enquirer chief David Pecker was granted immunity, and angry people took to Twitter to voice their rage. 

Except, they directed their anger at the wrong Enquirer. 

The poor Cincinnati-based local news site put out an official announcement in the form of an ASCII bunny meme

Someone, let them take a break. 

They really weren’t here for snarky comments.

And really, whoever’s tweeting these clapbacks deserves a bonus.

So before you decide to complain about our rapidly imploding state of politics on Twitter, make sure you’re tweeting at @NatEnquirer, not @Enquirer.

Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

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