‘DEEP BURN’! @Redsteeze hits Ben Rhodes and his hypotheticals where it REALLY HURTS

Earlier today, we told you about Ben Rhodes’ thought exercise regarding the media’s hypothetical coverage of Barack Obama and Kim Jong-un bro-ing it up:

Just trying to imagine what the media / political reaction would have been if Obama had lavishly embraced Kim Jong Un for those results…

— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) June 12, 2018

Rhodes got plenty of feedback from conservatives on that. But this tweet from Stephen Miller, aka @redsteeze, may have hurt the most:

Whatever you told the media their reaction should be? https://t.co/WkhD09KFjj

— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 12, 2018

Oooooooh, snap!


— Clara (@claramanoucheka) June 12, 2018

Nicely done

— Joakim Berisha (@joakim_berisha) June 12, 2018


— Bull Marty Moose (@BullMM33) June 12, 2018

Hahaha deep burn

— Mr. Cain Thaler (@Mr_Cain_Thaler) June 12, 2018

👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/LSduQ1kISf

— Meech (@michi83) June 12, 2018


— Toby Metcalf: Grillmarks are a sign of character (@Toby_Metcalf) June 12, 2018

It’s funny because it’s true.


— Michael (@Michael19711992) June 12, 2018


— Jack Doran Jr. (@jackdoranjr) June 12, 2018

On point!

— James (@jrod801347) June 12, 2018

Great response and true

— Heartland (@AmericanHeart5) June 12, 2018

This comment it so true. He would have been the one emailing out the morning talking points to the hacks.

— Gary (@GarySchlager) June 12, 2018

Most definitely.

I believe the term he used was “echo chamber”

— Says Who (@dryinyaeye) June 12, 2018

“Rhodes, 38, said in the article that it was easy to shape a favorable impression of the proposed agreement because of the inexperience of many of those covering the issue.”https://t.co/bBGlv66dhz

— jane says (@justjanedoee) June 12, 2018

“We created an echo chamber,” he told the magazine. “They [the seemingly independent experts] were saying things that validated what we had given them to say.” ~@benrhodes

— jane says (@justjanedoee) June 12, 2018

[Obama WH Ben Rhodes 2016 re Iran Deal] “The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns,” Rhodes says. “They literally know nothing…We created an echo chamber.”https://t.co/BVoy0TvJwj

— byronaaugust (@byronaaugust) June 12, 2018

Better luck next time, Ben.

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