Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany took the network to task with a tweet Wednesday that summed up the “revealing few days” for CBS News.
“NOT good,” she wrote.
The criticism began Friday when CBS News drew sharp reactions over a report that critics called full-throated Democratic activism.
In a piece first titled, “3 ways companies can help fight ジョージア‘s restrictive new voting law,” CBS Money Watch reporter Khristopher J. Brooks appeared to offer advice on how corporations can put political pressure on Georgia Republicans, who had just enshrined sweeping 選挙 law changes.
On Friday night, CBS News shared the article on social media, which sparked an intense backlash. The tweet has since been taken down as of Saturday.
“LOL this tweet is outright partisan advocacy,” Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy reacted.
CBS also appeared to update its headline, which on Saturday read: “Activists are calling on big companies to challenge new voting laws. Here’s what they’re asking for.”