He pinned her to the floor and molested her, then he asked a question that's still seared on her mind http://t.co/LUwgi0YLTn
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 25, 2013
Yglesias says yes. What do you think?
Addendum (1/23/2014): This, too:
14-year-old girl stabbed her little sister 40 times, police say. The reason why will shock you. http://t.co/5ZFqHFrviw
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) January 23, 2014
Mordecai, Wemple, and PRNewser's Patrick Coffee say yes. Yet according to Bitly, this tweet generated almost 100,000 clicks!
how many clicks cnnworthy's tweet got :/ https://t.co/XJzBkTF6wf pic.twitter.com/7v84XZujtn
— samir mezrahi (@samir) January 23, 2014
Addendum (2/4/2014): And the hits just keep on comin':
Addendum (5/25/2014): And let's not forget this one.
Addendum (5/27/2014): Or this one:
He served in Iraq and came back broken. But he wasn't wounded. It wasn't PTSD. No one could explain it. http://t.co/aLvLUA3Obz
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 26, 2014
Addendum (8/9/2014): And this:
You won't believe what this university president did to raise his workers’ wages: http://t.co/4RDAHQKFol— msnbc (@msnbc) August 9, 2014