As noted yesterday on Flappr, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent, Jon Karl, stepped in it yesterday, when he tweeted out images of the Rose Garden, seemingly mask-shaming John Roberts of Fox News:
Karl was rightfully ratioed for being a Karen and there was much joy among the masses, especially once it became known (via an unreal take down by @LukeRMahoney) that Karl himself chose not to wear a mask in public no less than a WEEK BEFORE:
Roberts himself did not take kindly to the Karl's twitter act, clarifying, for the record:
Fast Forward to today, and Jon Karl has sort of apologized. . . by saying that he didn't MEAN to imply Roberts was being irresponsible.
Look, Karl did the right thing, he should make good on his lousy tweet - but why pretend that he WASN'T implying that Roberts was being reckless and endangering others? That's CLEARLY why he tweeted those photos. Why not just say, "Hey, I was wrong. Sorry, John." If Karl didn't mean to "imply otherwise" . . .it begs the question:
cover image by @itbyrns