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Mark Dice Meets Jim Acosta, and the Insults Start Flying

The legacy media is dying. Let’s try not to laugh at them too much, because they’re very delicate. They just can’t handle much ribbing because they’re delicate, sensitive creatures, who require gentle handling.

Remember the “learn to code” controversy? Well, it wasn’t really a controversy. It was the mainstream media taunting Midwestern production workers whose jobs were sent overseas. And then it was conservative Twitter users taunting those same media jackals when their impending bout with obsolescence became a reality.

That’s the kind of angst that CNN’s Jim Acosta is dealing with.

Those of us in the alternative media and the legacy media are always going at it like cats and dogs. But you don’t get to see in-person, up-front and personal confrontations all that often. When you do, it’s hilarious, because they have no sense of humor.

Just watch the clip where Mark Dice runs into the handmaiden of deceptive grandstanding — Jim Acosta. What we want you to notice is how Acosta walks off in a direction he certainly did not plan on going in order to escape Mark Dice. It’s funny how he pretends to be nonchalant.

Watch below.


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