This is the level of thinking over at CNN. This idiot spotted a fan dressed in a bacon suit and claimed it made him some sort of Nazi.
She tweeted it.
But the fan is famous. He is Bacon Man because his name is Michael Bakan.
CNN is a clownfart organization.
Look! He’s with the pope. He must be an anti-Semite!!
CNN guest commentator Hilary Rosen is on the hot seat after she publicly and baselessly panned a Georgetown University sports fan as anti-Semitic — because he was wearing a bacon suit during his school’s recent basketball game against Syracuse University.
It turns out the fan’s name is Michael Bakan, and he regularly wears the get-up just because his last name is pronounced like the non-Kosher breakfast staple.
“Look at the guy in the ‘bacon suit,’” Rosen wrote Saturday in a since-deleted tweet accompanied by a photo of Bakan at the game. “This is a Georgetown #Hoyas fans anti-Semitic smear to the Syracuse team.”
Rosen then fired off a second accusatory missive after Syracuse won, writing, “Hey bacon-man. #Syracuse for the win. Bigots lose. Bye #Hoyas #Cuse.”
Bakan and several of his friends took to the social-media platform later in the day to point out she was jumping to conclusions.
“Hey, it’s ‘bacon man.’ It’s actually Mr. Bakan — pronounced ‘bacon.’ Just a fun costume,” Bakan tweeted at Rosen.
Rosen tried to save her own bacon by claiming she was given some bad intel.
“Awesome, u found me!” she tweeted to Bakan. “Thanks for telling me. I’m new to this school rivalry and got some bad info! I apologize and took down my tweet.”
Rosen never clarified what “bad info” she got about the legendary ‘Cuse-Georgetown rivalry or how it had to do with Judaism.
The dope was in high-dudgeon, but is now “appreciative” that the guy she slurred reached out to educate her.