Is this the dumbest Daily Mail front page of all time? The internet thinks so...
The Daily Mail has done some shocking headlines in the past. But this one, on their front page this morning, may just be the dumbest one they've ever done.
It seems they've figured out how to google stuff, and now think that Google is the enemy of the people.
SERIOUSLY have you seen the Daily Mail's front page today? It's literally the dumbest thing I've ever seen & I watched all 6 series of Lost. pic.twitter.com/DhLZ4cO2y1— Sophie Cope (@SophieCope) March 24, 2017
The Daily Mail was recently awarded the coveted accolade of 'Newspaper of the Year' pic.twitter.com/d2VJjOJ1WS— Alex (@alex_titcomb) March 24, 2017
People are outraged by how dumb the headline is, and that it took three Daily Mail journalists to figure out how to Google how to drive a car into people.
Mostly they've been mocking them for their incompetence.
It took three Daily Mail journalists to Google how to drive a car into a crowd of people. NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR. pic.twitter.com/y7oNbQ5Dg0— hrtbps (@hrtbps) March 23, 2017
Let's just run that through the Daily Mail to Human translator pic.twitter.com/ZZVtz7GjV1— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) March 23, 2017
yesterday it took me 2 mins on web to find a pamphlet promoting fascist ideology— James Fisher (@JamDanFish) March 24, 2017
Google, The Daily Mail pic.twitter.com/x3xkMX9pEG
This terrorist guide uncovered by 3 intrepid journalists at the Daily Mail? Is it the Highway Code? I think it should be banned.— Nigel Wootton (@NigelWootton1) March 24, 2017
Yesterday it took me less than 2 seconds on "web" to find a terror manual called "The Daily Mail" pic.twitter.com/rdP5d2tGxc— Self. Pithy. (@Self_Pithy) March 24, 2017
well I for one am glad that the good people at the Daily Mail have discovered Google dot com— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) March 23, 2017
Yesterday to took me 2mins on the web to find out the Daily Mail often have to retract stuff they've made up & once supported the Nazis. pic.twitter.com/Kk2W76QuPH— Andrew Spooner (@andrewspoooner) March 24, 2017
Did the Daily Mail also use Google to see if there are guides to using knives on people and not just food. Fucks sake.— Ellen Cole (@ellcol) March 24, 2017
The daily mail is sure special pic.twitter.com/pW0RD44iqi— CL4P-TP (@BaconSensei) March 24, 2017
In summary: Stop it. Please. Stop.
The Daily Mail saying Google is allied with terrorism for providing murderous driving manuals... You ok DM? Taken ur meds this morning? pic.twitter.com/1vUoKMIbK0— Liv Bridge (@LivBridge94) March 24, 2017