CBS net collection “The Good Battle” is under fire for tweeting out an image from the present that includes an inventory of words topped with “Assassinate,” “President” and “Trump” in succession.
The official Twitter account of Christine Baranski-starring “The Good Spouse” spinoff — which screens on CBS All-Entry — on Friday posted a screenshot from a March 28 episode that includes the listing of “goal words,” which additionally included “Eradicate” adopted by “Mar-a-Lago.”
“Hmmm… a few of these goal words look somewhat acquainted. Did you catch any easter eggs on this scene from The One The place Diane Joins The Resistance,” reads the caption on the now-deleted tweet.
On the present, the listing was really being utilized by NSA analysts to trace threats — and the “easter egg” in query was speculated to be one other phrase on there, “Kalinda,” the title of a former “Good Spouse” character, based on Deadline.com.
However with no context given within the tweet, some social media customers slammed the present for showing to tweet out a risk to the president.
“Simply stopped watching something having to do with CBS, and particularly, The Good Battle. Inciting political violence? Advocating for the assassination of Donald Trump? Have you ever all misplaced your minds? I’ll be contacting your advertisers,” tweeted @knucklehead1121.
A number of customers known as for the Secret Service to analyze.
The episode the screengrab got here from was about Baranski’s legal professional character, Diane Lockhart, becoming a member of a bunch of ladies making an attempt to pull down President Trump’s approval rankings.
Her communications with the group are intercepted by the NSA analysts, who famous she’d used “5 goal words in a single sentence” from the listing.
Different words on the listing included “Mueller,” “Scully,” “Colbert,” Roswell” and “Kushner.”