Rut-roh! Pics show blue sky in Charlotte; What will lapdog media do now?!/I_Hate_Hippies/status/243796049242767361

And by Team Obama, he also means the media. As Twitchy reported, members of the media were breathlessly reporting rain in Charlotte. Except, they called it a “deluge” and a “monsoon,” and cheered “good call, Team Obama.” The lapdogs must do a happy, tail-chasing dance in order to spin for The One and all.

@snarkandboobs @TwitchyTeam When the MSM sob's "create" a non existent weather narrative as cover; we're at new lows

— Vibora Volando (@vibora_volando) September 6, 2012

Weather, like truth, is hard. Here is a little tip for the media cheerleaders: There are things called rain showers. They happen, especially in the South.

@moelane it storms almost every afternoon in Charlotte in summer!! What happened to " we go on rain or shine"? Pathetic excuse.

— MB (@nolibgal) September 6, 2012

And reports are already coming in that the 0% chance of rain this evening may bear out.

Clear weather forecast for Charlotte tonight. #DNC2012 | From Greek Columns to Greek Tragedy

— Daria DiGiovanni (@dariaanne) September 6, 2012

Skies are already clear in Charlotte.

Sky clear in Charlotte after this current small cell blows east. #emptychairnight #emptystadiumday #tcot @NBC #dnc2012 #VetThePrez #tcot

— drhoagie (D) (@drhoagie) September 6, 2012

@michellemalkin I'm sitting at my desk looking at downtown Charlotte. The sun is bright and the rain is gone (lasted maybe 10 minutes)!

— Dusty Tompkins (@DT_UNC) September 6, 2012

Judging from the Twitter feed, convention correspondents in downtown Charlotte are building an ark. Skies clear at our far-exurban hotel.

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) September 6, 2012

Blue skies in Charlotte. Why did they move the #dnc indoors? Hmmm

— Tom Dixon (@TomDixon77) September 6, 2012

Blue skies & no storms west of Charlotte. Local weatherman's prediction for beautiful night true… pity Barry was so worried about folks

— Big D (@tonnogrande) September 6, 2012

Sunny after 10 min rain@KQK2: AndreaMitchell other media report rain in Charlotte to spin empty stadium #tcot #lnyhbt

— togeebutton (@togee48) September 6, 2012

I'll leave forecasts to @weatherchannel, but Charlotte sky looks bright blue now #nbcpolitics

— Katie Primm (@katiegp) September 6, 2012

And nothing gets past CNN’s Howard Kurtz.

Is there any evidence Dems were having trouble filling the stadium? Some tweeps seem to think the rain thing was an excuse.

— HowardKurtz (@HowardKurtz) September 6, 2012

Oh, honey, bless your heart. Again.

What will media do now?

Oh nooooes. The rain just stopped in Charlotte? Quick, lapdoggies. Gather in rain prayer circle. Praaaaay!

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) September 6, 2012

By the way, lapdogs, what happened to this?

RT @GOP FLASHBACK: “Rain or shine, Obama to address Democratic convention outdoors” #DNC2012

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) September 6, 2012

Lot of "hail Obama" for stadium call after Charlotte rainstorm. But #DNC2012 said "rain or shine" & problem was potential lightning

— Toby Harnden (@tobyharnden) September 6, 2012

Exactly. Blue skies or rainy skies, it shouldn’t have mattered. But, you know, that whole size “issue.”

How far will the breathless reporting go? And will they soon have egg on their faces?

Hey can someone set up a live-cast of the skies in Charlotte during Obama's speech? I want to see the clear skies side-by-side with him.

— iLoveScienceSexually (@AceofSpadesHQ) September 6, 2012

Heh. Not allowed!

ATTN #DNC2012 Delegates Tweeting pictures of the blue sky in Charlotte are prohibited and can mean you lose your DNC ID. Thank You.

— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) September 6, 2012

Oh, our aching sides.

Update: The ominous blue skies continue.

The Thunderstorms are sneaking in over Charlotte, disguised as a Carolina Blue Sky !! Good thing Obama moved inside !!

— Brian A FarRight (@PaddleLife1028) September 6, 2012

Beautiful, calm evening in Charlotte, skies opening blue and bright, perfect weather for an outdoor stadium speech. #BreitbartDNC #DNC

— Joel Pollak (@joelpollak) September 6, 2012

Nice to see a blue sky in Charlotte. #DNC2012

— Nathan Butler (@NathanButler49) September 6, 2012

That bright blue sky over Charlotte right now sure looks menacing! #DNC2012

— Amanda Terkel (@aterkel) September 6, 2012

Absolutely POURING in Charlotte right now. Glad Obama's speech was moved indoors.

— Michael Deppisch (@deppisch) September 6, 2012

Beautiful weather in Charlotte for an outdoor speech

— Matt Connelly (@MattConnelly) September 6, 2012

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