Twitter users continue to question Steve Scully’s claim that his account was hacked

Twitter users continue to question C-SPAN Steve Scully’s claim that his Twitter account was hacked.

Responding to C-SPAN’s official explanation for the hack, Matt Wolking wrote “No one believes this. No one.”

Andrew Kerr wrote:

According to web archives, @SteveScully‘s tweet to @Scaramucci last night was sent via Twitter for iPhone The last ~20 tweets posted by Scully’s account were all sent via Twitter for iPhone.

Yashar Ali pointed out Steve Scully also claimed to be hacked in 2012 AND 2013.

If we are to believe Scully’s Twitter account was recently hacked, then it would be the third time since 2012.

Scully then apparently DELETED his previous claims that his Twitter account was hacked.

Anthony Scaramucci, the recipient of the alleged “hack” tweet wrote:

“I accept @SteveScully at his word. Let’s not cancel anymore people from our culture for absolutely something like this. It’s insignificant. He is an objective journalist.”

He added in a separate tweet “A debate moderator tweeting something innocuous at me is getting 10x more air time on @FoxNews than six white supremacist terrorists planning to kidnap Gov. @gretchenwhitmer after @realDonaldTrump tweeted “LIBERATE MICHIGAN!” + told Proud Boys to “stand by”, among other things.”

President Trump himself wrote “[email protected], the Never Trumper next debate moderator, got caught cold. Pulled out the old, “I’ve been hacked”, line. That never works. His bosses are furious at him as he’s lost all credibility!”