No... I don't Think So

On November 22nd, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was riding in his motorcade through the streets of Dallas, when he took an assassin's bullet to the head and was killed. 

It was one of the darkest days in American history.

The event was capture by a single camera, the film being shot by a citizen named Abraham Zapruder. Who made the short trip from his house, film camera in hand to watch the President pass by. 

The Zapruder film is one of the single most important pieces of video every shot. 

Until now, 

When the wrong movie was announced as best picture at the Oscar's, CNN media critic Brian Stelter compared that to the video of President John F. Kennedy being killed. 

Yep....this is CNN.

Also, Stelter did not let up on his comparisons of how big this simple mistake was.  

He compared the the Oscar oops to Trump winning the election and the Super Bowl going into overtime. 


By the way Brian, the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series for the first time in 108 years, might have deserved a spot on the "Stelter list". 

You know, next to the Zapruder film.