CNN hall monitor Brian Stelter is on the beat, watching Fox News like everyone else and picking apart everything he sees, particularly the opinion segments. He also seems to be triggered by a misspelling — something CNN never does.
If you remember, Rep. Chris Stewart used his time Friday to ask former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch two simple questions:
Bravo from @RepChrisStewart, who just summarized this whole hearing:
Q: "Do you have any information regarding POTUS accepting bribes?"
Q: Do you have any evidence of any criminal activity from POTUS?"
That, there, should be the ballgame
— Mark Meadows (@RepMarkMeadows) November 15, 2019
Anyway, Stelter seems upset that Fox News is reporting that Yovanovitch admitted the president didn’t commit a crime.
Fox banner, with Yovanovitch's name misspelled, says "YOVANOVICH ADMITS PRESIDENT DIDN'T COMMIT CRIME"
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) November 16, 2019
However you spell it, she did, in fact, say he did not commit a crime.
Do you dispute she said that? https://t.co/38uyh3Lgy7
— BayAreaFrau (@bayareahausfrau) November 16, 2019
All three witnesses were asked directly if they had knowledge of crimes committed by the president. They all answered NO.
Fox being more honest than CNN. pic.twitter.com/VskbeypnXg
— 🇺🇸 Todd 🇺🇸 (@ttbardj) November 16, 2019
So what? That’s exactly what she stated under oath.
— OCONUS LURES & Confidential Informants In The News (@drawandstrike) November 16, 2019
Tubby's CNN banner, says "YOVANOVITCH ADMITS PRESIDENT HAD DIFFERENT FOREIGN POLICY THAN SHE DID. HOW DARE HE. SHE'S IN CHARGE!"
— Vern Demerest (@TxAv8r) November 16, 2019
I'm so sorry this is happening to you
— Terry (@lesserclaypool) November 16, 2019
Thanks for spelling that out for us and your point is we’re well into this and they’ve still not found a crime
— Ian Campbell (@hunbutone) November 16, 2019
— Michael J Moniz (@michaeljmoniz) November 16, 2019
Dumb crap like this is why people can't stand you. I bet you were a snitch and a teacher's pet while growing up.
— timf141 (@timf141) November 16, 2019
Brian’s whole case rests on spelling, imagine that
— Subzero (@Paul48210662) November 16, 2019
Are you for real? Is this what you do?
— JMR Philomathia (@JMR1834) November 16, 2019
— Mortis (@WitchyDruss) November 16, 2019
Always on the big story!
— Zotzer (@zotzer) November 16, 2019
Great job Brian! Nothing gets past you!
— Highbrow Haze (@HighbrowHaze) November 16, 2019
Dude, look at your life.
— Smokin Monkey (@ARaised_Eyebrow) November 16, 2019
The only crime was misspelling her name!
— Wags (@CARLWAGNER2) November 16, 2019
We finally figured it out folks.
If we throw in a misspelling, @brianstelter will accidentally report the news!
— Ben Orr 🤷♂️ (@theREALbenORR) November 16, 2019
— Told You So ℹ (@sandydmohler) November 16, 2019
If you're employed by CNN, calling out network banners will always be like throwing rocks in glass houses. People can just Google some of the greatest hits of CNN banners and see for themselves.
— Invisible Constituent (@JustGreggo) November 16, 2019
Stelter was just asking for it.
— Conservative Blonde Woman (@GolightlyGrl427) November 16, 2019
— Phyliss Walker (@pdkwalk) November 16, 2019
— Nightroad (@Griffs1999) November 16, 2019
— Hugh MFB (@hughknowit) November 16, 2019
— Denise (@neeceetx) November 16, 2019
Like Stelter himself said when defending his segment on Trump’s Twitter typos, “accuracy always matters.”
‘Accuracy always matters’: Brian Stelter explains the point of covering Trump’s Twitter typos https://t.co/RLzky6v8eq
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 5, 2019