When it comes to sounding like the media’s mouthpiece for pushing Democrat talking points, it’s hard to beat CNN’s Brian Stelter, who has singled out programs and networks who aren’t doing enough to push allegations against Trump as fact:
Video: CNN;s @BrianStelter upset not enough media attention on Trump and Russia: “I was watching Good Morning America this weekend and both mornings they led with snowstorms and scares at malls…How can a morning show not lead with this drama?” pic.twitter.com/oYVsZsgxGp
— Brent Baker (@BrentHBaker) January 13, 2019
Brian Stelter thinks 2,000 minutes of Russia obsession from the network evening news is a pittance. Paltry. Insufficient. Who's covering SNOW when we've got to get impeachment going? https://t.co/NpRmYBzzRn
— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) January 14, 2019
And by “drama” we assume Stelter mean the preferred Democrat narrative.
Maybe the other networks are starting to realize the weekly “bombshells” propped up by CNN never come to any form of fruition!
— Paul Reiser (@iaendzoner) January 13, 2019
Stelter is day time drama: as the stomach turns https://t.co/gY7e5X3PGO
— Victoria Miller (@vmiller1234) January 13, 2019
Liberal tears because Americans would rather focus on actual new rather than their fairy tale narrative. https://t.co/cHsWnohkbh
— Just Peachy in Georgia (@ArtiesOther) January 14, 2019
Obviously Stelter believes that criticizing media outlets is a grave threat to democracy and the First Amendment unless he’s the one doing it.
To change your comments display name, click here.