Someone who actually knows Brian Stelter in real life needs to step in and stop him from watching Fox News from here on out.
We don’t know anyone on Twitter who spends as much time watching and tweeting obsessively about the news outlet as much as Brian does. Honestly, you’d think he works for Fox News with the amount of attention he gives them and brings their way in social media.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) July 8, 2018
Ooh! He used exclamation marks! He must REALLY mean this!
Because you know, CNN never allows their guests to go ‘over the line.’
Dana Loesch recalls it differently (like the rest of us):
I agree, but I recall you were fairly quiet when one of your guests said that I didn’t care about children’s lives, was the CEO of the gun lobby, and owned congress. https://t.co/nYZG8DrqgP
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) July 9, 2018
Oh yeah, that.
We all remember that time Brian interviewed David Hogg and let him babble about a bunch of false facts and fake news, so really in the grand scheme of things, Bri has zero room to criticize anyone else for allowing a guest to go over the line.
And gosh, he didn’t reply to Dana just yet.
That’s different, well, because, identity politics and all…
— Steve McKasson (@Steve_McKasson) July 9, 2018
Because CNN this or Democrats that.
Love how @brianstelter follows so many conservatives like Dana cause he can’t get any real news from his own side 😂😂
— OwlLover (@OwlLove40054061) July 9, 2018
Awwww, so THAT’S why he’s so obsessed.
It all makes sense finally.
Stop making good points, liberal heads are exploding.
— AskASoutherner (@AllThingSouthrn) July 9, 2018
Seriously, it’s getting a little messy around here.
Check this out …
"What would Trump do without Fox News?"
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) July 9, 2018
We told you he’s obsessed.