As Twitchy told you, Mollie Hemingway was among the many who couldn’t help but notice that Brian Stelter forgot to include CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill’s recent anti-Israel, anti-Semitic rant at the U.N. in his wrap-up of “all the media news of the past 24 hours.”
But if there’s one thing we’ve come to understand about Brian Stelter, it’s that he can always — always — manage to come off looking even worse than he already looked. And once again, Mollie Hemingway’s shining a pretty blinding spotlight on Stelter’s penchant for hackery:
Hoo boy, this video ages really poorly even when you don't remember that the media were histrionically blaming Trump for hundreds of threats that turned out to come from an Israeli teenager. @brianstelter's words in particular are self-condemning today. https://t.co/qnKStiOVnH
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) November 29, 2018
Hell yeah, they are. Let’s watch:
"Trump fails to condemn rise in anti-semitic attacks." This is going to haunt him… https://t.co/99z3JPXWTZ
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) February 17, 2017
Oooooooof. Words are coming back to haunt someone, all right. But that someone is not Donald Trump.
This is going to haunt Brian
— Annette Liko (@AnnieLiko) November 29, 2018
It certainly should.
Have you gone on-air to condemn your @CNN colleague's call to destroy Israel and his rationalization of terrorism against Jews, using Hamas's very own words? Or is that different? https://t.co/SIqmFQwKKO
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 29, 2018
Of course it’s different. Because this time, the anti-Semitism is coming from inside the house.