CNN's Stelter Compares Trump's America to Soviet Union

June 29th, 2020 3:14 PM

CNN’s Brian Stelter kicked off Sunday’s edition of Reliable Sources by asking “what is the cost of lies?” Stelter noted that those were the first words of the HBO miniseries “Chernobyl,” which dramatized the 1986 nuclear disaster in the Soviet Union. After describing “secrecy, state deception, and endemic lying” as the main themes of Chernobyl, Stelter proceeded to compare…


Stelter Sets Up Moyers to Smear Trump Fans as Wanting Reporters DEAD

June 29th, 2020 7:46 AM

On CNN’s Reliable Sources on Sunday, Brian Stelter lamented that Facebook was “radicalizing” people with allowing all this divisive speech on its platform. Then he welcomed on longtime PBS omnipresence Bill Moyers, who suggested it was a popular T-shirt at Trump rallies to suggest journalists should be lynched.


Stelter Credits China-Owned App Users for Trump Rally ‘Sabotage’

June 21st, 2020 4:00 PM

It wasn’t long ago that CNN media reporter Brian Stelter was decrying social media platforms like Facebook who weren’t going full bore against President Trump. But during Sunday’s so-called “Reliable Sources,” Stelter found a social media platform he loved: the China-owned video platform TikTok. According to Stelter, one TikTok user’s plan to “sabotage” or “prank” the Trump campaign…


Pre-Rally Brian Stelter: Trump 'Lied' About Tiny, Boring Biden Event

June 20th, 2020 9:43 PM

During live CNN coverage before Trump's Saturday night rally, CNN's Brian Stelter oddly said the president "lied" on Twitter about the "small crowd" at a Biden event...because almost no one was there. The New York Times had a whole story on how small and silent it was. But CNN was all about taunting the president over the disappointing attendance.


Stelter Cries Trump 'Abuse of Power,' Forgets His Own Obama Reporting

June 15th, 2020 7:14 AM

Brian Stelter insisted President Trump tweeting harsh words on Comcast was an egregious "abuse of power," and an aberration of American history. Stelter can't seem to remember his own history, because he reported on Team Obama trashing Fox News as not a "legitimate news organization."


Stelter Lashes Out, Tells Trump Lawyer Her Kids Will Be Ashamed of Her

June 14th, 2020 2:43 PM

Towards the end of a very heated and contentious argument with Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis during Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN host Brian Stelter was so triggered by being called “fake news” that he angrily lashed out at his guest; telling her that in 10 to 20 years her kids and grandkids were long to look back on her work for President Trump with disgust.

Brian Stelter's Bizarre Attack on Fox's 'Riot Lie'

June 10th, 2020 11:57 AM

CNN host Brian Stelter led his June 9 "Reliable Sources" newsletter with a truly weird angle: that it was bizarre for Fox News to still fixate on rioting a week after it happened. This, from the liberal media that has adored replaying Trump statements on the coronavirus from February? 


OWNED: Stelter Deletes Tweets Doubting D.C. Church Was Ablaze (It Was)

May 31st, 2020 11:41 PM

As America burned for yet another night on Sunday, CNN’s Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter continued to live tweet as the liberal media’s janitor, defending the profession that’s helped gaslight, encourage, and support rioters that have committed arson, looting, and destroying livelihoods. Instead, they offer excuses. On Sunday, he tried to fact-check former Daily Caller writer…


Stelter Blames Trump for Press Being Targeted By Police, Rioters

May 31st, 2020 2:23 PM

In the past few days, we’ve seen disturbing videos and reports of journalists getting brutalized from both sides of recent clashes: rioters beating them, damaging and stealing equipment, and police arresting and shooting reporters with rubber bullets or pepper spray balls while they just try to report. But according to CNN’s media analyst and Reliable Sources host, Brian Stelter,…

Column: New York Media Corona-Coddle Cuomo

May 27th, 2020 6:33 AM
A bevy of bloggers on the right have highlighted one of the most dramatic examples of comparative coronavirus bias: Those reckless southern Republican governors in Georgia or Florida who allegedly love commerce more than human lives, versus New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, our apparent national lodestar of competence. One side gets the heat, the other gets his press conferences broadcast live…

Stelter Insists Media Acts in 'Good Faith,' As He Proves He Doesn't

May 25th, 2020 10:44 AM
CNN Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter said something fascinating on his show Sunday. He complained to New York Times media columnist Ben Smith that "I don't know how to show folk that journalists are mostly acting in good faith. Here's how a show allegedly focused on journalism fails to show good faith. Stelter had on a writer from The Atlantic to discuss the coronavirus and never…

Brian Stelter Lectures About 'Basic Decency,' But Fails To Show It

May 17th, 2020 4:37 PM
CNN Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter is so robotically repetitive in his anti-Trump speeches that he actually boasted on Sunday that he was repeating word-for-word a 2017 lecture on Trump’s anti-media rhetoric being “poison.” He began by declaring “The American press is stronger than any demagogue, but President Trump’s attacks present real challenges.”

CNN Cheers CNN Poll Saying CNN Is 'Most Trusted!' CNN Very Excited!

May 15th, 2020 10:30 AM
CNN has some very exciting news to tell you about CNN. According to a CNN poll, CNN is the "most trusted news source" on cable TV. Who better to trust than CNN when talking about how great CNN is? In order to boost its prestige, the cable news channel had to conduct its own poll, which of course produced good numbers and a high percentage of “trust” among those surveyed…

Forthcoming Anti-Fox Book from Stelter Shifts to Coronavirus Shaming

May 13th, 2020 3:03 PM
Under the less than complimentary web address, Simon & Schuster is promoting Brian Stelter's "urgent" Fox-hating book Hoax, now scheduled for release in August. The book has shifted to zero in on coronavirus, with the natural assumption that Fox News "misinformation" enhanced sickness and death.