Why would people believe so-called misinformation? It’s a pivotal question, and the left can’t bring themselves to answer it because it damns them.
CNN’s lead ranter Brian Stelter accused Tucker Carlson of being the definition of “white rage” after the Fox News host railed against proponents of critical race theory.
A spokesman for the New Jersey Democrat’s office confirmed the video is in fact legitimate and that he was in his underwear during the congressional hearing.
Twitter suspended Internet Accountability Project founder Mike Davis after he defended a post comparing Brian Stelter to the Gimp from ‘Pulp Fiction.’
If potato head Brian Stelter finds an elementary masking article to be ‘really thoughtful,’ perhaps an actual potato would be a better cable TV host.
“This is a great glimpse into what CNN thinks of their viewers,” Jashinsky said of Brian Stelter’s monologue about the importance of media vaccine selfies.
Zurawik believes Fox News deserves to be kicked out of the press pool because the channel aired complaints of voter fraud.
A lot of politicians and businessmen don’t understand that the press only has so much power as we give them. Elon Musk gets it, though.
Although the idea of an American Truth Commission on racism deserves ridicule, the reason we don’t need it is that America is not a racist country.
Federalist Co-Founder Sean Davis warned Thursday the escalating movement on the left to control and suppress speech will only lead to violence.
Other journalists at legacy outlets should be pushing back hard on the shortsighted policies Stelter is using his platform to sell under the banner of responsible journalism.
Democrats and corporate media outlets such as CNN are lobbying for right-leaning news outlets such as Fox News to be pulled from the air following a mob riot at the Capitol on Wednesday.
Two months after the New York Post published its series of exposés on Hunter Biden, new information has revealed a lot of people with a lot to be embarrassed about.
The Washington Examiner’s Susan Ferrechio slammed Brian Stelter and CNN for their lack of journalistic ethics and their double standard for Trump and Biden.
‘Conspiracy theories are so much more interesting than the truth,’ Brian Stelter said in 2016 when criticizing reporters asking questions about the status of Hillary Clinton’s health.
CNN’s Brian Stelter interprets Trump’s tweet of encouragement and positivity as “acting like he’s drinking from the fountain of youth.”
Stelter refused to acknowledge reporting on Steele dossier because he’s “a media reporter” that doesn’t “cover the dossier over the air.”
The New York Times latest report on Trump’s finances lacks the smoking gun many media talking heads are claiming it contains.
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