CNN’s Stelter Claims Trump Sending Military To Border Is ‘Manufactured Crisis’ From FOX News (VIDEO)

CNN’s Brian Stelter is at it again. He claims the fact that Trump is sending military to the border is a fake crisis and he blames FOX News, even though he admits that the story about the caravan approaching the border started on the left wing BuzzFeed.

News Busters reports:

CNN’s Stelter Claims Fox News Pushed ‘Manufactured Crisis’ at the Border

Stelter began the show by lambasting the recent immigration story because it supposedly “symbolizes everything that’s wrong with the Trump era. President Trump receives faulty information, then he makes impulsive decisions, and his staff has to scramble.” And he lamented “the line where Fox News ends and where Trump begins is getting blurrier by the day,” despite the fact President Obama would dine with MSNBC and other friendly media hosts as well.

He complained that once “someone” over at Fox and Friends learned about the caravan of Central American migrants heading towards the border, they “ran with it and ran with it big time.” Yet, he admitted that the article F&F read from “originally appeared in BuzzFeed” and noted, “now lots of news outlets are covering this caravan.” So, what’s the problem? According to Stelter, it’s that Trump learned about it through Fox News and a so-called “feedback loop.”

Watch the video below:

What a sad joke CNN has become.

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