Watch CNN’s Brian Stelter Get Confronted Over His Network’s Bias (VIDEO)

Project Veritas released a series of videos last week, exposing the bias of CNN for all to see.

Thy saved one of the best videos for last.

It shows CNN host Brian Stelter being confronted about the network’s bias and asked questions he clearly does not want to answer.

Townhall has details:

Watch What Happens When Brian Stelter Gets Confronted About Project Veritas Videos Exposing CNN

Despite being host of CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” which “examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover,” Brian Stelter didn’t seem too interested in speaking with a Project Veritas reporter who confronted him about the organization’s videos released this week that exposed his colleague talking about bias and propaganda at the network.

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“I feel really bad for you,” Stelter told the PV reporter while sporting a sweatshirt that read, “Journalism Matters. Now More Than Ever.”

“Do you report any news that [CNN President] Jeff Zucker doesn’t directly tell you to report?” the PV employee asked.

In one of the videos exposing CNN, technical director Charlie Chester explains why the network hyped the COVID-19 death count—“fear really drives numbers,” he explained.

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See the video below:

Brian Stelter is one of the worst hosts at CNN when it comes to propaganda and bias. He deserved this.

CNN’s ratings have utterly collapsed in recent months.

Isn’t that a shame?


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