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this morning: "There was a rush to judgment, I think it was mostly in the celebrity press and among activists and among Twitter people. I think it was a really careful reporting by news organizations. But it all gets lumped in together at the end of the day..." pic.twitter.com/165Dn3HI7p
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) February 18, 2019
is a hate crime and should be treated as such! https://t.co/X7nvpycpiL
— AprilDRyan (@AprilDRyan) January 29, 2019https://twitter.com/VanityFair/status/1090308948429889536https://twitter.com/KarenAttiah/status/1090344753554690053https://twitter.com/briskwalk/status/1090343510652399616https://twitter.com/lfung/status/1090354287748608000
RT'd in the early days of the reporting on the incident: pic.twitter.com/PnwVFBh5xj
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) February 17, 2019
Brian Stelter pushed a false claim Monday morning that establishment media was “really careful” with its reporting of the Jussie Smollett hate crime hoax.
Stelter, a far-left pundit for the anti-Trump CNN, regularly spreads conspiracy theories to advance his radical agenda. Last April, Stelter told his audience Fox News controls the actions of President Trump. In June, he spread a bizarre conspiracy about First Lady Melania Trump’s disappearance, even though he knew a CNBC reporter had seen her at the White House a few days earlier.
Unraveling - Empire - Star - Jussie - Smollet
Following the unraveling of Empire star Jussie Smollet’s claim about being assaulted by two homophobic, racist Trump supporters last month in Chicago, Stelter is now spreading falsehoods in an effort to defend the media’s appalling coverage of the case.
Appearing on CNN’s basement-rated New Day with co-hosts John Avlon and Alisyn Camerota on Monday, Stelter said of the Smollett case: “There was a rush to judgment, I think it was mostly in the celebrity press and among activists and among Twitter people. I think it was a really careful reporting by news organizations. But it all gets lumped in together at the end of the day.”
Sense - Stelter - Waters - Smollett - Hoax
It makes sense for Stelter to muddy the waters like this. After all, the Smollett hoax comes fresh on the heels of the media’s starring role in the Racist Covington High School Hoax, the Brett Kavanaugh Serial-Rapist Hoax, and most of all, the imploding Trump Colluded With Russia Hoax.
Unfortunately for Stelter, his shameless spin is easily exposed as such by countless tweets, headlines, and statements made by his fellow journalists and pundits — including four high-profile staffers at CNN.
Videotape - CNN - Anchor - CNN - Brooke
Let’s start with videotape of a CNN anchor: “Absolutely despicable,” said CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on CNN Newsroom, “and this is America in 2019.”
CNN anchor Don Lemon said the following on a popular podcast: “One,...
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