Brian Stelter Links New Hampshire Church Shooting to Trump Meme Video

Washington Free Beacon | 10/14/2019 | Cameron Cawthorne
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CNN's Brian Stelter on Sunday erroneously linked a church shooting in New Hampshire to a violent meme video of President Donald Trump shooting the media in the "Church of Fake News."

In his nightly newsletter, Stelter included a tweet from New York magazine's Olivia Nuzzi slamming the meme video.

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"How disconnected from humanity must you be to find humor in a depiction of a mass shooting of journalists inside a church—knowing, surely, that Americans have been slaughtered in churches & newsrooms, that it's not a fantasy for the families that those shootings made incomplete?" Nuzzi wrote.

In between the text of two of Nuzzi's tweets, Stelter linked to news of a New Hampshire shooting that occurred a day before the New York Times reported on the Trump meme, implying that they might be connected.

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That shooting involved a New Hampshire man opening fire at a wedding at New England Pentecostal Ministries church in Pelham, N.H. The alleged shooter is the stepson of a minister who earlier this month was shot to death by the son of the groom, according...
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