Brian Stelter working hard at CNN.
In June TGP’s Cristina Laila reported that Brian Stelter’s days were numbered at CNN.
We were right!
CNN canceled the Sunday media affairs program Reliable Sources this week.
Brian Stelter is out.
CNN is canceling its Sunday media affairs show Reliable Sources, and host Brian Stelter is departing the network, Stelter tells NPR.
In a statement to NPR, Stelter says he’s grateful for the show and his team’s examination of “the media, truth and the stories that shape our world.”
“It was a rare privilege to lead a weekly show focused on the press at a time when it has never been more consequential,” Stelter said, promising to say more on Sunday’s show — its final episode.
Brian Stelter got his start blogging about cable news as a student and went on to become a media reporter for The New York Times. Reliable Sources is the longest-running show on CNN; Stelter has hosted it for the past nine years and celebrated its 30th anniversary in March.
Stelter had a meltdown after Trump appeared with The Gateway Pundit and talked about decertifying the election.
Earlier this year President Trump joined Jim Hoft and Joe Hoft from The Gateway Pundit for a half-hour interview on Biden’s Afghanistan horror show, the recent canvassing results in Arizona, and the ongoing investigations into the fraudulent 2020 presidential election.
Liz Harris and her Arizona elections group found over 96,389 ghost votes in their canvassing efforts in Maricopa County. The Gateway Pundit was the first media outlet to ask President Trump about these stunning results.
On the Sunday following the interview, CNN’s fake news specialist little Brian Stelter had a meltdown over President Trump’s Friday interview. Stelter was particularly upset when President Trump told The Gateway Pundit that he believed the 2020 election would be decertified. This scares the hell out of the left. They are terrified they will be caught and won’t be able to steal future elections through mail-in voting, ballot harvesting schemes, and ghost voters.
Now he’s gone.
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