Brian Stelter is out at CNN after the network canceled his poorly rated show, Reliable Sources.
The notoriously potato-shaped host is best known for being the mainstream media's foremost apologist. He would often invite disgraced news anchor Dan Rather on his show to discuss matters of journalistic integrity. Stelter "spoke truth to power" by exposing the spelling errors in former president Donald Trump's tweets and promoting a sketchy porn lawyer (Michael Avenatti) who is currently serving time in federal prison.
Stelter told NPR he was grateful for the opportunity to cover "the media, truth and the stories that shape our world." News of the host's departure came less than a week after Zoom masturbator Jeffrey Toobin, the network's chief legal analyst, announced he was leaving CNN after 20 years. It remains to be seen where Stelter will end up. (Media Matters?) The New York Times had been searching for a "right-wing media" reporter, but alas the position has been filled.
Happy trails, BS!
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