Anyone out there who believes all hope is lost should continue reading this story.
Moments like these, when perpetrators of radicalism and peddlers of evil are forced to answer for their crimes, serve as a reminder that all of America has yet to be brainwashed by the propaganda.
Not everyone has fallen victim to their overlying plan to liberalize each and every American until we all have Black Lives Matter signs in our front yard.
Moments like this are internet gold.
A University of Chicago freshman confronted CNN’s Brian Stelter about the outlet’s involvement in pushing disinformation during a pro-democracy conference.
“You’ve all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation, but CNN is right up there with them. They pushed the Russian collusion hoax, they pushed the Jussie Smollett hoax, they smeared Justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick Sandmann as a white supremacist and, yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop as pure Russian disinformation,” Phillips said. “With mainstream corporate journalists being little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare the canon of journalist ethic is dead or no longer operative?”
“All the mistakes of mainstream media, CNN in particular, seem to magically all go in one direction, are we expected to believe that this is all just some random coincidence, or is there something else behind it?” Phillips continued.
Now watch Stelter completely malfunction as he tries to formulate a proper answer to Phillips’ question.
Brian Stelter just got called tf out by a college freshman for every major hoax CNN has pushed.
His response was “that’s a popular right-wing narrative.”
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) April 7, 2022
Stelter immediately made a joke, hoping to win over the audience before he rattled off utter lies in an effort to protect CNN.
“I think you’re describing a different channel than the one I watch,” Stelter said. “But I understand that it is a popular right-wing narrative about CNN.”
Stelter then noted how news outlets frequently work together, saying CNN and The New York Times both tried to help Fox’s Benjamin Hall after he was injured while reporting in Ukraine.
Exploiting a man who nearly lost his life on the job to further your ‘CNN isn’t all that bad’ argument is an all-encompassing example of the disturbing liberal mindset.
These people will never, ever gain the self-awareness necessary to question whether or not they are actually the bad guys. Stelter and the like will peddle propaganda propped up as journalism while simultaneously holding conferences about the dangers of disinformation and erosion of democracy.
If this isn’t a clown world, then what is?
Author: Nolan Sheridan