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CNN’s Brian Stelter was confronted in a video that Project Veritas released late this week over the recent series of undercover videos that the organization released about CNN. The CNN videos showed a director at the network saying that they worked to get rid of President Donald Trump and that they create “propaganda.”
A journalist for Project Veritas asked Stelter if CNN Technical Director Charlie Chester still worked for CNN, to which Stelter replied by saying, “I feel really bad for you.”
The journalist asked Stelter if he uses “propaganda” or if he ever reports news outside of what CNN president Jeff Zucker allegedly tells him to report.
“I feel really bad for you,” Stelter said.
“Are you a journalist?” the journalist asked Stelter. “Are you able to report anything that’s not directly handed down from…?”
“I report whatever I want,” Stelter said as he appeared to grow upset. “You need to leave.”
Highlights from Project Veritas’ three-part release this last week include Chester saying the following about CNN allegedly working to remove Trump from office:
- “Look what we did, we [CNN] got Trump out. I am 100% going to say it, and I 100% believe that if it wasn’t for CNN, I don’t know that Trump would have got voted out…I came to CNN because I wanted to be a part of that.”
- “It’s going to be our [CNN’s] focus. Like our focus was to get Trump out of office, right? Without saying it, that’s what it was, right? So, our next thing is going to be climate change awareness.”
Chester on CNN allegedly creating “propaganda” to damage Trump:
- “[Trump’s] hand was shaking or whatever, I think. We brought in so many medical people to tell a story that was all speculation — that he was neurologically damaged, and he was losing it. He’s unfit to — you know, whatever. We were creating a story there that we didn’t know anything about. That’s what — I think that’s propaganda.”
Chester on CNN’s plans to use “fear” to promote the network’s agenda on climate:
- “I think there’s a COVID fatigue. So, like whenever a new story comes up, they’re [CNN’s] going to latch onto it. They’ve already announced in our office that once the public is — will be open to it — we’re going to start focusing mainly on climate.”
- “I have a feeling that it’s going to be like, constantly showing videos of decline in ice, and weather warming up, and like the effects it’s having on the economy—”
- Climate change is the next “pandemic-like story that we’ll beat to death, but that one’s got longevity. You know what I mean? Like there’s a definitive ending to the pandemic. It’ll taper off to a point that it’s not a problem anymore. Climate change can take years, so they’ll [CNN will] probably be able to milk that quite a bit.”
- “Be prepared, it’s coming. Climate change is going to be the next COVID thing for CNN.”
- When asked if CNN was going to use “fear” to push their agenda, Chester said, “Yeah. Fear sells.”
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Chester on CNN reporters allegedly manipulating interview subjects into saying what the reporters want them to say:
- “Any reporter on CNN — what they’re actually doing is they’re telling the person what to say… It’s always like leading them in a direction before they even open their mouths. The only people that we [CNN] will let on the air, for the most part, are people that have a proven track record of taking the bait.”
- “I think there’s an art to manipulation…Inflection, saying things twice — there’s little subtleties to how to manipulate people…I mean, it’s enough to change the world, you know?”
Chester on CNN trying to “help” Black Lives Matter and how the network covers crimes related to race:
- “I was trying to do some research on the Asian hate, like the people [who] are getting attacked and whatnot. A bunch of black men have been attacking Asians. I’m like ‘What are you doing? Like, we [CNN] are trying to help BLM.’”
- “The optics of that are not good. These [are] little things that are enough to set back movements, because the far [right] will start to latch on and create stories like ‘criminalizing an entire people,’ you know, just easier headlines that way, I guess.”
- “Yeah I, for the longest while, the story was like, people were lapping up that it was like, you know, white guys for like so long. I don’t, I haven’t seen anything about focusing on the color of people’s skin that aren’t white. They just aren’t saying anything. You know what I mean? They’re just not, all of a sudden that story loses a little steam from it. They just like leave it be.”
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Brian Stelter is an American political commentator who is currently the chief media correspondent for CNN and the host of CNN program 'Reliable Sources'. He is also the former media reporter of the New York Times. He created TVNewser(now 'Adweek').
Stelter made headlines with his latest book according to which Fox News host Sean Hannity, one of President Donald Trump’s biggest supporters backbit about the President saying, 'Trump is a bats--t crazy person'. He is also active in the social media platform with around 32k followers on Instagram: @brianshelter and around 729k followers on Twitter: @brianshelter.
What is Brian Stelter famous for?
- Famous as American political commentator and the host of CNN program 'Reliable Sources'.
Where is Brian Stelter from?
Brian Stelter was born on September 3, 1985. His birthplace is Damascus, Maryland. She belongs to American nationality. Ipad air 2 keyboard apple. His ethnicity is White Caucasian while Virgo is his zodiac sign.
He was born as the only son of Mark Shelter(father) and Donna Shelter(mother). He was raised in his hometown, Damascus. When he was 15, his father died. He did his schooling from Damascus High School and graduated in 2003. Later, he attended Towson University. While in the University, he became the editor-in-chief of The Towerlight from 2005-07. He also created a blog network 'TV Newser' as a student which he later sold to Mediabistro.
His blog network has become part of the Adweek blog network. He graduated in May 2007 from his university with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Brian Stelter' Career: Highlights
- Brian Stelter started his professional career in July 2007 by joining the American newspaper, The New York Times as a media reporter. He has been the anchor of CNN's 'Reliable Sources' since November 2013.
- He is the chief media correspondent for CNN which was previously held by Howard Kurtz. He is also featured prominently in the 2011 documentary Page One: Inside the New York Times.
- Stelter has also written the book 'HOAX, the untold story of Trump and Fox News'. The book is set to be released on 25th August 2020.
Who is Brian Stelter married to?
The American news commentator, Brian Shelter is married to Jamie Shupak. Shupak is a traffic anchor for American news television channel 'NYI'. The couple tied the knot on February 22, 2014, in a Jewish ceremony. The couple is blessed with a daughter and a son.
Previously in 2011, he dated CNBC anchor, Nicole Lapin. When they were dating, he denied covering CNBC. At present, he and his family are living in the Lincoln Square Neighbourhood on the Upper Westside of Manhattan. Besides, Stelter recently faced an unexpected grilling from a teenage journalist about his network's overly opinionated anchors.
What is the net worth of Brian Stelter?
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The American news commentator, Brian Stelter has a good earning from his profession. He has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2020. His net worth includes all his property and his present earnings. He is living a luxurious lifestyle with his earnings.
How tall is Brian Stelter?
The 34 years aged, Brian Stelter has a well-maintained body. He has a fair complexion with brown hair and a pair of blue eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft and has a body weight of 78kg.