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Brian Stelter: “I Let David Hogg Lie on Air”

Brian Stelter is one of the most disingenuous human beings to ever disgrace a television screen. Stelter has been one of the most strident and repetitive of CNN’s professional Trump defamers.

Recently, Stelter has had to push his theatrics over the top in order to stay on the fake news channel’s main line up.

Of course, this isn’t the only time Stelter showed us his real agenda…

One of Stelter’s most memorable flubs was when he tweeted that he is not obsessed with Donald Trump’s mental health, and then went on air the following day and lead with a diatribe about how concerned he is about Trump’s physiological fitness.

That was around the same time Michael Wolff’s book was being debunked with hilarious profundity, so Stelter’s work didn’t stick. But now that Trump hate isn’t the flavor of the week, Stelter has more lows to reach in his race to the bottom.

The CNN host recently demonstrated how biased he and his network really are when he admitted that he allowed Parkland, Florida mass shooting survivor David Hogg to spread blatant falsehoods when he interviewed him shortly after the tragic event took place.

Check out the video below to see the stunning admission for yourself.

~ Liberty Video News


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