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CNN’s Brian Stelter CORNERED By Right-Wing Activists (Hilarious)

We don’t know what CNN host Brian Stelter was up to before President Donald Trump got elected two and a half years ago. And who cares anyway, right? But since November of 2016, when Stelter became relevant, he’s been on a non-stop corporate-funded lying jag. Well, he may be a big fat liar, but you’ve got to admit that he’s consistent.

Stelter has had a few moments of what one might compare to an alcoholic’s moment of clarity — moments when he could not completely ignore the truth or deny his own Trump derangement syndrome. These moments have been almost refreshing. You could almost see him calculating the amount of money he expected to lose for failing to lie fully.

But the best thing about Brian Stelter is Mark Dice. Mark Dice is a conservative commentator and comedian on YouTube who often lampoons Stelter to great effect. To be fair, Dice’s mockery of Stelter is kind of childish. But when you’re faced with someone who spews b.s. non-stop, there’s really no mature response that resonates.

So, Dice does a funny girly man voice over all of Stelter’s commentaries. And frankly, it’s hilarious. Even Stelter himself said so. And that spurred Dice to ask, “If you find me funny, why do you block me on Twitter?”

It’s a question Millie Weaver of Info Wars asked Stelter during a recent conference when she caught up with him. The result was hilariously uncomfortable.

Watch the CNN mouthpiece struggle to react below.

~ Liberty Video News


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