CNN’s Brian Stelter slams Fox’s Tucker Carlson, but the latter still rules the cable news roost
Posted by Buzz Beeler on 17th June 2020
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(Publishers note: We ask our readers to please be patient as we develop the follow up article on “Mr. PC and the Romper Room crowd.”)

CNN’s Brian Stelter, who must wear a pair of water wings to keep his chrome dome barely above the waves in the ratings war, may have spoken a little too soon when he tried to take a cheap shot at the king of the cable news networks, Fox’s Tucker Carlson.

Here’s a quote from an article in which Stelter railed about some liberal sponsors who, according to CNN, have stated they will boycott Carlson’s show:

What many people heard Carlson telling his nearly 100% white audience was black-people-are-coming-for-you. The next day, Fox came out with a statement attempting to clarify: “Tucker’s warning about ‘when they come for you’ was clearly referring to Democratic leaders and inner city politicians.”

Notice in the above quote that Stelter refers to Carlson’s audience as “nearly 100% white.”

Stereotype much, Mr. Stelter?

Ironically for CNN, the following night, Fox’s Tucker Carlson’s show was the most-watched show in all of prime-time for June 15, 2020.

The gist of Stelter’s article centered on comments Carlson made regarding Black Lives Matter.

 

To read the blather on CNN, please click here. We advise reader discretion due to the stench of the article.

Here is another little ditty from the Stelter article:

“Bye-bye Tucker Carlson!” T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert tweeted earlier this week in response to consumers who criticized the advertisers on Carlson’s show.

This is not the first time that Stelter’s shinny head has been shown making what we believe are some thinly-veiled comments regarding race. The following video clip is taken from the documentary, “Page One: Inside the New York Times.”

Not only does Mr. Stelter get egg on his chrome dome (or, in this case, a dozen eggs), but he dragged down another liberal who also gloated a little too soon.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert isn’t exactly setting the world on fire, so to speak. His company currently lags behind Verizon and AT&T in the battle of the mobile carriers.

The next time Mr. Stelter gets to an intersection (again, so to speak), he should look both ways. Otherwise, he’ll get himself and his passengers (or, in this case, his very few viewers) clobbered.

 

 

 

 

 

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