Goodbye Mr. Potato Head? Report Says That Brian Stelter, CNN’s King Of Misinformation, Down To Final Weeks If Not Days

Stelter is the host of the ‘Reliable Sources’ and his latest show had the smallest audience since 2019

The Post Millennial

(PM.) On Wednesday, News Cycle Media President Jon Nicosia took to Twitter to announce that CNN’s Brian Stelter “is ‘down to weeks if not days’ left at CNN. They go on ‘He is everything that reminds the new owners of the Zucker era they desperately want to get past.'”

Nicosia claimed the info came from an anonymous source who also said “management is confident Stelter is the one sharing the internal pushback to fellow media reporters while simultaneously stirring discontent within the ranks.”

Stelter’s tenure at CNN has been one of deep partisanship embroiled as objectivity. He has taken potshots at people and outlets who disagree with him, such as Fox News and podcaster Joe Rogan. Both of those instances his criticisms relied on the narrative that he and CNN were trustworthy news outlets and they were not.


Stelter has been criticized to his face for being untruthful from multiple credible parties, ranging from Bari Weiss to fastidious college freshmen. The latter being especially apropos as it occurred during The Atlantic’s “Disinformation and the Erosion of Democracy” conference. 

Stelter was a fan of Biden’s failed “Ministry of Truth” and defended the doxxing of Libs of Tik Tok, two other positions in conflict with an objective news commentator.

Serious calls for Stelter’s firing began in February of this year. Stelter was an ally to former CNN president Jeff Zucker, who had to resign after it was revealed he’d been having a prolonged affair with a married co-worker.


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