Brian Stelter Traces The Way Controversies Are Pushed From The Right Wing Fever Swamps To Trump's Twitter Feed
Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter discusses the way stories that whip up outrage on the right work their way from the right wing fever swamps of the Internet, to Fox, to Trump's feed, to eventually mainstream media outlets.
Sorry David Zurawik (Baltimore Sun Media Critic), but Fox has been nothing more than a right-wing propaganda outfit since their inception. They were never "news."
Brian Stelter examines Fox News hosts' claim there has been some sort of coup against Trump by considering Constitutional options.
Fox News Trumpers and even Fox News, itself, have almost as much at stake in keeping Trump in power - and stamping out any threats to that power - as he does.
The mainstream media covered uncharted national stories very differently in the past. Maybe they need to go back to that.
Example #243,987,113 of how the media is actively hurting the national dialog with their disingenuous attempt to be balanced.
Brian Stelter and his panel discuss how journalists manage Trump's barrage of lies and ignorance as he grants them greater access.
How long will it take before Trump abuses it?
April Ryan didn't pull any punches when asked how she feels about this Trump-created "monster" Omarosa that's come back to bite him in the you-know-what with her new book and the revelation that she made recordings in the Oval Office and situation room.
Brian Stelter wasn't quite willing to go there, but you can draw a straight line from Trump and his enablers over on Fox like Sean Hannity, and these death threats being made to members of the media.
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