Most of the mainstream “news” networks hate America, and they hate over half of its citizens too.
CNN has always been at the very top of the list when it comes to fake news.
They’ve lied to the American people for years.
They’ve lied about the President of the United States since he was elected in 2016, promoting fake scandals for 4 years.
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They’ve lied about innocent Americans, including children, and attempted to destroy their reputations.
Now, they’re comparing the good people of this country who see through their lies, to terrorists and mass murderers.
CNN’s Brian Stelter took aim at half the country during is ironically named show, “Reliable Sources.”
Stelter compared “radicalized” Americans who get their news from the “right-wing media machine,” to members of Isis and mass shooters.
Fox News has the latest from the disgusting left-wing media:
CNN's Brian Stelter compared the "radicalization" of some Americans by right-wing media to ISIS terrorists and mass shooters on Sunday.
On his media affairs show "Reliable Sources," Stelter discussed Donald Trump supporters who believe what he called the "right-wing media machine" promoting conspiracy theories about election fraud or baseless claims that President-elect Joe Biden had stolen the race.
"This is a process, radicalization, that often comes up in coverage of terrorism. That's usually the context you hear that word," Stelter said in a clip flagged by The Daily Caller.
Stelter described ISIS members and mass shooters in Orlando and El Paso as classic examples of online radicalization.
"The same pipeline that helps my children learn, helps you connect with your loved ones, also poisons some adults and distorts their reality. The body of research about radicalization is very clear," Stelter said. "The Internet creates more space for extremism and the echo chamber effect accelerates the process. QAnon is one really clear recent example. But so is ‘Stop the Steal’ and so are some corners of the anti-vaccination movement.
Jim Jordan and Steve Guest both fired back at Stelter, pointing out the Left-wing media's slide into more hostile and dangerous rheotric.
The Washington Examiner with more on Stelter's comments, including his singling out of specific rival news organizations:
Stelter named Newsmax, Fox News, and One America News Network as “radical” and added that “if those channels aren’t enough,” people being "radicalized" go on Facebook.
Stelter then launched into how members of the terrorist group ISIS, as well as the shooters behind the devastating El Paso or Las Vegas shootings, became radicalized, often because of the internet.
“We ask how did ISIS members become radicalized? How did the shooters in El Paso or Orlando or Las Vegas become radicalized? Well, the answer very often is the internet. The digital land of make-believe. The same pipeline that helps my children learn, helps you connect with your loved ones also poisons some adults and distorts their reality,” he said.
“The body of research about radicalization is very clear. The internet creates more space for extremism, and the echo chamber effect accelerates the process. Qanon is one really clear recent example. So is 'Stop the Steal.' And so are some corners of the anti-vaccination movement. Reporters see what’s going on. They are seeing signs of this radicalization in American politics, and some are calling it like it is,” he continued.
Again, this is coming from the same news network that just had to settle in court after wrongfully demonizing an innocent teenager to the entire nation.
Brian Stelter and his liberal cronies are attempting to weaponize language by redefining it.
Stelter comparing Trump supporters to Isis is no different then the usual leftist tactic of calling them Nazis.
It also trivializes the horrible crimes against humanity perpetrated by groups such as Isis and the Nazi party.