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CNN’s Brian Stelter Goes Live On Air Without Pants


CNN just never stops making themselves look like clowns.

Instead of reporting real news, CNN analyst Brian Stelter decided to give a segment on how tv personalities are not wearing pants while filming from the comfort of their homes.

At one point of the show he was practically bragging about how decided to not wear pants when he was invited on Wolf Blitzer’s show to discuss Trump’s Twitter account being banned.

I can’t make this up, take a look:

CNN is covering up their tracks of allowing Gov. Cuomo to air his blatant lies on their network by airing a segment about news anchors not wearing pants.

How crazy is that?

Fox News covered the bizarre story and had this to say:

CNN’s left-wing media guru Brian Stelter raised eyebrows this weekend by filming himself without pants in an attempt to prove that hosting a TV show from home “humanizes the news.”

On Sunday’s installment of “Reliable Sources,” Stelter set aside no time to address the growing controversy over star CNN anchor Chris Cuomo being barred from covering the scandals plaguing his brother, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, following their chummy, journalistically unethical interviews.

Stelter did, however, have time for a light-hearted segment about the “ups and downs” of TV personalities working from in-home studios during the coronavirus pandemic as the anniversary of local stay-at-home orders going into effect approaches.

In the segment, Stelter insisted that “embarrassing moments are humanizing moments,” highlighting a viral clip from last April of ABC News correspondent Will Reeve appearing on “Good Morning America” without pants. Stelter quipped Reeves was perhaps “too revealing.”

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Stelter, who is often referred to as the media’s “hall monitor” and staunchly defends corporate colleagues while downplaying various media controversies, then said he could “relate” to Reeve before showing a clip of himself pantsless during a CNN appearance, which Stelter said took place on the night then-President Trump was banned from Twitter in January.

All credibility CNN had, has completely gone out the window after Stelter’s stunt.


They never had any!


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