Brian Stelter, the host of CNN’s Reliable Sources, said something that’s a little frightening. On this morning’s show, Stelter exposed the left’s hatred for President Trump. During his show, Stelter asked “Questions that feel out of bounds, off limits, too hot for TV. Questions like these: Is the President of the United States a racist? Is he suffering from some kind of illness? Is he fit for office? And if he’s unfit, then what?” Stelter continued, saying “Is the President of the United States suffering from some sort of illness? Is he racist? Is he fit to be commander in chief? And one more, is it time for objective journalists, I don’t mean opinion folks I mean down the middle journalists to address these questions head on and how do they do it?”

I’ll address that last question first. Other than James Rosen, Catherine Herridge, Salena Zito or Sharyl Attkisson, where can we find “objective journalists”? Does Stelter think that Jim Acosta or Jake Tapper are objective journalists? Acosta has exposed himself as thinking that people not born in Australia and Great Britain don’t speak English. Elitism drips from his lips each time he talks. Tapper used to be somewhat objective but his objectivity disappeared when CNN hired him.

Next, what’s interesting is that Stelter has confused partisan ideological differences with mental illness. It’s proof that elitists think of themselves as being morally superior than their peers. How can I respect someone that thinks everyone that doesn’t think like him is morally repugnant?

Let’s be clear about something. While it’s true that President Trump’s credibility is getting questioned, the media’s credibility is getting questioned, too, and perhaps to a greater degree. John Gilmore’s article does a great job highlighting the Twin Cities’ media bias. When Keith Ellison said that Kim Jung Un was acting more responsibly than President Trump, Twin Cities reporters didn’t write a word about it. The Pi-Press published an article about Ellison’s statements but it was a Washington Post article. Here’s what Ellison actually said:

The more that the media attacks President Trump, the more his supporters support him. You’d think that well-educated would’ve figured this out but the media hasn’t. Apparently, they aren’t the brightest bulbs in the chandelier.

In summation, Stelter isn’t delusional. He’s just a well-trained hamster that doesn’t question his orders from on high.

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