One of CNN’s residing conspiracy theorists admitted in a graduation speech at Towson University that he has no clue what he’s doing.
“This won’t surprise my producers: I immediately went off-script. I said I had noticed a graduate in the audience with a message written on her cap: ‘I still don’t know what I’m doing.’ So I told her and the rest of the crowd: ‘I don’t know what I’m doing either. None of us really do. We’re all just faking it til we make it. And you will make it too,'” Brian Stelter said in his Wednesday evening newsletter.
As proof of Stelter’s own admission, he and his friends over at the Cable News Network ran hundreds of hours worth of RussiaGate conspiracy theories over a period of two years – implanting in the minds of their viewers that President Donald J. Trump had “colluded” with Russia to win the 2016 election – which turned out to be totally false.
Stelter was also partly responsible for huckster attorney Michael Avenatti’s rise to fame, before the lawyer’s career crashed and burned with over 40 indictments in various criminal complaints around the country, including that he stole money from his most famous client, Stormy Daniels. The legacy media was convinced that if it has Avenatti on to attack Trump on behalf of Daniels for an alleged affair with the president, it would end Trump’s presidency.
As for his claim that he’s a little unclear about what he’s doing, he’ll get no argument from this website.
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