CNN's Stelter Denies Bias, Claims He's 'Not On a Side of an Aisle' During Conway Interview

Nick Kangadis | May 21, 2018
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Brian Stelter, Jim Acosta and Chris Cuomo. What do these three CNN men have in common? They’ve all been actively attempting to discredit and unseat a sitting president, because the president doesn't fit into their liberal bias.

On Sunday, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway joined CNN’s Brian Stelter to talk about the Russian collusion narrative that CNN and most other media outlets have been pushing for over a year now.

Conway wasn’t having any of Stelter’s clear bias and chicanery. When Stelter tried to come up with some evidence of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, Conway pressed Stelter to show her and everyone else this so-called evidence.

“You’re trying to break news here, and it’s not working,” Conway said to Stelter. “I’m sorry. Did you just say something that a lot of people on your side of the aisle are not willing to say?”

“I’m not on a side of an aisle,” Stelter responded.

Sure, and I’m Ghandi.

One has to wonder — judging by Stelter’s response — if he has ever watched his own network. Anyone with a rational brain and decently functional eyes and ears — regardless of party affiliation — can tell that CNN is clearly biased, among other media organizations as well.

Here’s the exchange between Conway and Stelter:


So Stelter thinks it’s not appropriate to ask who someone has voted for, and even told Conway that he left the vote for president blank on his 2016 ballot. Stelter really wants us to believe that he didn’t vote at all for president? That’s the one box he left blank?

On the same episode of his show — “Reliable Sources” — Stelter along with panel members thought the media’s criticism of President Trump’s “animals” comment concerning the violent MS-13 gang was “basically fair.”

Stelter and the rest of CNN can say that they hold no bias against the president all they want. But the daily evidence they present certainly suggests otherwise.

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