CNN Crank Brian Stelter Wants To Have Fox News Removed From Airwaves

( Brian Stelter, the far-left potato lookalike and CNN anchor, advocated for FOX News and other non-leftist news channels to be removed from the television on Sunday morning.

During his ironically-named “Reliable Sources” show on CNN, the far-left activist anchor argued that stopping Fox News from being aired nationally was not a free speech issue, because he disagrees with what Fox News has to say.

“Reducing a liar’s reach is not the same as censoring freedom of speech,” he wrongly claimed. “Freedom of speech is different than freedom of reach.”

CNN regularly lies in its political coverage, perhaps most famously throughout the Trump administration when CNN anchors wrongly reported that President Donald Trump had colluded with Russia to win the 2016 presidential election. Despite this, mainstream Republicans and Fox News anchors have never advocated for removing CNN from the airwaves.

Journalist Glenn Greenwald went in hard on Stelter for advocating such an extremist position.

“Beyond all the creepy aspects of ‘journalists’ again taking the lead in demanding media voices be repressed, @brianstelter’s claim that ‘freedom of speech different than freedom of reach’ is totally false and has been rejected by courts for decades,” he said.

Greenwald also insisted that CNN lies and spreads conspiracy theories “constantly” and that it is a “pro-Democratic Party outlet that barely airs any dissent from the DNC line.”

When was the last time Stelter had former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard on to lay into the Democrats’ most recent attacks on freedom of speech?

Point made…

Stelter responded to Greenwald by claiming that he is “not advocating ‘banishing’ Fox,” but that’s precisely what he advocated.

If Fox News is not able to air on traditional TV airwaves it would be forced to go online. If it goes online, Fox may end up banned from the Google and Apple play stores, just like social media app Parler was.

And if Fox News was removed from the app stores, it could then be denied access to servers, just like Parler, taking the website down completely.

Is Brian Stelter the most dangerously radical character on television?