This news has been received from:

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

Tammy Bruce aired a montage of callers roasting CNN’s Brian Stelter during his Thursday appearance on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, as he was attempting to promote the paperback version of his book attacking Fox News, Hoax. Fighting fire with fire?

The first caller came with a request, saying, “I’d like to ask Brian to—on national television—admit he and his network are a bunch of liars about Donald Trump.

The second caller — identified as a Kevin from Indiana — weighed in on the quality of Stelter’s reporting. “Mr. Stelter is the biggest minister of misinformation I have ever heard and I’m a news junkie,” Kevin said. “He made the statement just a few minutes ago that the stories are ‘always evolving’ —  yeah, his stories absolutely ‘evolve.'”

“Thank you for the feedback, I appreciate it,” Stelter politely replied.

Another caller from Indiana referenced Stelter’s past admiration of Michael Avenatti, the disgraced anti-Trump attorney convicted of felony extortion in a case involving Nike, the sports apparel company. “One of the reasons why I’m taking you seriously as a [2020 presidential] contender is because of your presence on cable news,” Stelter told Avenatti in a 2018 interview.

“I was just wondering if you still feel like Michael Avenatti is the greatest thing in the world and should run for president of the United States,” the caller said. “My suggestion is, whatever CNN says, do the opposite and you’ll do fine.”

Another caller opined, “CNN is just something — it’s a joke. It’s a joke. This guy tells more lies, and Fox gives more news than CNN does in a few years.”

Watch above via Fox News.

Have a tip we should know? [email protected]

News Source:

Tags: brian stelter c span cnn fox news hoax tammy bruce michael avenatti brian stelter from indiana tammy bruce

Miami Police Department Fires Deputy Chief Ronald Papier, Commander Nerly Papier

Next News:

CNN to cover July 4th from coast-to-coast

(CNN)As the nation continues to move toward a return to normal, CNN will celebrate the reopening of the country with a special, live July 4th prime-time program featuring fireworks displays from coast-to-coast and musical performances celebrating the United States' diversity.

CNN's "Fourth in America Special" will air Sunday, July 4 starting at 7 p.m. ET, the network announced Thursday. CNN anchors Dana Bash, Don Lemon, Victor Blackwell and Ana Cabrera will host coverage as the US celebrates its independence and collective effort to overcome Covid-19 pandemic.The July 4 special will feature musical performances from The Beach Boys with John Stamos, Bebe Rexha, Billy Ray Cyrus, Black Eyed Peas, Blues Traveler, Brad Paisley, Chicago, Flo Rida, Foreigner, Kool & the Gang, Nelly, REO Speedwagon, Sammy Hagar & The Circle, Susanna Hoffs, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and Trisha Yearwood.
    Other performers include The Harlem Gospel Choir, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra led by Principal Conductor Thomas Wilkins, The United States Air Force Band, The United States Army Field Band, "The President's Own" United States Marine Band, United States Navy Band, New York Youth Symphony, The Austin Symphony Orchestra, The Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras, Pacific Symphony, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony.
      This primetime special will highlight firework shows in cities from coast to coast, including Washington, DC; New York; Philadelphia; Boston; Jacksonville and Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Nashville, Tennessee; Chicago; St. Louis; Austin, Texas; Houston; Addison, Texas; Pasadena, California; San Diego; Las Vegas; and San Francisco.Read MoreLast year, the Covid-19 pandemic forced the nation to forgo Independence Day celebrations, travel plans, parades, family gatherings and barbecues.This year, the White House is planning to host an Independence Day celebration marking the nation's headway in fighting Covid-19 and vaccination efforts. Roughly 1,000 guests are expected to attend, making it the largest event to be hosted at the White House since the start of the new administration.
        Despite expecting to fall short of its vaccination goal of having 70% of American adults vaccinated by the July Fourth weekend, the Biden administration will tout the progress made in getting more than 150 million American adults fully vaccinated.In addition to airing worldwide on CNN, "Fourth In America" will also be streamed live on's homepage and across mobile devices via CNN's apps for iOS and Android with a log-in to a cable provider. It can also be viewed on CNNgo (at on your desktop, smartphone, and iPad, and via CNNgo apps for Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Android TV, Chromecast, Roku and Samsung Smart TV). The special will also be available on demand to subscribers via cable/satellite systems, CNNgo platforms and CNN mobile apps.

        Other News

        • A New Low in a Stunning Fall: CNN Legal Analyst Breaks Down Rudy Giulianis Law License Suspension
        • Lost Rembrandt discovered after it falls off a wall
        • Gloria Estefan, Sting and other celebs will support India with star-studded event
        • Pelosi announces the House will establish a select committee to investigate Capitol riot
        • UFC Vegas 30 predictions: Early look at pair of fights
        • CNN Bites on Jared and Ivankas Latest Attempt to Restore Their Image But Almost No One Else Does Including CNNs Jim Acosta
        • Bellator 261: Tim Johnson vs. Valentin Moldavsky reddit live stream: How to watch
        • Concerned Parents Question Whether Virginia School Board Tried To Rig Meeting
        • Glenn Greenwald on Trump and Biden, the Military-Media Complex, and Why He Thinks MSNBC and CNN Are Worse Than Fox
        • Brian London dead aged 87: British boxer, who fought Muhammad Ali for world heavyweight title in 1966, passes away
        • Watch Bruce Willis In The Trailer For Out of Death
        • Cristiano Ronaldo had a bottle of Coca-Cola thrown at him as he celebrated a goal at Euro 2020, as fans keep trolling his dislike of the drink
        • Brian Williams crudely condemns Greg Abbott on MSNBC show
        • San Francisco confronts surging crime, drugs and homelessness as it tries to bounce back from Covid-19
        • Britney Spears’ fans granted access to court hearing & seen ‘praying’ as she fights dad Jamie in conservatorship battle
        • REPORT: Brian Stelters Wife Accused Of Workplace Bullying
        • UFC attempted to make Luke Rockhold Khamzat Chimaev; Chimaev declined the fight
        • Police In Western Mass Issue Alert To Residents After Reports Of Callers Posing As Cops
        • Gin Blossoms go after trolling Nuggets fan in funny Twitter feud