Brian Stelter, the former CNN anchor who was sacked for promulgating Russia collusion nonsense for six years, among a cavalcade of other crimes against journalism, has been hired by Harvard where he will ‘convene’ a series of discussions about ‘threats to Democracy’, according to the University.
Harvard’s website for The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy notes that “As the Walter Shorenstein Fellow, Stelter will convene a series of discussions about threats to democracy and the range of potential responses from the news media.”
“These discussions with media leaders, policymakers, politicians, and Kennedy School students, fellows, and faculty will help deepen public and scholarly understanding about the current state of the information ecosystem and its impacts on democratic governance,” the statement further claims.
Stelter helping to deepen understanding? Are they having a laugh? The only thing this guy has ever managed to deepen over the years is the thickness of the blubber lining in between his skull and his Pennywise-a-like face.
In his last broadcast on CNN last month after being sacked, Stelter proved one final time that he has a complete lack of self awareness by stating that “the free world needs a reliable source,” and “we must make sure we don’t give platforms to those lying to our faces”.
Stelter played a reel of old footage of himself on a TV next to his now balder, more engorged, and more potato like-head while trying not to cry and simultaneously lecturing everyone else about protecting ‘democracy’ and ‘freedom’:
Final moments for @BrianStelter on @ReliableSources . “I know it’s not partisan to stand up for decency and democracy and dialogue. It’s not partisan to stand up to demagogues. It’s required, it’s patriotic. We must make sure we don’t give platforms to those lying to our faces.” pic.twitter.com/HdfV9XKzQq
— Brent Baker 🇺🇦 (@BrentHBaker) August 21, 2022