Brian Stelter

Brian Stelter


Media nerd. bstelter@gmail.com

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When the news is what they're NOT saying: "In Debt Limit Fight, Republicans Won't Say What Spending Cuts They Want"

Perfect marriage of anchor and subject

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"It's the latest instance in which video evidence offers a starkly different account of police violence than what officers report themselves..."

When you're able to debunk a perverse strain of disinformation with your own eyes, the murky problem comes into crystal-clear focus.

When you're able to debunk a perverse strain of disinformation with your own eyes, the murky problem comes into crystal-clear focus. Here's something I wrote about it:

"By a 6-1 ratio, voters in Rep. George Santos’ congressional district want him to resign since his lies about his education, family history and work profile have been revealed, according to a new Newsday/Siena College poll."

Channing Dungey: "The exciting thing about the time that we’re in is that you don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow. And the thing that keeps you up at night is that you don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow."

"ChatGPT creator OpenAI released a free web-based tool today designed to help people figure out if a particular chunk of text was written by a human or a machine..."

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This is President Trump on tape, on February 7, saying that the coronavirus is "more deadly than your – you know, your, even your strenuous flus." But he minimized the threat in public. On February 26, he told the public "I think that’s a problem that’s going to go away."

Remember when Elon Musk posted a poll asking if he should step down as Twitter CEO, and users decisively voted yes, and nothing happened?

Over at @TheOnion , they just publish this story over and over

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Angel Garza, whose ten year old daughter Amerie was murdered, holding her photo to his heart: "How do you look at this girl and shoot her? Oh, my baby. How do you shoot my baby?"

This is an actual banner from "Fox & Friends Weekend." 6:03am today. I double checked because I didn't believe it at first. Hat tip

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Angela Merkel yesterday: "As we are experiencing first-hand, you cannot fight the pandemic with lies and disinformation any more than you can fight it with hatred or incitement to hatred... The limits of populism and denial of basic truth are being laid bare." (via @dw_europe )

There's a host in Puerto Rico on one cable news channel, there's a host reading "Cat in the Hat" on another channel

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