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CNN cancels 'Reliable Sources,' host Stelter leaving network

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Dozens of people will be so disappointed.

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Finally 'impeached' for his "Russia, Russia, Russia!" disinformation campaign.

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For reporting the facts, you get punished.

For reporting falsehoods, you get rewarded.

Lies trumps facts.

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“Good riddance, Stelter,” tweeted radio and Fox News host Mark Levin. “You are your ilk have done grave damage to a free press.”

The rancid pile of steaming manure calling the kettle black.

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Russian state television frequently features segments from one of those two cable networks. And that isn't CNN.

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konjo4uToday  10:56 am JST

Russian state television frequently features segments from one of those two cable networks. And that isn't CNN.

Interesting--even Russia recognizes fake news.

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This is terribly disappointing. I'll miss Mark Dice's hilarious Stelter voiceovers.

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Might want to rebrand CNN to TNN, Trump News Network, cause that all they seem to go on and on about.

In fact they probably don't realize it they are actually helping the guy, buy giving him oxygen. I switched off now and went to the BBC, because there will be some other news from another part of the world, not just a 1 hour diatribe of anti trump, going on about trans rights, girls rights in Afghanistan, which we didn't go there for, and running off to the next war. All important! But seriously, nothing but doom and gloom. Maybe rebrand it to DNN, the Depressing News Network. I wonder if the news anchors themselves are bored to death with it all?

We know he was a complete.......we got it!

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CNN went down the drain decades ago. Perhaps there's an opening for spud look-alike on Nickelodeon?

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At least he finally admitted the laptop isn’t Russian disinformation on the way out the door

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At least he finally admitted the laptop isn’t Russian disinformation on the way out the door

Did he? Are you you sure this isn't another mistaken on your part, like how you believe Trump won the election in 2020, even though that's been entirely discredited beyond any reasonable doubt?

Beyond any reasonable doubt that is...

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oh noes! gonna miss Mark Dice's impersonations

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Ha the demise of the hopeless Comedy News Network. No wonder their viewing figures are down about 80% in just 1 year. Awful" channel".

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The end of fake news. Thank god for Fox News.

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Gutfeld is on fire right now you can bet. But Stelter will become a cult classic type, he'll set up his own podcast, and he'll be back at it.

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Thank God. It was only a matter of time.

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Thank God. It was only a matter of time.

You must have been frustrated watching him on CNN all the time.

First time I've ever heard of the show or the guy myself. American news entertainment/sports reporting is so annoying, I would never waste my brain watching it.

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Potatohead has been the most absurd spouter of fake news.... but I am sure they find a similar replacement

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CNN has canceled its weekly “Reliable Sources” show on the media after three decades on the air, and said Thursday that its host, Brian Stelter, is leaving the network.

Seems like the irony in the title "Reliable Sources" became too heavy a burden.

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Interesting--even Russia recognizes fake news.

Of course it does. It’s what Russian media broadcasts.

Never heard of this guy or his show. I guess he has a book out so he’s probably doing okay.

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