CNN’S Brian Stelter wants “harm reduction” by cutting reach of right-wing media

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durrty8
durrty8
7 months ago

They want us to think like they do dont worry about what is really happening just believe what we tell you "NO WAY I LIKE THINKING FOR MYSELF THANK YOU

Coolhand411 Luke
Coolhand411 Luke
7 months ago

You're not his type.

hb trustme
hb trustme
7 months ago

News flash: Fox isn't right wing.

Karl Kimball
Karl Kimball
7 months ago

CNN lost a lawsuit for defamation because they truthful?

Shawn M
Shawn M
7 months ago

If Brian for some reason agrees to your request, can you at the very last second swap yourself out with Mark Dice?

Phantom Joad
Phantom Joad
7 months ago

The left is willing to overlook a little fascism to get what they want smh.

Doug George
Doug George
7 months ago

I'll be shocked if he does it, but if he truly believes the stuff he says, he should absolutely do it.

MNRAZORBACK
MNRAZORBACK
7 months ago

You know that Brian stelter doesn't love to give details. People love to use sound bites and big brain catch phrases, but they hate giving details they like to act that it's just simple common sense solutions, but the reality is not simple, and it is not neutral and balance like they suggest

Larry Tooley
Larry Tooley
7 months ago

Thumbs up for living in the sticks. Best place to live.

Nick H
Nick H
7 months ago

Gee Brian, it's not that hard, the CCP has a great model to control what people hear.

Eichro
Eichro
7 months ago

If a media person says that kind of bull on TV, it's a sign that the media is being allowed to get away with far too much.

Robert Stewart
Robert Stewart
7 months ago

Excellent commentary. Just sent a PP donation. Keep up the good work!

C.A.
C.A.
7 months ago

So, stelter and his ilk are calling for their demise.

Signor Nessuno
Signor Nessuno
7 months ago

Alison, I know you try to remain neutral and base your opinion on the facts, but you have to admit that these leftists are a danger to free speech. Welcome to 1984 in real time!

Hassan Chop!
Hassan Chop!
7 months ago

The problem isn't fake news or even biased news. The problem is the degeneration over the years of journalistic integrity and the American education system. Journalists presenting fair and truthful information, along with Americans who have the simplest of research/validation skills would go a long way to alleviate our current problems.

Charles Abernathy
Charles Abernathy
7 months ago

You and everyone else decide. If most people find something obnoxious on the face of it, the people in charge of media outlets have reason to put said matter on notice. If real damage is seen, the responsible party could be eliminated from the media. It's all based on the law of average. Whether it's Webster adding a word to the dictionary of shutting down an account on Twitter or Facebook. If the matter in question is connected to real harm, there will be the appropriate push back. For example, you don't have to be a high school graduate to be on a jury court case. If given all the evidence, anyone can determine what is reasonable. When you get enough complaints, using good judgement, you can decide whether or not to let someone to continue to use your services. You have a right to say, I don't want anymore of your business. You have to understand common law to fully get that. Common law comes from what most people find reasonable. Common sense can tell you what is reasonable. If you own a company, chances are that you will act in the best interest of the public.

leazzel7
leazzel7
7 months ago

Brian doesn’t care. He’s a narrative creator

Doug George
Doug George
7 months ago

Apparently, for Brian Stelter, "censorship, by some other name, smells sweeter".

Kevin Jones
Kevin Jones
7 months ago

How is fox news a right wing news outlet ? I'm sick of this sh..

Shawn Brooks
Shawn Brooks
7 months ago

Whenever you talk about filtering information, you have to ask "who decides?". That's the problem. Once you achieve information filtering against your opponent, it's just a matter of time before it's used against you. It amazes me how this is not obvious to everyone.

Zachary Hatfield
Zachary Hatfield
7 months ago

"Sensible" right-wing media means media that agrees with everything MSNBC says but with lower taxes for the rich lmao

Matthew Hannah
Matthew Hannah
7 months ago

Reducing having to hear anything I don't agree with. It's funny to me it's always the people who will not debate facts, that want censorship.

Dino Topher
Dino Topher
7 months ago

This is just what socialists do, they can't compete so they make competition illegal. losing a debate hurts their feelings thus your words are hate speech. Being woke acts as a dispensation for being white. American culture must be racist, otherwise why would blacks have their own culture.
we're rocketing towards "idiocracy "

BTW B.Selter is gaslighting for attention

Maynard G
Maynard G
7 months ago

See Kim Holmes "the origins of hate speech" at the heritage foundation

Lil Poetboy
Lil Poetboy
7 months ago

Thank you

Eldar Eldar
Eldar Eldar
7 months ago

CNN guy accuses bad things of others at which he is accomplished.

Paul Seminara
Paul Seminara
7 months ago

CNN is not VOA. Yet. Stelter, head of propaganda. Minister of Information has a nice ring to it.

Lance T.
Lance T.
7 months ago

Stelter has zero integrity. Remove him from your life.

2gnospam
2gnospam
7 months ago

He is not going to respond. 😀

Matt C.
Matt C.
7 months ago

We have already seen the effects of "harm reduction" and removing "non-sensible" things from the interwebs and broadcast. Freedom of opinion and expression is paramount in a civilized society. There is no "gate-keeper" that will fix things the way the MSM and legacy media would like them that will be accepted by any thinking person. Listening to them it sounds like they would be happy to have a conversation as long as their point of view was the winner at the outset. If the MSM and legacy media would just give facts and stop "newpinion" broadcasts, and also slow down to give straight factual news the time it needs to be properly presented, it would be much easier to trust what they say. A "news" broadcast is no place for opinion. That is for the opinion pieces. It's easier to have a conversation when both sides are using real facts in their discussion. It would be nice to be able to have one of those again with someone with an opposing opinion. Thanks for the upload.

Scott Johnston
Scott Johnston
7 months ago

Indeed. Good stuff, Alison.

herman Munster
herman Munster
7 months ago

Everyone here should be organizing with family and friends preparing for the time you will be called upon. Pass this on to all the channels you watch.

Mike Bruno
Mike Bruno
7 months ago

I blame myself. I am the Father of Millennials and I raised my Millennials to be skeptical of various institutions, alignments and doctrine. But this should be a lesson to you, Harry Potter as you are now a mother.

Sometimes the MM kids don't understand all the subtleties. Or as you would say nuance.

They want to believe the overall message is wrong if they can find any sort of fault in it. Pretty much like you do 100% of the time, despite your chiming for nuance. Did it hurt you to see a CNN guy call for "bring the temp down"? Perhaps he should scream for insurrection? Like MTG. I noticed that is such a poisonous topic for you Potter.

I suppose your personal disclaimer that you are independent and "there may be more to the story", is why I continue to watch your channel. It's like you almost got the idea. But you still haven't.

I'm not even sure who, at any age, is watching CNN and saying "Gospel". But you seem to think this message now, will gain ears? Really?

But not DJT saying "fight like hell"? No. Or the Republican Congressional members that specifically asked for a violent response on Jan 6 and beyond?

Another extremely deadly spell. Oh well.

See you next time.

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