The World Laughs As Brian Stelter Gets A New Job Offer- Good Riddance!!!
CNN has been cleaning house since the new chief took over and one of the first to go was Briand Stelter. Fear not, Stelter received a new job offer already, and let me tell you, it was historical.
CNN chief Chris Licht reportedly informed Stelter of the decision to cancel his show, “Reliable Sources,” yesterday. Licht started to evaluate the hyper-partisan so-called “talent” at the network shortly after he joined CNN as he aimed to dial down the extreme partisanship that has plagued the network in recent years.
“CNN will end its Reliable Sources program on Sunday, August 21st,” a spokesperson for the network said in a statement. “As a result Brian Stelter will leave the company. We appreciate his contributions to the network and wish him well as he embarks on new endeavors.”
Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon quickly extended an offer to Stelter on social media, tweeting at Stelter: “Hey @brianstelter, would you be interested in working for the Bee?”
“We’re looking for talent with experience putting out funny fake news,” Dillon continued. “You come highly recommended. Shoot me a DM if you’re interested!”
Hey @brianstelter, would you be interested in working for the Bee? We're looking for talent with experience putting out funny fake news. You come highly recommended. Shoot me a DM if you're interested!
— Seth Dillon (@SethDillon) August 18, 2022
'The Five' host Greg Gutfeld took shots at Stelter joking, Yo Brian Stelter - my show is hiring'.
Yo @brianstelter - my show is hiring.
— GregGutfeld (@greggutfeld) August 18, 2022
In April, Stelter was visibly uncomfortable when confronted by a college freshman about his network being a "purveyor of disinformation" during a panel discussion at the Disinformation and the Erosion of Democracy conference in Chicago. Stelter has become known for turning a blind eye to many headlines that were far from flattering to his liberal allies in the industry.
Stelter told NPR he was grateful for the opportunity to cover "the media, truth and the stories that shape our world." News of the host's departure came less than a week after Zoom masturbator Jeffrey Toobin, the network's chief legal analyst.
Hey, though they're not serious... these could be the only job offers Stelter can get. There isn't a huge market for radical Orwellington hosts anymore. Maybe he'll start a podcast like his idol and former rival, Chris Cuomo.