CNN’s leftist media guru Brian Stelter oddly praised President Biden for what he called “correcting course” whenever fact-checkers reject various falsehoods.
On Sunday’s installment of his “Reliable Sources” media show, Stelter spoke with CNN star “fact-checker” Daniel Dale as he tried to celebrate how sincere Biden is compared to his predecessor, former President Trump, who Stelter said it “deteriorated in terms of accuracy.”
This is what I think is most interesting about Biden. I have noticed it and you have noticed it. He changes when he has been verified. He corrects the course, ”Stelter shared enthusiastically. “So you or other fact-checkers call him, point out that something is inaccurate, that he stops saying it in a number of different cases, maybe not fast enough, but that’s a big difference from Trump. Biden or his team, whoever is writing your scripts, seems to be reacting to the fact check. Is that so? »
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“It is in at least some cases,” Dale gently pushed back. “So there are some false and misleading claims that Biden has repeated without correction, but I have counted at least two cases where he or his team said the wrong thing… and then never said it again. They significantly amended their language. »
CNN media expert Brian Stelter raised his eyebrows after saying that “most of the right-wing media” are behind the growing push for Joe Biden not to debate President Trump.
While citing the Biden administration’s withdrawn false claim that its infrastructure plan would create “19 million jobs,” Dale did not verify Stelter’s praise of the president by pointing to other comments that were repeated even after the facts were verified. , including his falsehoods about the Georgia electoral reform bill that received “Four Pinocchio” by The Washington Post, as well as the eccentric claim that Biden repeated in his joint address to Congress that he “flew” “17,000 miles” with him. Chinese President Xi when they were both vice presidents.
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On Sunday night, Stelter appeared to dilute his pro-Biden effusiveness in a segment review, with the headline: “Biden’s management is taking fact-checks seriously, at least some of the time.”