CNN left-wing media guru Brian Stelter has bizarrely praised President Biden for what he called a “course correction” whenever auditors push back various lies.
In the Sunday installment of his “Reliable Sources” media show, Stelter spoke with CNN “fact-checker” Daniel Dale, while trying to celebrate how truthful Biden is about his predecessor, the ‘former President Trump, who Stelter said “has deteriorated in terms of accuracy. ”
“Here’s what I think is the most interesting about Biden. I noticed and you noticed that it changes when it was checked. He’s correcting the course, ”Stelter said enthusiastically. “So you or other fact checkers call him, point out something is wrong, he stops saying it in several different cases, maybe not fast enough, but that’s a big difference from Trump.” . Biden or his team – whoever writes his scripts, seems to react to fact checking. Is it true? ”
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“It is in at least some cases,” Dale pushed back softly. “So there are some false and misleading claims that Biden repeated without correction, but I’ve counted at least two instances where he or his team said something wrong… and then they never repeated it again. They have changed their language considerably. . ”
While citing the Biden administration’s retired bogus claim that his infrastructure plan would create “19 million jobs,” Dale did not verify Stelter’s praise of the president by pointing to others. remarks that were repeated even after being verified, including his lies about Georgia’s electoral reform bill which received “Four Pinocchios” by the Washington Post as well as the eccentric claim that Biden repeated in his joint speech to Congress that he “flew” “17,000 miles” with Chinese President Xi when they were both vice presidents.
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On Sunday night, Stelter appeared to water down his gushing pro-Biden in a segment, headline article, “The Biden administration takes fact-checking to heart, at least some of the time. “