Watch: CNN’s Stelter Visits School Kids Being Taught How To Spot “Misinformation”

Watch: CNN’s Stelter Visits School Kids Being Taught How To Spot “Misinformation”

Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News,

Resident CNN clown Brain Stelter presented a segment during which he visited eighth-grade school kids in New York and spoke to them about what constitutes ‘misinformation’, prompting a massive backlash.

CNN’s Potato headed host spoke to the students about their class on ‘news literacy’, after the teacher directly told the kids that ‘satire’ is a form of misinformation.

CNN’s @brianstelter visits a classroom in New York where students are learning how to spot and avoid being misled by misinformation. pic.twitter.com/i7mxOsamgX

— Reliable Sources (@ReliableSources) January 23, 2022

Leaving aside the question of why kids, forced to wear masks, are being told by teachers what is and isn’t ‘misinformation’, the irony of CNN and Stelter being allowed inside a class on ‘misinformation’ wasn’t lost on anyone:

Didn’t CNN also lie to the American People’s faces as well about WMDs in Iraq, which led to a war based completely on lies and millions dead?

Why should anyone trust you @CNN @brianstelter (little piggy)

— Libertarian Party NH (@LPNH) January 24, 2022

Did they stand up and point when CNN and Stelter walked in??

— Dan-Yul-Son (@smats88) January 23, 2022

Yet another CNN staffer caught grooming children.

— Mia Cathell (@MiaCathell) January 23, 2022

How are you guys still allowed around school kids?

— ed branum (@edbranum) January 23, 2022

Stelter, “On another subject kids. If a CNN producer ever reaches out to you immediately tell your parents and call the police.”

— Lance Boecker (@lancemb1) January 23, 2022

I don’t have a problem teaching kids critical thinking skills & media literacy. But if the classrooms are only going to focus on one network instead of critically assessing all networks & social platforms, then it’s just propaganda.

— Oak Wood (@WoodOak1999) January 23, 2022

There’s also this…

We all love critical thinking skills, but this segment comes across as little more than advertorial for the @NewsLitProject, which is of course partnered with @CNN & dozens of other legacy media dinosaurs desperate to hold onto their dwindling market share. pic.twitter.com/aWs5mzM4Ct

— Danny Hellman (@dannyhellman) January 23, 2022

Brian thank you for taking time out of your day to show these kids what misinformation looks like. Some say it looks like a potato.

— Tucker’s Furrowed Brow (@Chimp_HQ) January 23, 2022

i’m alarmed that he’s allowed with 500 feet of a school

— sqvid (@sqvidretvrnt) January 23, 2022

I guess better than Jeffrey Toobin visiting

— roundsman (@Roundsman33) January 23, 2022

1. P.S. 207 has a math proficiency of 55% and a reading proficiency of 50%. Seems they have higher priorities that deserve some more attention.

2. ‘Satire’ is now considered misinformation? Heaven forbid these kids are exposed to Voltaire or Jonathan Swift …

— Kate Padilla (@katempadilla) January 24, 2022

Only 20 students in the room? No minorities in the room? This cannot be real.

— themathlady (@themathlady) January 23, 2022

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Tyler Durden
Mon, 01/24/2022 – 13:46

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