CNN’s Stelter Acknowledges Not Fact Checking All False Claims Made by Young Gun Control Activist

‘When I was interviewing David Hogg only ten days after the massacre, there were a few times I wanted to jump in and say “let’s correct that fact,”

CNN Host Acknowledges Not Fact Checking All False Claims Made by Young Gun Control Activist (The Washington Free Beacon)

CNN's "Reliable Sources" host and senior media correspondent Brian Stelter admitted on Monday that he didn't correct young gun control activist David Hogg on his show.

In an "S.E. Cupp Unfiltered" interview transcribed by Newsbusters, host S.E. Cupp asked Stelter about the media's habit of boosting students pushing gun control in the wake of the Parkland, Florida school shotting.

"Brian, we as a business have been giving these kids a lot of coverage. All the networks have in some way or another," Cupp said.

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