Brian Stelter Invites Yale Researcher On Air to Condemn Fox News, But It Blows Up in His Face

A stunning segment occurred on CNN as host Brian Stelter invited a Yale researcher on air to attack Fox News. Things didn’t go as planned for Stelter.

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Stelter begins the interview by telling Yale assistant professor Joshua Kalla that he is studying something that “we are already beginning to sense,” which is that Fox News viewers are uninformed about news that makes the GOP look bad.

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Stelter says, “Fox viewers are in the dark about bad news for the GOP.” This instantly backfires as the Yale professor says it’s not only Fox News, but also CNN.

Kalla responds, “Fox News predominantly covers issues that make the GOP look good and make Democrats look bad. And on the flip side, CNN engages in this partisan coverage filtering as well.” Watch the clip below:

“For example, during this time, the Abraham accords were signed, and these were the agreements where Israel, the UAE and Bahrain signed a major peace agreement,” Kalla said.

“And we see that Fox News covered this really major accomplishment about 15 times more than CNN did. So we established both networks are really engaging in this partisan coverage filtering. It’s not about one side it’s about the media writ large,” he said.

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Stelter pushed back.

“I think you’re engaging on both sides, isn’t there, Josh?” he said.

Kalla said he is being realistic.

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“Not trying to lay out a moral equivalency. It’s not about what an objective standard is, it’s really about how all networks do engage in this,” he said,

“And in order for viewers to get a realistic picture of the world, we need viewers to see all types of information. And unfortunately, what we find in this study is that the viewers don’t want to engage in watching all sides,” he said.

Broockman said the media needs to explain when leaders stumble, even the ones they support.

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“If partisan media doesn’t tell its own side when a politician is not kind of performing up to snuff or doesn’t talk about their failings, that really breaks down some of the key mechanisms that keep our democracy responsive, having a side’s own voters tell their side, ‘hey, you need to do better in this way.’

“But they can’t do that if the media don’t tell them how … politicians are falling down on the job,” he said.