Serving as proof that, for some, money does grow on trees and that the liberal elite will always support its members, Harvard University announced Monday morning that its far-left Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at their Kennedy School of Government had inked former CNN host and failed liberal media apologist Brian Stelter as its Fall 2022 Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellow.
The move came roughly three weeks after Stelter’s final day at CNN and series finale of Reliable Sources, the show that had bore his name since 2013 and was cancelled after a 30-year run. Harvard’s announcement insisted the position “brings high-profile figures at the forefront of media, politics, and public policy to Harvard’s Kennedy School to work with students, faculty, scholars and the public on important issues of the moment.”
Harvard explained that Stelter’s role will consist of “conven[ing] a series of discussions about threats to democracy and the range of potential responses from the news media.” In other words, it’ll consist of discussing why Fox News, conservative media, and conservative Americans are a threat to both the country and national security.
They added that Stelter’s events “will help deepen public and scholarly understanding about the current state of the information ecosystem and its impacts on democratic governance,” which sounds just as painful as John Fetterman trying to offer a complete sentence.
The remaining three paragraphs consisted of Harvard kissing Selter’s tail by fawning over him, including a description of him as “a nationally recognized media reporter and expert on the state of journalism and its wide-reaching implications for society and governance.”
To see our round-up of the worst from Stelter’s poisonous and ruinous tenure at CNN, click here.