It’s been a pretty rough week for CNN following the revelation that sainted Special Counsel Robert “Bob” Mueller cleared President Trump of colluding with the Russkies but few have taken it harder than the obese clown Brian Stelter.
Stelter has been at the forefront of pushing the conspiracy theories that Trump was in cahoots with the Kremlin and that Hillary would have never lost were it not for Putin and following the collapse of the mother of all shit soufflé’s the host unleashed a deranged and bitter tirade defending the fake news media.
Brian Stelter: You're going to hear it from the right for the next days and weeks to come, that the press basically made all of this up to take down President Trump. But the press is following a trail that Trump created.
Chyron reads: TRUMP ALLIES ARE BLAMING THE MEDIA (AGAIN) pic.twitter.com/HcNLxdFOuh
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) March 24, 2019
The chubby employee of the self-proclaimed “most trusted name in news” also has a bug up his fat ass because of what some believe is a cruel trick played on him by his nemesis, Fox’s Tucker Carlson who stands accused of “fat shaming” Lil’ Jeff Zucker.
— Page Six (@PageSix) March 25, 2019
Has Tucker Carlson started a campaign to sugar-shame Brian Stelter? On Friday, Carlson’s own Daily Caller website reported that the Fox News personality had sent an unsolicited box of doughnuts to CNN media correspondent and “Reliable Sources” host Stelter, a frequent critic of Carlson who recently said, “I just want Fox News to be a healthy part of the media ecosystem.”
Now pals of Carlson tell Page Six that Carlson — who just last week nicknamed Stelter CNN’s “house eunuch … announcing proclamations from his tiny king [CNN president] Jeff Zucker” — will dispatch another box of Dunkin’ Donuts’ finest confections to Stelter next week.
It’s not quite clear what has prompted Carlson to mess with Stelter at this particular moment, though sources in the CNN camp think that Carlson’s intention is to “fat-shame” Stelter. Some sources guess that it’s over a story that Stelter wrote all the way back in November that suggested Carlson may have overstated the risk posed to his family by a protest at his home.
The report does not indicate whether Stelter has been eating the donuts…