CNN's Stelter Doubletalk: Snuffing Conservative Voices Is Not The Same As Censorship
Liberals have this weird way of viewing reality. They think that they can work together to prevent conservative news from ever getting broadcasted while simultaneously claiming they are not censoring anyone. So basically they want to suppress conservative voices, which they call toxic, but don't want people to consider it censorship. But if the shoe were on the other foot, Libs would cry foul and claim that they are being censored. CNN's Brian Stelter tried his best to cloud the fact that he was trying to rebrand censorship with the word phrase "harm reduction model."
“Dishonest cries of censorship are filling Fox's airwaves, with charges that these guys right here are being suppressed. The word censorship has been invoked almost 400 times on Fox this month alone, and more than 300 times on Newsmax,” he proclaimed.
But while some cry cancel culture, let me suggest a different way to think about this, a harm reduction model.” And “reducing a liar’s reach is not the same as censoring freedom of speech.”
Reducing a liar's reach is not the same as censorship."
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How does Stelter say this with a straight face? He is clearly advocating for censoring conservatives. He can doll it up however he wants calling it a "harm reduction model" but preventing Fox News from being broadcast is in fact censorship. It's just so absurd. He starts off his showing explaining how FOX News & Newsmax are talking about how Liberals want to censor them and he calls them liars and insinuates they are crazy. But then moments later proceeds to explain his plan to censor conservatives. Is this spin really working for Libs? Do Libs really believe that this is not censorship? Because this "limit of reach" is in fact a limit on the freedom of speech.