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Vanity Fair Hires Brian Stelter as Special Correspondent to Cover Fox News Trial

'Couldn’t be happier to have @brianstelter aboard to cover the Fox-Dominion trial, alongside @VanityFair’s stellar stable of media and politics reporters...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Disgraced ex-CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter has picked up a new job covering Dominion Voting Systems’ upcoming defamation trial against Fox News for its 2020 election reporting.

Stelter’s new Vanity Fair gig covering the lawsuit was announced Tuesday:

Dominion’s $1.6 billion lawsuit is part of a growing body of legal action filed by the voting company and other targets of claims of vote fraud and manipulation.

They accused Fox of amplifying assertions that Dominion altered votes, “sold a false story of election fraud in order to serve its own commercial purposes, severely injuring Dominion in the process.”

According to Stelter, his job will be to write weekly columns about the ongoing trial. He will also host a podcast wherein he will discuss the same thing.

Of course, Vanity Fair did not hire the most impartial observer of the Fox News–Dominion dispute. Stelter has a long history of promoting anti-Fox bias, stemming back to his days at CNN.

For instance, Stelter once ran a segment on his show wherein he confronted a guest’s claim that both Fox and CNN are biased and partisan. Stelter repeatedly insisted that CNN remained blameless and simply reported the facts, despite his guest’s evidence to the contrary.

After authoring a book, Hoax, that obsessed over the right-leaning network, Stelter also railed against Fox News host Tucker Carlson, demanding that Fox fire him following the Kenosha, Wisconsin race riots and flat-out lying about what Carlson said.

According to Stelter, Carlson attempted to “justify the killing” through his condemnation of the leftist authorities.

“[I]f history is any guide, there will be no internal fallout as a result of his latest shocking statement,” he continued.

Stelter also slammed Fox for its coverage of former President Donald Trump‘s rallies, which he called a “hate movement.”

“When you’re in that pen, you really do feel like a zoo animal,” Stelter said, suggesting that Trump supporters are like animals. “Rallygoers gawk at you, take pictures of you, and sometimes sneer while they walk by, saying things like, ‘You’re fake news’ and ‘enemy of the people.’”

In fact, CNN was so biased that last year, under the new management of Chris Licht, the failing network vowed to clean house and rebuild from the ground up in order to renew its reputation as a reliable news source—starting by firing Stelter.

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