On Tuesday's radio program, Glenn Beck castigated those in the mainstream media who cannot bring themselves to put fact before opinion when it comes to President Donald Trump.
In the wake of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, which did not find collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential election, media commentators, such as CNN's Brian Stelter, are actually upset by the idea that the president of the United States was not conspiring with Russia.
"Put this into perspective, please," Glenn said. "Tell me one thing that could be worse than a president being a foreign agent for Vladimir Putin."
"I'm gonna speak a little slower for confused people like Brian Stelter at CNN who really don't understand this," he continued.
Glenn played an audio clip of Stelter's condescending diatribe on Sunday's edition of "Reliable Sources":
There is difference between news and opinion. I realize it can be hard to tune out all of the noise and just tune in to the news these days. If I had to pick speculation or solid reporting, I would pick solid reporting in a second. I bet you would too.
Reporting is what adds the most value. Finding out something new, putting out new information into the world is the best feeling in journalism. It is the greatest value add. Hundreds of journalists have been trying to solve pieces of this Trump-Russia puzzle. But here's the thing, speculation actually has value too. It helps open our eyes and our minds to what's possible.
"It helps open or minds and our eyes? Really, Brian?" Glenn said. "Do you really think that journalists around you have an open mind [about] Donald Trump ... because you're proving that all to be bull crap right now with your responses on the news channels."
Watch the clip below:
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