Brian Stelter was unceremoniously fired from CNN last year.
Thanks to low ratings and even lower talent levels, he wasn’t exactly swarming with offers after receiving his walking papers.
But the ex-anchorman has finally found a new gig – and it’s putting the country in just as much jeopardy as his last one.
Brian Stelter and the WEF
Former host of ironically named, “Reliable Sources” weekend show on CNN, Brian Stelter has been unemployed for some time.
But don’t feel too bad for him, his friends in Davos are giving him a payday.
The fired CNN host was recently invited to moderate a panel at the global elites’ annual World Economic Forum (WEF) conference in Davos, Switzerland.
Davos is bone-chilling for the ludicrous amount of unadulterated narcissism contained in one geographic location.
The WEF’s straight out of a Bond movie villain casting frontman Klaus Schwab demonstrated that at the 2022 conference.
Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos:
"The future is built by us, by a powerful community as you here in this room." pic.twitter.com/zgs4ZhSkLR
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 23, 2022
Sadly, he’s not wrong.
Davos is where leftists radicals’ marching orders originate.
What is pontificated about at the WEF weaves its way down to universities in the United States and fill the minds of America’s next generation.
And establishment politicians, both Democrat and RINO use what they learn from the WEF to shape their policy agenda.
In fact, President Joe Biden lifted his “Build Back Better” plan and messaging directly from the WEF.
If you appreciate freedom and the Constitution, the WEF’s influence over elected officials and appointed bureaucrats should trouble you.
The WEF has predicted that by 2030 people won’t own anything or have any privacy – and they’ll be happy about it.
Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better @IdaAuken https://t.co/6BKymvbKB5 pic.twitter.com/YJjAkw8skS
— World Economic Forum (@wef) December 12, 2016
Klaus Schwab’s “powerful community” apparently now includes Brian Stelter.
Stelter’s “Clear and Present Danger” panel
The title of the panel Stelter hosted was “The Clear and Present Danger of Disinformation.”
The unreliable source kicked off the panel by saying that Donald Trump showed “lying works” in 2016 and asked if that has become truer in the last six years.
Along with Stelter on the dais were Democrat Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, New York Times chairman Arthur Gregg Sulzberger and European Commission Vice President for Values and Transparency Věra Jourová from the Czech Republic.
Rep. Moulton: Rep. Santos’ dishonesty poses "a real danger to our Congress, not just to our reputation, but to our national security." #wef23 pic.twitter.com/amDKepV0gg
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) January 17, 2023
Panelists made it clear they want to use so-called “disinformation” to silence anyone who disagrees with the types of “equity” policies championed by the WEF.
“Disinformation is the most existential challenge we’re grappling with as a society,” Sulzberger said.
Rep. Moulton went on to blame supposed “misinformation” for the difficulty in getting people to take the COVID vax jab – despite the vast majority of Americans having already received the original two.
Jourová took things a step further and said the United States needs to impose laws to stamp out so-called, “hate speech,” – with what constitutes that presumably being decided by the WEF or some other global governing body.
“Illegal hate speech, which you will have soon also in the U.S., I think that we have a strong reason why we have this in the criminal law,” Jourová said. “We need to the platforms to simply work with the language and to identify such cases.”
It’s as though every year the WEF sets out to prove yet another supposed “conspiracy theory” true.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.