Brian Stelter’s ‘Days Are Numbered’ at CNN: ‘Discovery Management Believes He Is Negative Partisan Lightening Rod’

Far-left CNN host Brian Stelter’s “days are numbered” at the network because the new bosses believe “he is a negative partisan lighting rod,” according to reports.

Veteran reporter Jon Nicosia has been getting the inside scoop at CNN covering the coming changes at the network under its new parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery.

Changes are coming at CNN because the network has a new owner and the majority shareholder is a supporter of President Donald Trump who thinks the network has lost its way.

John Malone, a billionaire Trump mega-donor, is the majority owner of Warner Bros. Discovery, and that means trouble for some of CNN’s biggest stars, including Stelter.

Nicosia reported that Stelter’s “days are numbered” at CNN.

“Brian Stelter’s days are numbered with the network,” he said.

Discovery management “very much considers him a Zucker henchman and embarrassment” and believes he is “a negative partisan lighting rod and distraction going forward.”

Nicosia reported earlier that Malone was not happy with Stelter, describing the host as a “cancer” on the network.

“At a recent (informal) Discovery Board meeting (largest shareholder) John Malone referred to CNN’s Brian Stelter as a ‘cancer’ and a ‘Zucker henchman’ that has ‘a failing show.’

Nicosia reported on the changes saying:

Source: John Malone, Discovery’s board member will “play a huge role in the new organization’s plans to return CNN to its news channel roots and dismantle the partisan organization Zucker shifted it into.”

They continue: “This will mean a large realignment of staff”

Malone donated $250,000 to Trump’s inauguration in 2017.

He said recently: “I would like to see CNN evolve back to the kind of journalism that it started with, and actually have journalists, which would be unique and refreshing.

“I do believe good journalism could have a role in this future portfolio that Discovery-TimeWarner’s going to represent.”

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Deadline reported, “Discovery’s largest shareholder, John Malone, a critic of CNN, made it known that corporate procedures had to be followed to the letter in regards to Zucker, we hear.

“Being that WarnerMedia’s standards of business conduct require disclosure of relationships that develop with a boss and subordinate, Zucker’s goose was officially cooked.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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