CNN Contradicts Brian Stelter Tweet–After He Seemingly Downplays Supply Chain Crisis

CNN’s “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter took to Twitter to seemingly downplay that there is a supply chain crisis in the United States.

Stelter was initially mocked on Twitter because people pointed out that milk has nothing to do with the Supply Chain crisis because it is produced locally.

Stelter also ran into the issue that the news outlet he works for, CNN, wrote an article pointing out that there is an issue with store shelves being stocked.

From Fox News:

A CNN report about empty shelves at supermarkets across America contradicts a widely mocked tweet sent by the network’s left-wing media pundit Brian Stelter appearing to dismiss the supply chain crisis.

Stelter shared a photo Saturday of a fully stocked milk section of a Wegmans grocery store with a snarky caption that seemingly downplayed the ongoing supply chain shortages.

Many noted that Stelter’s message was misplaced because most milk is produced locally and is not imported. Others debunked Stelter’s narrative by sharing their own photos of depleted store shelves.

On Wednesday, Stelter’s employer published an article headlined, “Thanksgiving essentials are out of stock,” which reported many Americans have noticed empty shelves.

“If you’re noticing empty shelves when shopping for Thanksgiving, you’re not alone,” CNN reporter Danielle Wiener-Bronner wrote. “In the week ending November 7, retailers were running lower on stock of essential Thanksgiving items compared to the same time last year, according to IRI, a market research firm that tracks US retail sales.”

Does Stelter now think CNN is fake news?

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