Greg Gutfeld Accuses CNN's Brian Stelter of Hoping for 'Something Bad to Happen' Over Coronavirus to Hurt Trump

Brian Stelter attends the 11th annual CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute at the American Museum of Natural History on Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

President Donald Trump organized a task force last month to focus on Coronavirus and yesterday, he designated the Vice President to be in charge, showing the administration’s focus to address the virus.

But for Democrats and their supporters in the media, nothing is ever enough and anything Trump does is to be attacked and challenged, even in fighting a potential pandemic.

Example, CNN’s Brian Stelter host of “Reliable Sources” (what a misnomer).

How disgusting is that? Even as we should be all coming together to address a problem, they almost sound like they want it to happen to prove their theories right about Trump.

Greg Gutfeld busted them on it.

“Gross how media hopes for something bad to happen to a country to prove their humiliated idiocies of the past 4 years are finally validated. ‘The fears may be coming true…’ they say hopefully.”

Exactly. Even with a threat, they’re still all about the narrative and thinking how it could take down Trump.

What media should be doing is properly informing people, much as the president did, about proper precautions, not whipping up hysteria for political gain.

But of course, this is the media that’s whipped up the Russia collusion hoax, the world imploding in 12 years (it’s like 10 now) from climate change, net neutrality killing us all. Not to mention the credibility of any network who tried to sell us, over and over and over again, Michael Avenatti.

These are “reliable sources?”

Please.

Trump didn’t create the virus and he’s delegated resources to address it.

The people stoking division and fear are folks like Stelter, not Trump.