Brian Stelter, a high-profile CNN anchor who lost his job in disgrace after the company went under new management, was a guest speaker at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos this week.

Stelter was selected to chair a panel on ‘disinformation’ where he claimed that the greatest threat facing modern society was fake news.

During his tenure at CNN, Stelter aggressively confronted people who he claimed were spreading disinformation, most of whom were Republicans.

Still, Stelter has repeatedly defended his decision when he was employed at CNN not to cover stories such as the Hunter Biden laptop story.

Stelter was also a prolific supporter of the Russiagate hoax where former President Donald Trump was accused of collaborating with Russian President Vladimir Putin to interfere in the 2016 Presidential election.

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“On Tuesday, disgraced former CNN anchor Brian Stelter took to the stage at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting to chair a panel on “disinformation.”

The panelists claimed that the spread of fake news was among the greatest threats currently facing society, and praised Europe for its strict internet regulations.

“How does this discussion of disinformation relate to everything else happening here today in Davos?” Stelter asked the panel, which included the New York Times’ Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, European Commission VP Věra Jourová, Rep. Seth Moulton, and Internews CEO Jeanne Bourgault.

“If you look at this question of disinformation,” Sulzberger replied, “I think it maps basically to every other challenge that we’re grappling with as a society, and certainly the most existential among them.”

“What it attacks is trust,” he continued, suggesting that a lack of trust will result in the disintegration of society.”

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