(Warning: Some foul language)
Uh oh. Looks like CNN has got some ‘splainin to do.
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas organization has released part three of their “American Pravda” series of videos, and this newest video exposes the clear bias at CNN along with what they think of the American electorate.
An undercover Veritas reporter got close with CNN Associate Producer Jimmy Carr, and Carr was clearly not shy with his insights.
Here’s what Carr had to say about President Trump:
On the inside, we all recognize he is a clown, that he is hilariously unqualified for this, he’s really bad at this and that he does not have America’s best interests. We recognize he’s just fucking crazy.
As if that wasn’t enough, Carr expanded his opinion of Trump:
Here’s the deal, this is a man who’s not actually a Republican. He’s not actually a Republican. He just adopted that because that was the party he thought he could win in. He doesn’t believe anything that these people believe.
But, the bombshell assertions that Carr made came next:
The man’s on his third wife. I guarantee you he’s paid for abortions. He doesn’t give a shit about abortion. He doesn’t care about gay marriage. He doesn’t even really care about the budget.
Carr also told the Veritas reporter that the majority of people working at CNN believe the very same things he’d been talking about throughout this expose.
“90 percent of us are on board with just the fact that he’s crazy,” Carr told the undercover journalist.
When the Veritas reporter asked Carr whether the intelligence of the American voter could be brought into question, Carr responded in a very flippant way.
“Oh no,” Carr began his answer. “They’re stupid as shit.”
Carr continued his poor stand-up comedy routine when the subject of the current Counselor to President Trump was broached.
“She looks like she got hit with a shovel,” Carr opined.
The video rounds up with an observation of CNN’s selective editing. In particular, O’Keefe points out a segment CNN’s Alisyn Camerota did with Trump voters. Camerota was asking voters what they thought of Trump’s performance after “60-plus” days in office, and whether they thought there was any credence to Trump’s claim that three to five million people voted illegally against him in the election.
One man, William Baer, who agreed with Trump’s claim, and said that he saw evidence of voter fraud himself, was painted as a conspiracy theorist by CNN. However, unedited raw audio of the segment revealed the entire point of Baer's argument, instead of the snippet that CNN actually showed on air.
So what portion of the man’s comment did CNN cut out?
“I mean, has anybody looked into,” Baer said, “like what James O’Keefe has done? When he went undercover, to these various polling places?”
Baer went on to say that he was a poll watcher in in New Jersey, and that he witnessed supposed voters using false names on provisional ballots in order to stuff the ballot boxes.
O’Keefe claims that CNN selectively edited Baer’s answer, because “it didn’t fit their narrative.”
The most trusted name in news? Not so much.
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