CNN's Van Jones Caught: 'The Russia Thing is Just a Big Nothing Burger'


James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have done it again. And this time, their undercover video line has exposed one of the most liberal pundits on CNN: Van Jones.

While secretly taping the conversation, an undercover Veritas reporter asked Jones what he thought of the media-driven reports that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians to rig the 2016 presidential election.

Jones’ response?

“The Russia thing is just a big nothing burger.”

Yes. That’s actually what Jones said. We couldn’t believe he said it, either.

After publishing the undercover footage, O’Keefe commented on how the media has run roughshod over the American public for far too long, explaining:

The media, for years, has gotten away with manufacturing consent. People are fed up with the emptiness and artifice that pervades our media. Well, I’ll tell you something. Change is coming, whether CNN likes it or not.

This video was the second part of an undercover expose done by Project Veritas in order to expose the left-wing media and their targeted anti-Trump agenda.

Stay tuned for further possible videos coming -- because, as noted by O’Keefe, “change is coming.”

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