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    James O’Keefe to #ExposeCNN With Undercover Video Dropping Monday

    James O’Keefe to #ExposeCNN With Undercover Video Dropping Monday

    “dozens of recordings made of officials at the highest levels of CNN, revealing a political agenda, bias and misconduct hidden from public view”

    James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas group have apparently found an insider at CNN who has recorded some politically inconvenient conversations with higher-ups at the liberal network. They’re planning to expose this information starting Monday.

    They made the announcement on Saturday night.

    From Project Veritas:

    On the Eve of the CNN Insider blowing the whistle on his own network…

    This week, a CNN insider will blow the whistle and through Project Veritas will release dozens of recordings made of officials at the highest levels of CNN, revealing a political agenda, bias and misconduct hidden from public view.

    This series of tapes — which we think will be the biggest story of the year for Project Veritas — blends two extraordinary series of events; a brave insider secretly recording at work. This is a hard-hitting piece of hidden camera muckraking into one of the supposed “most trusted names in news.”

    A major aspect of this story is the heroic actions of an insider.

    By far, the most often asked question (and most important) is “What can I do?” There is a new genre of answer—you can wear a hidden camera and blow the whistle on your employer through Project Veritas. This new movement, which we are calling “Be Brave. Do Something” is enabling citizens to become catalysts for reform. It is the modern incarnation of what Jack Anderson once described as “the sirens of Greek mythology, who, by their seductive singing, enticed unknowing wayfarers to abandon the cramped boredom of safe passage for a hazardous try at strange excitements and gratifications.”

    Here’s a video of O’Keefe making the announcement at an event this weekend:

    At the time of this writing, the hashtag #ExposeCNN is blowing up on Twitter but still not trending:

    This should be good, so stay tuned.

    Let’s see just how much CNN likes whistleblowers when this story drops.

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    They’ll start by calling it “heavily edited”, even after the complete unedited video is made available. Then they’ll call it “deceptively edited”. Finally, they’ll just call it the “discredited” video, even though everything in it is absolutely true.

    We’ve already seen their playbook.

    LookoutABear | October 14, 2019 at 1:34 pm

    At this point, what could they possibly reveal about CNN that would shock anyone?

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | October 14, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    Maybe James O’Keefe can check out some things such as this.

    #Woke Plutocrat Bill Gates Met With Jeffrey Epstein After His Sexcrime Convictions, To Discuss Fund to Help… Little Girls

    healthguyfsu | October 14, 2019 at 4:15 pm

    I’ve yet to see O’Keefe legitimately discredited.

    The only thing I see are uppity journalists getting mad that he exposed them by sending people in on sting operations.

    They caught him on one going after WaPo, which doesn’t really prove that he was lying about anything (or that WaPo wouldn’t have published it if they hadn’t successfully doxxed the person).

    That’s the most I’ve seen. Other than that, they just try to shame his tactics. If they weren’t so worried about what his tactics might reveal, then they wouldn’t scream so loudly, either.

    I see random claims of “heavily edited” video but no proof yet that he actually changed someone’s words. Context is always useful, and that’s why it’s good when investigators like this release unedited versions, too (like with the PP scandals). However, I think some burden of proof on context reverts back to the caught party in the court of public opinion.

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