Published: Wed, October 16, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

CNN ‘whistleblower’ exposes Network CEO has a personal vendetta against President Trump

CNN ‘whistleblower’ exposes Network CEO has a personal vendetta against President Trump

Eric Spracklin has posted part 1 of the exposé at the Project Veritas site and James O'Keefe has disseminated the lead video via Twitter (below). The whistleblower has now been identified as Cary Poarch, who said he made a decision to secretly record meetings at the network to expose the bias.

Secret recordings captured by an alleged "whistleblower" in CNN expose the network's bias against President Trump. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) to "knock that off".

In the video, a man identified as Zucker can be heard saying, "I don't care about the MSNBC event, OK?"

According to Project Veritas, Poarch told them Zucker spoke daily to top CNN executives, including Senior Vice President of Newsgathering Virginia Moseley and political Director David Chalian.

"There are a lot of people who are out here trying to play like, just do what they think is the best of journalistic integrity", Neville says. "[Zucker] hates him. He's going to be negative", the person identified as Neville said in the highly edited video.

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Zucker "has had an ongoing feud with Trump since The Apprentice", he also acknowledges. "Let's just stay very focused on impeachment", in the recording, reported Fox News.

"I hate how everything at the company is now all Trump all the time". He claims the hidden camera clips, reportedly taken by "whistleblower" Cary Poarch-who claims he worked as a satellite uplink engineer at CNN's Washington bureau-captures biases against Trump and his allies at the network. "Our Democratic interviews are like softballs, compared to the Republicans".

More of a disgruntled employee. In the run-up to the election CNN published numerous stories predicting a landslide victory for Hillary Clinton, with its own Political Prediction Market giving the Democrat nominee a 91% chance of winning the day before Trump defeated her.

"I was about to quit, and I wrestled with the decision long and hard", Poarch told O'Keefe. "But at this point, I'm still waiting for bigger and more explosive things". I lose sleep over it. I'm anticipating something more, I'm excited, I think O'Keefe is a great journalist and a fearless guy.

Sierra responds "I think if, unless if were looking a mass, if you're a mass shooting like if it were like 20 people killed, they would cover it".

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