WATCH: CNN Shows What They Really Think Of You

June 30, 2017

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President Donald Trump called CNN “very fake news” two months ago during an interview with the network’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta.

CNN claims Americans “trust them now more than ever,” but three undercover videos released this week have proven that CNN is biased and dishonest, publishes fake news, and is utterly contemptuous of the average American voter.  

Trump is a “clown” who’s “f***ing crazy” and voters as “stupid as sh**” 

On Friday, James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, released the third installment in his video series showing undercover footage of prominent CNN employees admitting the Russia “scandal” is nonexistent, but one encounter took a page from Hillary Clintons playbook.

Jimmy Carr, a producer for CNN’s “New Day” morning show starring Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota, was caught on camera by Project Veritas admitting network insiders view Trump as a “clown” who’s “f***ing crazy” and his voters are “stupid as sh**.”

Carr said, “90 percent of us are on board with just the fact that he’s crazy.” He added:

On the inside, we all recognize that 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 f***ing crazy.

When asked if it would be “fair to question the intellect of the American voter,” Carr replied, “Oh no. They’re stupid as sh**.”
Watch the full video below (Warning: language):

CNN Producer: Voters “Stupid as Sh*t”- American Pravda: CNN Part 3

Project Veritas’ newest video from the American Pravda: CNN series exposes Jimmy Carr, the Associate Producer for CNN’s New Day attacking President Donald Trump and admitting that CNN has a left-leaning bias. When asked by an undercover journalist if CNN is impartial, Carr plainly responded, “In theory.”

“Big nothingburger”

On Tuesday, O’Keefe released a second video showing CNN commentator Van Jones saying that the network’s Russia narrative is a “big nothingburger.”

Jones’ admission is crucial because he has been a staunch opponent of Trump and has used his seat on the CNN panel for months to drive the narrative that the president colluded with the Russians during the 2016 presidential elections.

CNN’s coverage is “mostly [censored]

The first video was released on Monday and exposed CNN producer John Bonifield admitting that the network’s coverage is “mostly [censored]” — suggesting higher-ups at the network are chasing ratings rather than adhering to journalistic integrity.

Bonifield admitted the network does not have “giant proof” of any wrongdoing, and that they have experienced a huge bump in ratings while peddling lies and falsehoods.

The CNN producer said:

I think there are a lot of liberal CNN viewers who want to see Trump get really scrutinized. And I think if we’d have behaved that way with President Obama and scrutinized everything that he was doing with as much scrutiny as we applied to Donald Trump, I think our viewers would have been turned off.

Actions have consequences

It will now be even more difficult for CNN to argue they are a legitimate news organization rather than political operatives peddling a biased agenda.

In examples from just this week: CNN retracted a story and fired three employees for publishing a false hit piece connecting Trump to Russia; a producer admitted the network has been pushing the Russia narrative for ratings; commentator Van Jones confessed the narrative is a “nothingburger”; and another producer belittled Trump supporters while admitting the network has a strong bias against the president.

Has CNN lost all credibility? It’s hard to argue otherwise.

Martin Walsh

Martin Walsh is a staff writer for The Conservative Institute.  He has a Master's degree from the University of Mississippi in International Relations and leads a college lecture on terrorism.