James O’Keefe Drops “Bombshell” CNN Tapes from a CNN Insider – Updating

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James O’Keefe has made good on his promise to release undercover audio at CNN which he has posted on a website he called CNNLeaks. Speaking on Periscope, O’Keefe said Project Veritas was using “Alinsky tactics against the Alinskyites” and that the tapes “speak for themselves.”

We will update this article if we can get back onto CNNLeaks or as information comes out.

“We got a call from a couple of producers at CNN last night. They were freaking out that their hosts would be featured in the tapes — sleepless nights over at CNN,” O’Keefe said at the release in a suite at CPAC.

Mr. O’Keefe is offering a $10,000 award for more whistleblowers at these corrupt networks.

The knives are out at CNN and they couldn’t write the hit piece by Brian Stelter fast enough.

The tapes reveal more bias from then-CNN Assignment Desk Editor Nicky Robinson, who can be heard attacking conservative-leaning channel Fox News.

“Fox News, I think Fox News is unbearable. It’s horrible,” Robinson can be heard saying. They are also heard saying Fox is SO AMERICAN.

They are also heard saying climate change is not up for debate.

The footage is alleged to be sourced from an insider who appears to have grown frustrated with the biased reporting of the “fake news” media outlet.

On O’Keefe’s website, today’s release includes 119 hours of secretly recorded raw footage from an inside source at CNN with another 100 hours of footage still to be released. He’s asking for help transcribing.

The first video/audio from James O’Keefe serves as an introduction.

Richard Griffiths, who is now CNN’s Vice President and Senior Editorial Director, was caught in the audio recordings explaining that the role of journalists is to “aid the afflicted and afflict the comfortable,” instead of just accurately reporting the news.

“Tell a story. Tell what’s going on. There’s a secondary corollary to that, right? Aid the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. To a degree, right? Is that not part of the traditional role of a journalist? It’s actually one of the things I can be most proud of as a journalist. You know we try to show the ugly side of humanity so we can do something about it. It’s hard, very hard.”

In another exchange, Arthur Brice, an executive editor at the network, is heard discussing misrepresenting poll data.

“I read a CNN poll that was taken on June 26 and 28 th, and I know that the hearing for the case, the fire fighters case was on the 29 th, so the poll was done right before it, and those are still the poll results we’re reporting, so I asked someone in DC who does the poll results about why we hadn’t updated it, and said there were a few newer polls from last week and the week before and there’s CBS news polls and a Rasmussen poll, and he said we don’t use Rasmussen, and I said does CNN plan to do another poll if we’re only using that. He said we’re not going to be doing another poll, those are the results we’ll be using. So I don’t see how that’s reporting all sides because that poll said hold for release until Friday the 10th,” Miss X says.

“Who did you talk with?” Brice asks.

“Paul [CNN’s Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser],” Miss X continues.

“Yeah, he’s your director. Yeah, he’s pretty high up in the food chain. I agree. I think it’s dishonest to use outdated information if new information shows something that is in variance with what you’re reporting. It’s just, it’s dishonest,” Brice laments.
Another discussion concerning inaccurate poll numbers about Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.

Other clips have the open discussions of outright far-left bias.

Joe Sterling talks about using outdated polls and skewing public perception.

 

CNN is obviously not America!

This is an interesting message!