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. "
He then continued to talk about CNN’s views on President Trump:
"On the inside, we all recognize 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 fucking crazy."
He continues to attack Trump personally, instead of focusing on his policy:
"He’s not actually a Republican. He just adopted that because that was the party he thought he could win in. He doesn’t believe anything that these people believe. The man is on his third wife. I guarantee you he’s paid for abortions. He doesn’t give a shit about abortion. He doesn’t care about gay marriage."
He also attacked Kellyanne Conway, stating that she "looks like she got hit with a shovel."
Carr echoed the sentiment of John Bonifield from the first American Pravda video–that the narrative comes from the top, and Russia is good for ratings:
"…it’s decisions made by people higher than me and if they go wow, your ratings are soaring right now. Keep up what you’re doing. Well, what we’re doing is Russia, ISIS, London terror, shooting in Chicago, that’s it."
CNN released a statement in response to the fallout of Tuesday’s video, "Diversity of personal opinion is what makes CNN strong, we welcome it and embrace it."
But according to Carr, the reality is that there is little diversity of opinion at CNN:
Carr: "We’re all on, 90% of us are on board with just the fact that he’s crazy."
PV: "What do you mean 90% are on board what, the, with her?"
Carr: "Like, no I wouldn’t say with her but just acknowledge the fact that he’s batshit... my direct co-workers."
Carr’s "direct co-workers," are from the program New Day, hosted by Alisyn Camerota and Chris Cuomo, which hosted an eight-minute panel discussion featuring six Trump supporters.
Leaked audio from the segment–an hour and a half long–was provided to Project Veritas.
The audio proved that CNN had selectively edited the segment to make the Trump voters appear as conspiracy theorists.
In reality, the context of their arguments were omitted to feed CNN’s Anti-Trump narrative.