After months of producing fake news designed to damage the Trump Administration, CNN is learning a very real lesson: in the end, the truth always prevails.
Yesterday, Project Veritas released footage of CNN supervising producer John Bonifield, saying that his network’s constant coverage of the unproven connection between President Trump and Russia, is “mostly bull-sh*t.”
Following the release of that footage, Director of Special Operations and Senior Communications Strategist for Project Veritas, Steve Gordon, appeared on NRATV’s Whittle’s Hot Mic to discuss the corrupt mainstream media and its deliberate lies about Russian collusion. “We’re going after the entire mainstream media,” Gordon said to host Bill Whittle. “We’re not stopping at CNN.”
On Wednesday, a second truth-MOAB was dropped on CNN when a newly released video caught CNN commentator Van Jones, well, actually telling the truth. “The Russia thing is just a big nothingburger,” said Jones in the video. “There’s nothing there you can do.”
Following the release, Project Veritas President James O’Keefe stopped by NRATV to discuss the uprising against mainstream media with Bill Whittle. “We are hitting them in the gut and it’s all truth,” said O’Keefe. “They’re no longer Goliath. We’re the Goliath. We have the power now. The citizenry has the power.”
While Jones’ off-camera statements are, in fact, true, they beg the question: if Bonifield, Jones and presumably others at CNN believe the Trump-Russia stories are untrue, why do they continue to push 24-hour coverage of the fake news?
To answer that question, NRATV Commentator Dana Loesch took to Stinchfield on Wendesday. “They can sell advertising. They increase their bottom line,” said Loesch of CNN’s manufactured lies about President Trump. “That’s what it’s all about.”
If the mainstream media continues to put its own greed above our sacred democracy, patriots like O’Keefe, Gordon, Whittle and Loesch will be there to fight back for the American people.
“I do hold cards,” said O’Keefe. Watch a portion of his interview with Bill Whittle and catch the whole 30 minutes on NRATV here.