The charges faced by former Trump White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon and the raid of right-wing reporter James O’Keefe’s home are both viewed as “politically motivated” by a majority of American voters, a new Rasmussen poll has revealed. Seen exclusively by The National Pulse, the latest Rasmussen data comes in the same week Bannon, 67, pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ to two misdemeanor charges for alleged Contempt of Congress. Bannon refused to co-operate with a Democrat-led commission’s attempts to break the convention of Executive Privilege which guards the communications of Presidents of the United States for national security and to
Raheem Kassam and Matthew Tyrmand (Project Veritas) break down the latest SUSPENSION that Twitter handed down: of James O’Keefe. Make sure you’re subscribed on a podcast app and leave us a review!
Twitter has suspended Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe. O’Keefe’s Twitter page now reads “account suspended,” signaling that the move is a permanent ban on his account. The suspension follows his organization capturing undercover footage of CNN Technical Director Charlie Chester admitting the network engaged in “propaganda” to remove former President Donald Trump from office and similar tactics against Rep. Matt Gaetz.
James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, outlined how CNN lied about his organization’s Twitter in a new video, ultimately predicting that the network will be forced to issue several retractions. O’Keefe notes how CNN host Ana Cabrera described Project Veritas’ Twitter suspension as “part of a much broader crackdown, as we mentioned, by social media giants on accounts that are promoting misinformation.” Brian Stelter added on the segment that the group’s Twitter ban was in response to “violating multiple rules on the site.” Cabrera’s comments, however, are at odds with a February CNN article by Brian Fung that traced the ban
Project Veritas has released calls showing Jeff Zucker, the president of CNN, repeatedly telling reporters to not “normalize” President Trump, encouraging them to emphasize “each” alleged scandal as “the one that is going to undo him with his voters.” In the nearly three-minute-long video, obtained from the network’s daily editorial calls, Zucker can be heard telling reporters that CNN cannot “normalize” President Trump’s behavior. He later goes on to suggest that President Trump, following his COVID-19 contraction, may be under the influence of the “after effects of steroids”: Okay, I just want to re-emphasize that, you know, I think we
CNN’s verified public relations and communications team has tweeted a baseless and anti-journalistic legal threat at independent political reporter James O’Keefe. The move comes after O’Keefe and his Project Veritas group dialed into the CNN Editorial Call this morning, promising to publish public interest recordings of the CNN calls which the group claims to have had access to for months. CNN’s claim – provided with no legal rationale – was shared by their often overzealous public relations team. The tweet also claimed to have referred the matter to “law enforcement” – a curious position given CNN’s repeated attacks on U.S.
James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, teased the release of tapes revealing CNN’s bias while on an editorial call with the network’s president Jeff Zucker. O’Keefe informed Zucker on the call that his organization had been recording the insider calls for months before inquiring “do you still feel you’re the most trusted name in news.” Zucker, failing to address O’Keefe’s question, responds “thank you for your comment. So, everybody, I think in light of that, we’ll set up a new system, and we’ll be back with you, we’ll do the rest of the call later” before appearing to end the