|Over the last ten days, Project Veritas has released a series of videos exposing bias and alleged misconduct wi
Over the last ten days, Project Veritas has released a series of videos exposing bias and alleged misconduct within CNN.
CNN still hasn’t responded to our request for comment on the videos…
Today, I decided to confront CNN head on.
I caught up with Jake Tapper to get comment on our latest tapes on alleged sexual misconduct.
On Tuesday, Project Veritas released a video showing Rick Saleeby, Senior Producer of ‘The Lead With Jake Tapper,’ accusing Steve Brusk, CNN Politics Supervising Producer, of sexual misconduct.
In that video, Saleeby can be seen making the following remarks about Steve Brusk:
Since CNN has chosen to ignore this serious charge, I tried to get comment from Tapper today at a private CNN event called ‘Conversations That Matter’ happening at 6 St Johns Lane, New York, NY, 10013.
CNN simply does not want to acknowledge these videos, even when it comes to alleged sexual misconduct.
Jake Tapper told me to reach out to CNN Public Relations in order to avoid making a comment of his own.
Will you stand with me and demand a response from CNN’s PR team?
Reach out to these three executives on TWITTER and EMAIL:
Matt Dornic, Vice President, CNN Digital Worldwide & Great Big Story Communications; Digital Partnerships
Barbara Levin, Vice President, CNN/U.S. Communications
Allison Gollust, EVP, & Chief Marketing Officer, CNN Worldwide
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