CNN just got CALLED OUT by President Trump.
What did they get called out on? In the words of President Trump: “campaign violations.” The accusation came while discussing a Project Veritas video.
Once again CNN may be up to some shady stuff, would anybody put it past them?
They are openly hostile to just about everything conservative….but as the old saying goes: follow the money.
Will there be more damaging evidence against CNN as the months go on?
Read on and decide for yourself:
Fox News reported:
In an exclusive interview with "Hannity," former President Donald J. Trump said that social media and Big Tech firms like Facebook, Twitter, Amazon and Google should face the scrutiny of antitrust investigatory bodies, given their monopolistic actions toward American political discourse.
The Palm Beach, Fla., resident added that a video released by investigative journalist James O'Keefe proves that CNN committed "campaign violations."
In the video, CNN technical director Charles Chester made several shocking revelations about the network's mission to "get Trump out", and that CNN President Jeffrey Zucker would call into the control room on a "red phone" to demand COVID-19 casualty data be made more prominent during a newscast to increase ratings.
"I’m getting the word out because we are doing [press] releases," Trump said of being banned by Twitter and Facebook. "Every time I do a release, it’s all over the place. It is better than Twitter.
Daily Mail had more on the story:
In one clip, the technical director, Charlie Chester, tells his 'date' that CNN's focus was to remove Trump from the presidency.
'That is a campaign violation,' said Trump, describing Project Veritas' work as 'incredible'.
'What they are doing is a massive campaign violation. When you look at what they did.'
Trump, who has been at war with social media companies since he was removed from their platforms following the January Capitol riot, called for more regulation of their operations.
He said they were biased towards Democrats, and needed more scrutiny.
'They have to be strong and can't be dominated by Amazon, Google and people that could take them off the air right away,' he said.