CNN’s Zucker Wanted Staff ‘Fully Committed’ to Impeachment

Project Veritas on Wednesday released a snippet of undercover audio in which CNN president Jeff Zucker is heard encouraging staff to be “fully committed” to taking President Trump’s impeachment seriously, arguing that those who are “covering it up” are “lying.”

“We are at an incredibly important time in history and this country and this is the story,” Zucker is heard telling reporters on a CNN conference call, according to Breitbart News. “This is it and I want to be fully committed to it, and not take our eye off this ball.

“I also don’t want to be afraid to call out those who are covering it up and obfuscating, and coming out and saying there’s nothing to see here, because they’re lying,” he added.

This video clip comes after Project Veritas published a separate video of a media coordinator at CNN, which calls itself “the most trusted name in news,” saying Zucker has a “personal vendetta” against Trump. To quote the network’s tagline, “This is CNN.”

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In October 2019, CNN published a “fact check” claiming that President Trump had grossly exaggerated the depleted state of America’s munitions stockpile when he was first sworn into office, and also his impact on the subsequent rebuild of that stockpile. But in its presentation, CNN completely omitted a large amount of data provided by a Heritage Foundation defense analyst demonstrating that Trump’s assertions were absolutely accurate.

In light of CNN’s long history of inaccuracies and dishonesty vis-a-vis President Trump and other conservatives, liberal attorney Alan Dershowitz said in July 2019: “[Zucker] has destroyed CNN. He has made it impossible for people to hear two sides of a view or any side of a view other than Jeff Zucker’s view, and that’s not the way television should operate…. [Viewers are] not getting analysis or reporting; they’re getting wishful thinking, and that’s not a substitute for hard news.”

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