Don’t let the “whistleblowers” of the Ukraine call undermine the meaning and potential good that actual whistleblowers can bring to the public. A young man, Cary Poarch, who was a satellite uplink technician at CNN’s Washington, D.C. bureau is an example of just that. A brave man who is willing to show himself, explain himself, and suffer any consequences that come his way for doing what he believes is morally right.
Poarch, in an interview with Sean Hannity last night, said he thought getting a job in the media, at CNN, would be his dream job. Poarch, who was a Sanders supporter, said he lost sleep over the environment and mandatory job requirements from the liberal leaning CNN. After deciding to come forward, Poarch started recording colleagues and meetings. He then approached Project Veritas at CPAC with the information to bring forward.
Reportedly more clips and recordings will continue to be released this week, but thus far we have seen that Jeff Zucker had a “personal vendetta” against President Trump. No one is shocked by that, but what is somewhat surprising is that many staff members of CNN, who don’t seem to be particularly high up the flag pole, admit that [they] they media, were creating the entire witch hunt against Trump.
Today Trump tweeted on the matter: “Project Veritas-Obtained Undercover Videos Highlight Jeff Zucker’s (@CNN) Campaign To Destroy Trump. Videos Reveal @CNN’s BIAS!” @TuckerCarlson @FoxNews Does this sound like a good, or even great, lawsuit?”
“Project Veritas-Obtained Undercover Videos Highlight Jeff Zucker’s (@CNN) Campaign To Destroy Trump. Videos Reveal @CNN’s BIAS!” @TuckerCarlson @FoxNews Does this sound like a good, or even great, lawsuit?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 15, 2019
Below is Cary Poarch’s appearance on Sean Hannity’s show last night:
The FULL Part 1 expose of CNN by Project Veritas: