What O’Keefe told Chester?
“You know you look like a coward right now,”
“You put your wine down, you go into the elevator, you’re running away from me. It’s that cone of silence Zucker has over you, isn’t it?”
James O’Keeffe, the founder of Project Veritas, won on the CPAC stage on Friday. In the last few years, he has exposed media companies, social media, and mainstream broadcast networks.
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He spoke on the CPAC stage, bringing up whistleblowers revealing media bias.
Once the speech was over, O’Keeffe addressed CNN in the lobby of a hotel. Approaching CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan, he asked him for a comment on Charlie Chester. He’s the CNN director who confessed that the network was intentionally downplayed coverage of black-on- Asian hare crimes.
O’Sullivan doesn’t acknowledge the question.
O’Keeffe asked O’Sullivan why Chester is employed at CNN. Project Veritas shared earlier that Chester claimed the network had excited COVID fears to increase ratings.
“Why are you walking away from me?” O’Keefe asked. “You understand the effect you have this portion on the country working for CNN?”
“CNN hasn’t fired Charlie Chester, why not?” he asked again. “You know you look like a coward right now,” he said. “You put your wine down, you go into the elevator, you’re running away from me. It’s that cone of silence Zucker has over you, isn’t it?”
“How does it feel like to have transparency and scrutiny into you?” O’Keefe said, but the employees of the hotel protected O’Sullivan. He asked O’Keefe to keep his distance because of the coronavirus restrictions.
“I thought COVID goes away when we all sit down,” O’Keefe said, “that’s how it works.”
The restrictions couldn’t keep O’Keefe to asked O’Sullivan: “What is your comment on Charlie Chester still being employed by your network?”
In April, Project Veritas shared that Chester said, “COVID? Gangbusters with ratings. Which is why we constantly have the death toll on the side.” He was referring to the coronavirus case at the edge of CNN’s screen.
“Let’s make it higher, like why isn’t it high enough, you know, today? Like it would make our point better if it was higher,” Chester said. “And I’m like, what am I f***ing rallying for? That’s a problem that we’re doing that. You know?”
“It’s fear. Like, fear really drives numbers,” Chester continued. “Fear is the thing that keeps you tuned in.”
He said all these things to O’Sullivan, who run from the cameras and reporters. O’Keefe steadfast in his goal, as is the PV team. Then, one employee from the hotel protected CNN, with the coronavirus restrictions as a reason.
The Post Millennial reported:
For their efforts, Project Veritas has been banned from Twitter, as has O’Keefe’s personal account. None of that has been enough to stop him from pursuing his mission of revealing the bias behind Facebook, Twitter, CNN, and local Fox affiliates when it comes to vaccines, voting integrity, and diversity, equity, and inclusion practices.
Project Veritas laid bare the propagandist, progressive prejudice of executives like Jeff Zucker at CNN, the hypocrisy of Twitter and Facebook execs, and is moving into the realm of exposing broadcast practices intended to push an ideological agenda while claiming to be objective news.