The first of many recordings of CNN morning conference calls between CNN President Jeff Zucker and staff, obtained by Project Veritas through a brave informer, was released on Tuesday, Nov. 1, to the public by James O’Keefe, CEO of Project Veritas.
“CNN says on Jeff Zucker’s 9 a.m. editorial conference call how ‘they’—the Democratic Party, [and] powerful interest groups, may determine how CNN will cover Trump not conceding the presidential election,'” said O’Keefe.
The conference call features Jamie Gangel, a CNN special correspondent, who explains why CNN should focus on the president not conceding to Joe Biden, not on the challenge the Trump team of attorneys are mounting in the courts over election fraud, reported TheRightScoop.
The call was recorded on Nov. 9, just as vote counting was being finalized in many states, and the president had begun challenging results.
— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) December 2, 2020
Such biased reporting was weighted against the president from the beginning, and O’Keefe’s legal team has said Jeff Zucker is mad and embarrassed and has contacted law enforcement.
Our Legal experts say Jeff Zucker is just mad and embarrassed. 😂
Stay tuned! https://t.co/mZXVIgiZXa
— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) December 1, 2020
No doubt O’Keefe will have checked up on his legal rights before releasing the recording of the call. “I think Mr. Zucker is shaking in his boots right now. I think he’s very afraid of what might be coming,” said O’Keefe.