CNN Official Admits To Fabricated Stories About Trump, Says It’s All About ‘The Ratings’

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Project Veritas; an undercover investigation project has just released a video in which a senior CNN producer admits that the network’s constant harping about the President Trump/Russia scandal is mainly for the ratings.

The video shows a man identified as CNN Health supervising producer John Bonifield responding to questions being asked by an undercover reporter.

“Why is CNN constantly like, Russia this, Russia that?” the undercover reporter asks?

Bonifield responds, “because it’s ratings. Our ratings are incredible right now.”

Further on in the video, the undercover journalist asks, “but honestly, you think the whole Russia sh*t is just like, bullsh*t?”

“Could be bullsh*t,” responds Bonifield. “I mean, it’s mostly bullshit right now. Like, we don’t have any big giant proof.”

“And so I think the President is probably right to say, like, look, you are witch hunting me,” Bonifield continue later on in the clip.

Alarmingly, Bonifield also goes on to claim that in an internal CNN meeting, CNN CEO Jeff Zucker said, “good job everybody covering the Paris climate accords but we’re done with it, let’s get back to Russia.”

The video also shows Bonifield admitting that he has not seen evidence that Trump has committed any crimes.

“I haven’t seen any good evidence to show the president committed a crime,” Bonifield says in the video.

These startling admissions from a CNN producer on hidden camera video come amid many other comments the video shows him making that are particularly problematic for a network in crisis.

The Project Veritas video was released on Tuesday amid the worst scandal in CNN history.

Zucker, the network president, is currently leading an internal investigation into a fake news hit piece that CNN had published Thursday night then retracted late Friday after a Breitbart News investigation.

Watch the video below,

 

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