CNN Reports Project Veritas to Law Enforcement After Releasing Privately Recorded Audio

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Samuel Case, FISM News

CNN has reported James O’Keefe, founder of the under cover journalist organization Project Veritas, to law enforcement after he released audio of CNN editorial meetings in an attempt to expose political bias.

O’Keefe says he’d been recording the morning conference calls of CNN President Jeff Zucker for months.

In one of the calls O’Keefe shared on Twitter a CNN special corespondent warned of not giving “Trump too much of a platform on his not conceding.” A field producer in the call mentions “why it’s important to get the transition going right.” The video received millions of views.

In a separate call, Zucker discusses targeting Senator Lindsey Graham saying the senator “really deserves it.” And another shows CNN’s VP of global programming Marcus Mabry accusing Fox’s Tucker Carlson of racism. O’Keefe says there are more clips to come.

CNN responded to O’Keefe on Twitter saying his actions “may be a felony” and that they’ve “referred it to law enforcement.”