CNN Tech Director Admits Network's Focus 'Was to Get Trump Out of Office' - WATCH
Director says network pumping out propaganda
An explosive new Project Veritas video shows a CNN technical director admitting the network's “focus was to get Trump out of office.”
The individual, who Project Veritas alleges to be CNN technical director Charlie Chester, openly discusses the “propaganda” regarding President Trump's health.
The director also appears to describe how CNN framed Joe Biden “as a young geriatric."
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Chester also said he believed CNN helped Biden “through this term.”
“We were creating a story there that we didn’t know anything about," Chester began.
"That’s what – I think that’s propaganda, you know?” Chester is seen saying, according to Project Veritas.
“Trump was, I don’t know, like his hand was shaking or whatever I think."
"We brought in like, so many medical people to like all tell a story that, like, it was all speculation," he added.
"That he was like neurologically damaged, that he was losing it."
"He’s unfit to, you know, whatever," Chester continued.
"We were … creating a story there that we didn’t know anything about, you know?”
“Our focus was to get Trump out of office, right?"
"Without saying it, that’s what it was. Right?” he added.
Chester also expresses his opinion on the network’s role in the 2020 election.
“I am a hundred percent gonna say it," he said.
"And I a hundred percent believe it that if it wasn’t for CNN, I don’t know that Trump would have got voted out,” he says in the video.
Project Veritas’ video also shows Chester predicting what’s next for CNN.
According to the video, the network plans to focus “mainly on climate” and will promote “climate change awareness.”