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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

CNN latest news cesspool uncovered

Project Veritas is exposing the deep dark secrets of the seditious CNN which is cahoots with Obama to bring down President Donald John Trump and our republic as well.

Today's installment shocked me, "Part 4: #MeTooCNN Video Exposes Alleged Sexual Misconduct by CNN Exec and Possible Cover-Up by Senior CNN Management."

What? This I did not expect.

People went on the record.

Project Veritas reported, "When speaking about CNN Politics Supervising Producer and White House Unit Supervising Producer/Coverage Manager, Steve Brusk, ‘The Lead with Jake Tapper’ Senior Producer Rick Saleeby said: 'he would like make advances if there was a social gathering and they were drunk… Put his arms around them, try and touch their leg. Try and build up emails to the level where he would get flirty and inappropriate.'"

These are not anonymous attacks by cowards.

The allegations come after endless panels on CNN berated Harvey Weinstein and Al Franken for their conduct with women. Weinstein engaged in transactional sex with actresses (and apparently rape) while Franken pretended to grope a sleeping woman.

If what Saleeby said about Brusk is true -- and CNN is not addressing the accusation -- then Brusk is harassing women while he was booking Michael Avenatti to appear on Tapper's show to accuse President Trump of adultery.

But I got to thinking. Television news departments sure have a lot of trouble with sexual harassment even as they engage in news actualities and lengthy panel discussions condemning the practice.

Fox News bounced founder Roger Ailes and its longtime top anchor Bill O'Reilly for sexual harassment. PBS and CBS both fired Charlie Rose for the same thing. And NBC canned Matt Lauer for this as well.

These were the men who were cash cows for the networks. They all crashed within a year or so. In each case the networks saved a lot of money, which indicates they knew about this wrongful behavior but looked the other way until they figured they could go cheaper. In the case of Lauer and Rose, they did it with female anchors who were paid less.

Think about that the next time a news network reports women are paid less than men.

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