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Twitter PERMANTLY BANS James O’Keefe For Proving CNN Is Propaganda

Twitter is accurately being accused of protecting infamous propaganda outlet CNN after releasing undercover videos of the network’s technical director admitting to brainwashing the public. James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas will no longer be able to use Twitter for the “crime” of exposing these mainstream media giants.

It should not really be a big surprise to anyone. The official narrative is the only one that will be allowed on this slave planet.  Twitter told O’Keefe on Thursday that his account was permanently suspended and will not be reinstated, citing an allegation that he used fake or multiple accounts to manipulate conversations on the platform. Twitter said in a statement to The Hill and other media outlets that “you can’t artificially amplify or disrupt conversations through the use of multiple accounts.”

James O’Keefe does promote the left vs. right paradigm lie, but that does not mean he should be silenced. Everyone should be outraged when anyone is silenced because eventually, that power mechanism will come for your speech.

The censorship by Twitter came after O’Keefe posted three straight days of scoops in which CNN technical director Charlie Chester is shown on video, talking to an undercover reporter. Chester, who reportedly thought he was talking to a Tinder date, told the reporter about CNN’s propagandist efforts to oust President Donald Trump, its fearmongering about Covid-19 to boost ratings, and its efforts to make Black Lives Matter look good, according to a report by RT. 

CNN Admits To Fear Mongering The COVID-19 Scamdemic

O’Keefe also announced that once again (promoting the left vs. right paradigm lie) that he will once again attempt to use the system to beat the system that is silencing and censoring him.  He issued a statement on Thursday, vowing to sue Twitter for defamation and denying that he operated fake accounts. This is false, this is defamatory, and they will pay,” he said. “Section 230 may have protected them before, but it will not protect them from me. The complaint will be filed Monday.” He invited supporters to follow him on Telegram.

This system is not set up in our best interest or in James O’Keefe’s. It is set up to protect the rulers and masters from the slaves. We have got to unite, reject the political dogma of the left vs. right paradigm and their perceived power over us.

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James O’Keefe Of Project Veritas Sues CNN Over Defamation

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe has announced that he intends to take CNN to court for making false statements about his conservative media organization. He says more sensational revelations about the network are to come as well.

O’Keefe said “we believe we can win” hours after releasing bombshell videos of a director saying the network uses “propaganda,” according to a report by Sky News.  “Ana Cabrera is the host that lied about us and said that we were taken down for – she mentioned misinformation,” O’Keefe told Fox News. “That’s just simply not so. “Actual malice is the standard in the US, we believe we can win against CNN, so I’m announcing on your show I’m going to sue CNN for defamation.”

O’Keefe has an uphill battle, considering he’s using the United States government’s system, which pays the mainstream media to lie and propagate stories, to try to beat their lapdog. Maybe it’ll work, but it likely won’t have a lasting effect, unlike the propaganda already solidly stuck in the heads of the American masses. Using the system to try to beat the system is a guaranteed way to fail. As long as CNN is backed by the government and being paid to do their bidding, no court (which is the government) will go against them.  It’s probably past time to realize this and just exit the system entirely.

On the other hand, O’Keefe is doing what he feels is right, and hopefully, his lawsuit will have some effect on the muddles minds of the sheep. He is going to continue to release videos of CNN employees saying that what they are doing is literally “propaganda” and in one, a CNN employee can be heard saying “if it wasn’t for CNN, I don’t know that Trump would have got voted out.”

That doesn’t exactly sound unbiased. According to a report by RT, O’Keefe also teased the release of a second part of the video, saying that Project Veritas plans to continue to release more footage. He predicted that CNN would eventually have to explain itself, or fire technical director Charlie Chester, considering he actually says the media outlet is pushing outright fraud when it comes to the massive COVID-19 hoax.

We think [the second part] is even worse. It talks about Covid and some of the fraud and misrepresentation that the network does as it relates to Covid.

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Leaked video: Jack Dorsey says Twitter’s ban of Trump is ‘bigger than one account’ and will ‘go on beyond inauguration’

A leaked video shows Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s plans for “broader” enforcement on the social media platform that will go far beyond the banning of President Donald Trump.

Project Veritas released a new video Thursday of Dorsey declaring that upcoming actions are “going to be much bigger than just one account,” and would “go on beyond the inauguration.”

The undercover video was allegedly secretly recorded by a “Twitter insider” during an internal meeting with employees of the social media company.

“We know we are focused on one account right now, but this is going to be much bigger than just one account, and it’s going to go on for much longer than just this day, this week, and the next few weeks, and go on beyond the inauguration,” Dorsey said in the leaked footage.

“So, the focus is certainly on this account and how it ties to real-world violence,” Dorsey said in the video call. “But also, we need to think much longer-term around how these dynamics play out over time. I don’t believe this is going away anytime soon.”

“You should always feel free to express yourself in whatever format manifestation feels right,” Dorsey said in the clip.

Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe tweeted out the video on Thursday with the caption: “BREAKING: @Twitter Insider Secretly Records CEO @jack Detailing Agenda For Further Political Censorship.”

Dorsey addressed Twitter’s recent purge of QAnon-related accounts, “And the moves that we’re making today around QAnon, for instance, one such example of a much broader approach that we should be looking at and going deeper on.”

On Tuesday, Twitter announced that it had suspended “more than 70,000 accounts” since the violence at the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6.

“We’ve been clear that we will take strong enforcement action on behavior that has the potential to lead to offline harm,” Twitter said in a statement. “Given the violent events in Washington, DC, and increased risk of harm, we began permanently suspending thousands of accounts that were primarily dedicated to sharing QAnon content on Friday afternoon.”

A Twitter spokesperson responded to the Project Veritas video and told Fox News, “The remarks shown in the video were delivered to our more than 5,400 employees and are nearly the same words Jack shared in a recent Tweet Thread offering context around and reflections on our work to protect the conversation in recent weeks.”

Twitter permanently banned President Trump from the social media platform on Jan. 8. Twitter’s “safety” account said the company banned Trump “due to the risk of further incitement of violence” following the Capitol riots.

On Wednesday, Dorsey issued a statement on the banning of President Trump.

I do not celebrate or feel pride in our having to ban @realDonaldTrump from Twitter, or how we got here. After a clear warning we’d take this action, we made a decision with the best information we had based on threats to physical safety both on and off Twitter. Was this correct? I believe this was the right decision for Twitter.

Since the Capitol chaos, President Trump’s accounts and Trump-related accounts have been deplatformed or censored on numerous social media networks, including Facebook, Instagram, Google, YouTube, Apple, Paypal, Discord, TikTok, YouTube, Pinterest, and Shopify.

Project Veritas, an investigative group that aims to “expose misconduct in both public and private institutions,” has made headlines this week. The group released a secretly recorded video of former PBS principal counsel Michael Beller saying the government should take away children of Trump voters and put them in “reeducation camps.” Beller was fired by PBS after the video went viral.

On Wednesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that a woman was arrested on felony charges of election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot. The suspect, Rachel Rodriguez, was reportedly first exposed last fall in a Project Veritas video.

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Project Veritas tapes reveal CNN chief Zucker calling shots for anti-Trump network’s coverage, setting companywide political agenda

Leaked audiotapes of CNN’s 9 a.m. editorial calls published by Project Veritas reveal CNN President Jeff Zucker and other top executives and reporters at the network say in private what their coverage suggests: CNN’s editorial viewpoint is anti-Trump and directed from the top down by Zucker.

The audiotapes were obtained and released by self-styled “guerrilla journalist” James O’Keefe, who on Tuesday morning announced that Project Veritas had been secretly recording CNN’s morning call with Zucker for two months and would soon begin releasing the tapes. O’Keefe made his announcement while livestreaming CNN’s Tuesday call, at one point interrupting the call to inform Zucker of what he’d done and ask for comment.

“This is yet another investigation Project Veritas has conducted into CNN, and once again they’ve demonstrated their partisan political agenda and total disconnect with journalistic ethics,” O’Keefe said.

In response, CNN communications said that the company has referred O’Keefe’s video to law enforcement, tweeting that “legal experts” say he may have committed a felony.

Project Veritas on Tuesday published several clips from CNN’s calls, promising to release more in the coming days. The clips, which have been selectively edited to highlight certain quotes from CNN’s editorial team, show Zucker criticizing President Donald Trump’s behavior, directing CNN’s editorial team to be critical of Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and show CNN general counsel David Vigilante call Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s program “the white supremacy hour.”

The audio shows Zucker guiding CNN’s editorial coverage in a way that is typically reserved for editors or an editor-in-chief, not necessarily a company president.

During one 9 a.m. call on Oct. 9, Zucker told CNN staff not to “normalize” Trump’s “erratic” behavior as the president was recovering from his bout with the coronavirus, suggesting without evidence that Trump’s medical treatment was influencing his mood and actions.

“OK, I just want to re-emphasize that, you know, I think we cannot normalize what has happened here in the last week with Trump and his behavior,” Zucker said. “And I go back to what [CNN political Director] David, David Chalian said, that this is a president who knows he’s losing, who knows he’s in trouble, is sick, maybe is on the after-effects of steroids or not. I don’t know, but he is acting erratically and desperately, and we need to, we need to not normalize that. … He is all over the place and acting erratically. And I think we need to lean into that.”

In another conference call on Oct. 16, Zucker appears to suggest to CNN staff that the network shouldn’t cover the Hunter Biden email scandal reported by the New York Post days prior, saying, “I don’t think that we should be repeating unsubstantiated smears just because the rightwing media suggests that we should.” He also dismissed reporting from conservative media on the “unmasking” of President Trump’s transition team by Obama administration officials as “completely nonsensical.” The day prior on Oct. 15, a Department of Justice probe into the unmasking scandal concluded without any charges filed.

On Nov. 10, during an apparent discussion on Trump’s refusal to concede the election and the delayed presidential transition, CNN field producer Stephanie Becker suggested that details from the 9/11 Commission Report about how the 2000 presidential election dispute hampered the presidential transition should be part of CNN’s reporting.

“On the issue of why it’s important to get the transition going right, the 9/11 report talks about one of the problems was that the trouble that was brewing that [got] lost during the transition,” Becker said. “So, if you want a good, concrete example of what happens when you don’t have a good transition, well, look at the Twin Towers.”

Zucker agreed, encouraging CNN reporters to emphasize that point.

“Yeah, so I think that’s an important point,” Zucker said. “I think it was just a little bit yesterday in terms of national security. I think it’s really important to raise again. … I would encourage folks to think about that 9/11 Commission Report and the lack of transition.”

A week later on a Nov. 17 call, following reports that Sen. Lindsey Graham had pressured Georgia election officials to discard ballots, Zucker said that CNN had made a “mistake” in that “our banners [chyrons] have been too polite, and we need to go well after Lindsey Graham.”

“There’s a ton going on. Let’s stay strong. Let’s stay newsy. Let’s stay urgent. Let’s be smart. There is a lot of news out there, and Lindsey Graham really deserves it,” he added.

According to Fox News, CNN several published several articles on Nov. 17 about Graham, including one accusing him of “crossing the line” to defend Trump.

The leaked editorial calls show Zucker having a heavy hand in influencing how CNN covers the news.

In another clip, CNN general counsel David Vigilante accused Tucker Carlson of “naked racism” and said that Fox News gives Carlson a platform to host a white supremacy hour every night on TV.

“Yeah, I was just going to say, if you’re going to talk about the story, I think it’s unavoidable that you have to talk about the naked racism of Tucker Carlson. Because that’s really what drove this anti-diversity push, you know, Trump watches Tucker Carlson’s show and then reacts. And just as sort of the white supremacy hour they have on Fox News every night, I think it’s the — you can’t disconnect the two,” Vigilante said.

It is unclear what story he was referring to, but on the night before on Sep. 7, Carlson delivered a monologue criticizing critical race theory in reaction to President Trump’s executive order halting the controversial theory’s use in diversity training for federal employees.

O’Keefe said the statements made by Zucker and other top executives on CNN’s morning calls show “they are simply not interested in being unbiased when reporting on the news.”

“Calling Tucker Carlson a racist and demanding CNN employees to attack Lindsey Graham is outrageous and unprofessional behavior,” he said.

TheBlaze reached out to CNN for comment but did not hear back before publication.

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