The #ExposeCNN series featured CNN Insider Cary Poarch going public and blowing the whistle within the network. He recorded hundreds of hours within CNN on audio and video.
Starring in the recordings was none other than CNN President Jeff Zucker. Cary recorded Zucker in the daily 9AM call where Zucker demanded that his employees only pursue the Trump impeachment story.
• Patrick Davis, Manager of Field Operations, complains, “We could be so much better than what we are... I Haven’t Listened to a 9AM (Rundown) Call in About 15 Years...Just, I Can’t Listen to It... It’s All Just a Bunch of Bullshit.”
• “We Used to Cover News,” complains Senior Field Engineer at CNN, Scott Garber, adding, “We Used to Go Out and Do Stories.”
The series also featured shocking and disturbing allegations of alleged sexual misconduct by a network executive and how “higher ups” may be covering this up in order to protect that executive.
Cary Poarch told Sean Hannity on television:
I just want the facts to be out there and you make up your own mind. That’s the beauty... one of the many beauties of America.
This story attracted attention from the President and from Stephanie Grisham, White House Press Secretary. It would not have been possible without the courageous initiative from Cary Poarch to come forward and trust Project Veritas to expose the truth.
President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign has now sued CNN for the network’s “biased reporting practices,” and cited #ExposeCNN videos in the lawsuit.