CNN Leaks: Project Veritas Releases Over 100 Hours Of Leaked Audio
James O'Keefe says the recordings will expose corruption
James O'Keefe's Project Veritas has just done a "WikiLeaks-style" leak of over 100 hours of audio recordings, that were obtained from a CNN insider, and show mainstream media corruption, bias, and manipulation.
The audio was recorded in 2009 by an anonymous whistleblower, identified only as “Miss X”, from inside CNN’s Atlanta headquarters.
The leak has been titled "Part 1" and Project Veritas say there is over 200 hours worth of recordings, and they will need the help of followers in "transcribing, investigating and connecting the dots" for the huge amount of audio.
The statement on their website says:
"Project Veritas was given over 200 hours of audio from an anonymous source earlier this month. This secretly recorded audio was obtained at CNN’s Atlanta headquarters in 2009."
"In order to expose media malfeasance within CNN, we need your help transcribing, investigating and connecting the dots on these 200+ hours of audio. Leave comments, upload transcriptions or contact us with your tips below."
According to the Project Veritas Twitter feed, The White House had contacted them to show their support for the leaks, with President Trump himself saying, "That's so cool" after hearing the news.
During a press conference where O'Keefe announced the coming leaks, he said;
“We’ve got 100 million people out there who’ve got no-one to speak for them”
“Project Veritas is determined to expose malfeasance, corruption, and wrongdoing.”
“We already have two whistleblowers come forward since we announced these tapes. People are coming to us now, on the inside.”
“[CNN Leaks] is the first in a long effort to target and expose abuse within the media, and that includes social media.
Who knows? Maybe we have someone inside with a camera right now, recording everything.”
Project Veritas say they wish to act as an outlet for whistleblowers who wish to come forward with documents & secret audio.