American Pravda Follow-Up: CNN Producer Doubles Down on "Stupid as Sh*t" Comments About Voters
Associate Producer for New Day Says "Shut up" to Anchor Chris Cuomo
Stands By His Comments, "I don't think I've said anything wrong"
(NEW YORK) -- A follow-up to Project Veritas' American Pravda: CNN video again exposes Jimmy Carr, the Associate Producer for CNN's New Day saying he doesn't think he "said anything wrong."
Carr was recently featured in Project Veritas' American Pravda: CNN video series, stating that CNN thinks Trump is "f*cking crazy," that Kellyanne Conway looks like she was "hit with a shovel,' and that the American voters are "stupid as sh*t."
After seeing the first and second Project Veritas video which exposed CNN employees admitting the Russia narrative was "bullsh*t" and a "nothing burger," Carr says he "had a moment of panic." He elaborates:
"[W]e're all going holy sh*t, how is this guy so stupid, he's talking to everyone and telling... Saying X, Y, Z about CNN. Then I went... Well, I talked to a couple of guys at a bar on Friday afternoon and I said things that we wouldn't normally say..."
The Associate Producer then doubles down, stating he stands by his comments, which include offensive statements about President Trump, Kellyanne Conway, and the American voter:
"I mean granted, anything I've said to you I would defend on the record. I don't think I've said anything wrong."
Carr, who works at CNN's program New Day, expresses his dislike for the show's anchor Chris Cuomo: "Just can't stand that guy when he talks, we're like shut up."
James O'Keefe, Founder and CEO of Project Veritas, commented on the video:
"We believe Jimmy Carr, John Bonifield and Van Jones were just telling the truth about what is going on in CNN newsrooms across the country. It is a toxic culture of Trump bashing, ratings grabbing and just plain lazy journalism."