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Project Veritas continued its undercover-video attack on CNN Thursday, releasing another secretly-recorded clip of loose-lipped technical director Charles Chester admitting the network is “trying to help” Black Lives Matter.
Chester made the admission while discussing his own apparent reservations over the network making isolated incidents of black-on-Asian hate crimes reflect poorly on all black people.
“I was trying to do some research on, like, the Asian hate, like the people [who] are getting attacked and whatnot,” Chester said in the video, which was recorded across a table at a restaurant by an off-camera Project Veritas staffer.
The tape was released Thursday, a day after Project Veritas released two other tapes showing Chester saying that CNN played up COVID-19 death toll for ratings and that the network promoted anti-Trump “propaganda.”
The latest tape was also released at at around the time that Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe’s Twitter account was suspended on Thursday.
“A bunch of black men have been attacking Asians. So I’m like ‘What are you doing?’ Like, we [CNN] are trying to, like, help with the BLM, and like, you’re going to, like, I mean, it’s individuals, it’s not a people, you know? That’s not good.” the tape continues.
“The optics of that are not good,” he continued. “It’s individuals, it’s not a people, you know,” he said of the incidents of black-on-Asian attacks.
CNN avoids racial issues unless it somehow directly implicates white people, Chester says in the clip.
“I haven’t seen anything about focusing on the color of people’s skin that aren’t white,” Chester is recorded saying. “They just aren’t saying anything. You know what I mean?”
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