As you probably just saw, Project Veritas filed a lawsuit against CNN today for defamation.
It’s very important that this information gets out to the public so that CNN is held accountable.
- CNN Anchor, Ana Cabrera, said Veritas’ suspension from Twitter was part of a “much broader crackdown… by social media giants on accounts that [were] promoting misinformation.”
- Project Veritas’ Twitter account was, in fact, taken down but for supposed privacy violations according to the Big Tech giant.
- Even Cabrera previously tweeted that Veritas’ ban from Twitter was the result of alleged privacy violations, proving she knew what she subsequently reported was false.
- Cabrera had knowledge of Twitter’s original reasoning for banning Veritas before she went on air and acted with malice when she said the de-platforming was part of a crackdown on those “promoting misinformation.”
- CNN’s own reporter, Brian Fung, followed up with Twitter and Project Veritas about the ban, and reported that the account had been banned for privacy violations.
- A CNN clip, that closely resembles the Veritas video used as justification for the ban, has been allowed to remain up on Twitter’s platform.
- This lawsuit comes on the heels of Veritas’ historic legal victory against The New York Times — defeating the newspaper’s Motion to Dismiss in the New York Supreme Court.
- Veritas is also suing Twitter for defamation, and expects discovery and depositions to follow, which will help uncover the truth.
[ATLANTA – Apr. 26, 2021] Project Veritas founder and CEO, James O’Keefe, announced another defamation lawsuit today – this time against cable news network CNN, for contradicting its own reporting and allowing false statements about Project Veritas to be aired.
Since I’ve now been permanently banned from Twitter, I need YOU to embed the video into your Twitter account.
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