Project Veritas seeks CNN retraction over false reporting

People walk outside CNN Center, in Atlanta, October 24, 2018. (Ron Harris/AP)

File – People walk outside CNN Center, in Atlanta, Ga. (Ron Harris/AP Photo)

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UPDATED 8:44 AM PT – Tuesday, February 23, 2021

CNN is under pressure to retract a false story about investigative journalists at Project Veritas. In a letter to network Monday, Project Veritas demanded a retraction of a segment with Brian Stelter and Ana Cabrera that aired on February 15.

Stelter and Cabrera falsely claimed that Project Veritas was banned by Twitter for “spreading misinformation.” An earlier article on the CNN website made another false assertion, stating Project Veritas was banned for posting personal information.

(Project Veritas)


The project’s founder, James O’Keefe, said CNN’s propaganda is a disgrace. He added, CNN will have no choice but to retract the segment that is obviously false.

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