CNN Producers Doubles Down on Voters are “Stupid as Sh**” Comment, Mocks CNN Morning Host

Oh. Boy.

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CNN associate producer Jimmy Carr is probably not a popular fellow on the set of New Day, CNN’s also-ran of a morning show. Just a few days after unmasking the propaganda that drives CNN, another undercover video featuring the CNN employee has emerged with him bad-mouthing his New Day co-worker Chris Cuomo.

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CNN associate producer Jimmy Carr spends time attacking President Trump’s fitness for office, he mocks Kellyanne Conway’s physical appearance, he calls American voters “stupid as sh**,” and when asked if CNN is impartial Carr says “in theory,” with the obvious implication being ‘not in practice.’

On Thursday, Carr was back in the news when Project Veritas dropped the 4th in a series of undercover video about CNN. In this latest video Project Veritas is seen connecting with Carr for a second time, and then having Carr double down on his previous comments about the liberal bias and anti-American culture at CNN.

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.”

Not only does Carr double down on his previous comments, he also has some new and very unflattering things to say about CNN’s New Day host, the very liberal, Chris Cuomo.

CNN associate producer Jimmy Carr says Chris Cuomo is only anchor of CNN’s “New Day” because his brother is governor of New York in yet another undercover video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas.

In the video posted Wednesday, Carr said of Cuomo’s rise, “I don’t have a brother who’s the governor, so … 

The undercover reporter stroked Carr’s ego saying he had just as much “gravitas” as Cuomo and he responded saying, “Just can’t stand the guy when he talks, we’re like shut up.”

Ouch.

I mean, we all knew that conservative American couldn’t stand the smug, anti-Christian, anti-American Cuomo… but it’s nice to hear that the liberals inside of CNN can’t stand him either.

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