Undercover Video Shows CNN Reporter Saying Hunter Biden Was Trading On Joe Bidens Name
An undercover video released on Tuesday shows a CNN reporter saying Hunter Bidens foreign business dealings “looks bad.”
“Now, Ill tell you this, Joe Biden has a problem,” Evan Perez told an undercover Project Veritas reporter in the video. “His son was trading in his name. It looks bad, it smells bad.”
“Its not illegal. Nothing is illegal about it,” Perez claimed. “I mean, youre benefiting from your fathers name. Youre trading his name.”
The Project Veritas reporter, going along with Perezs train of thought, said “Everybody does that, though.”
“Then thats the problem,” Perez responded. “How do you go and say that Donald Trump is the person, get him out of here and convict him when your son is doing the same [expletive]?”
BREAKING: @CNN Senior Justice Correspondent @evanperez says @JoeBiden has a problem because of his sons(#HunterBiden) foreign business dealings; “IT LOOKS BAD. IT SMELLS BAD.”#ExposeCNN pic.twitter.com/UlgzsHOOnh
— James OKeefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) October 15, 2019
Project Veritas, a group that seeks to expose wrongdoing in media and government, has released a number of clips from an insider at the network who secretly recorded conversations at CNN. A video released on Monday showed CNN President Jeff Zucker pushed his employees to focus on impeachment.
The CNN insider that provided some of the footage to Project Veritas said Zucker had a clear personal vendetta against President Donald Trump.
Another clip released on Tuesday showed Zucker pushing Sen. Kamala Harriss (D-Calif.) demand that Twitter remove Trumps account.
“I think its a good segment … not going to happen but its a good talking—a good segment,” he said.
Trump on Tuesday said he thought Zucker might resign.
Now that we have found out that @CNN is a virtual fraud, rumor has it that Jeff Zucker will be resigining momentarily?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 15, 2019
Neither Zucker nor anyone else at CNN have responded to the videos.
Hunter Biden, meanwhile, sat down with ABC with his first interview in months,