O’Keefe strikes again!
Project Veritas released part 4 of its #ExposeCNN series on Tuesday showing alleged misconduct by a CNN executive, and possible cover-up by senior CNN management.
A CNN producer told Project Veritas that Steve Brusk, a CNN executive, regularly makes ‘advances’ on female employees during social gatherings and is ‘protected by certain people’ high up within CNN.
Via Project Veritas:
• Rick Saleeby, Senior Producer of The Lead with Jake Tapper, States Steve Brusk, CNN Politics Supervising Producer, Made ‘Advances’ on Female Employees During ‘Social Gatherings’ and Would “Put His Arm Around Them, Try and Touch Their Leg.”
• Saleeby Believes That Steve Brusk is “Protected by Certain People…Like Other Higher Ups” Within CNN.
• Rick Saleeby Recalls Incident with a Young Female Colleague: “She Had a Skirt on. I Could See the Hand. I Like Grab Her. It Looked Like I Was Being the Assaulter Because I Grabbed Her So Aggressively…to Keep Her from Him.”
• Saleeby: “He Had Already Been Accused of the Things Prior… Which I Found Out…”
• Saleeby Acknowledges the Gravity of the Situation: “I’ll Tell You This, In the Climate That’s Going Now, He Definitely Would Have Been Fired.”
• Nick Neville, Media Coordinator at CNN, Says It is “Open Knowledge” That a Female Colleague Got a Job Working with Steve Brusk That “Appeared Out of Nowhere,” “…It Was Never Posted Online…”
• Neville Refers to Allegedly Untoward Behavior from Brusk With the Young Female Employee: “…I Mean, He Emails All of Us, But He Would Email and Was Very Friendly to Her. And Then She Just Like Got a Job Like Working on His Team and She Was Like, Oh, It’s Hush-Hush. The Job Was Never Posted Anywhere.”
The accused CNN executive, Steve Brusk, locked his verified Twitter account after Project Veritas’ latest exposé.
What is he trying to hide? pic.twitter.com/XNvridhtlU
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) October 22, 2019
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