ABC In Full Panic Mode After Project Veritas Revelation They Buried Epstein Story
ABC News is full of it and America knows it.
For those of you who missed the fireworks, Project Veritas has done it again.
They were able to tie ABC News to the Jeffrey Epstein cover up.
I’ll provide a refresher on all of that in a few moments, for those who may have missed it.
First, let’s look at how ABC News and Amy Robach have responded after getting caught with their hands in the cookie jar.
ABC has editorial standards?
Does that sound like a good excuse for ignoring Epstein’s child sex ring?
It sounds like a spin to me… an excuse…
If you don’t know who Virginia Roberts is, here is a report from The Miami Herald, from almost a year ago.
Here is how ABC News is trying to cover their assets:
If the documentary is not started, you’d better get on that ABC News.
They bought some time AND who is going to care in 2020?
I mean, it’s not like they are in a rush to report news.
Since when has any big news organization willingly sat on the biggest story on the entire planet for three years?
News organizations would rather get sued than scooped.
So they are going to come out with the goods in 2020 after it’s a little stale.
Is that “news” or is that BS?
News organizations can’t wait to be the first to get big stories out.
It’s a race against the competition.
Sorry, I’m rambling, but I’m rather angry.
Do you buy any of this?
For those who may have missed it, here is the Project Veritas’ expose:
And here is some bonus commentary from our friends at Next News Network:
ABC News anchor Amy Robach was caught on camera slamming her own network for allegedly sitting on the Jeffrey Epstein story three years ago. In a video clip released by right-wing group Project Veritas on Tuesday, Robach is seemingly caught on a hot mic complaining to colleagues that her Epstein story was suppressed by network executives. Robach says she’d spoken to Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who alleges Epstein used her as a sex slave and trafficked her to his powerful friends, including Britain’s Prince Andrew. “I’ve had this interview with Virginia Roberts .. we would not put it on the air,” Robach says on camera. “First of all, I was told ‘Who’s Jeffrey Epstein?’… Then the palace found out that we had her whole allegations about Prince Andrew and threatened us a million different ways.” She went on to say the network was afraid that running the story would prevent interviews with Kate Middleton and and Prince William. “It was unbelievable what we had. [Bill] Clinton—we had everything. I tried for three years to get it on to no avail and now it’s all coming out and it’s like these new revelations.”
In a statement issued after the footage was made public Tuesday, Robach said her comments were made in “a private moment of frustration. I was upset that an important interview I had conducted with Virginia Roberts didn’t air because we could not obtain corroborating evidence to meet ABC’s editorial standards about her allegations” regarding Epstein, Prince Andrew, and Clinton. She added that in the years since the 2015 interview “no one ever told me or the team to stop reporting on Jeffrey Epstein, and we have continued to aggressively pursue this important story.” An ABC News statement issued says: “At the time, not all of our reporting met our standards to air, but we have never stopped investigating the story.” There will also be a two-hour documentary on Epstein and a six-part podcast on the investigation next year, it reads.
Attorney Stan Pottinger, an attorney for Virginia Roberts Giuffre, told The Hollywood Reporter that Robach and her team traveled to Colorado for the 2015 interview. “We didn’t have an exact air date, but a few weeks after it was finished, we got word that they were having second thoughts about it,” he said. “Not Amy and not their producers, but their superiors.” Pottinger also said he had heard from “industry insiders” that ABC had a “reputation for getting cold feet” on stories like this, but said Robach and her team did a “fabulous job” with it. “[We’re] just are sorry that it never came out,” he said.
Does anyone out there truly believe that ABC was checking and double-checking sources and facts instead of letting America know what they knew or suspected?
Of course not.
That’s what the word “allegedly” is for in journalism.
If you believe their excuses then you are simply part of the hopeless, brainwashed masses.
You need to learn to think for yourself and turn off the network news.
ABC was involved in a cover up.
Because Epstein was accommodating some very important people and they didn’t want to tick the wrong people off.
People with star power get special treatment from the FAKE NEWS.
- Kevin Spacey Flew On Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ With Bill Clinton. One Of His Accusers Just Mysteriously Died.
- Bill Gates Refuses to Explain Why He Flew on “Lolita Express” With Jeffrey Epstein in 2013
- Meet the Woman Who Claims to be an Epstein Victim Forced to Have Sex with JOE BIDEN and JOHN MCCAIN
- Report: Ghislaine Maxwell Was A Guest At Jeff Bezos’ Secret Book Retreat in 2018, Two Prior Times
- Epstein’s Trail Leads To The Top: A Collection of Articles and Videos That Help Connect The Dots
The liberal news networks do not move against such people unless and until it is time to burn them.
However, I believe that, before all is said and done the Epstein client list will be a mile long and much of it will be in public view. (not the fake lists that are already floating around)
ABC News is not big enough to bury the truth and they know it.
They didn’t hold back to do additional fact-checking.
They held back to protect some very powerful people.
That’s just my opinion, of course, but I’m sure many see it the same as I do.
Epstein is dead but there are plenty of guilty parties that still need to pay the piper.
ABC News just lost what little credibility they had left and they won’t be the last.
There is no such thing as Network News anymore.
It’s now Network Propaganda.
This story is far from dead because small sites like mine won’t let it die any time soon.
Article posted with permission from Dean Garrison