April Moss met with Project veritas over what she referred to as discrimination where she works for CBS. She has now been fired for meeting with Project Veritas and laying out what she considers to be corruption in the news media. Corruption in the left-wing press? I am shocked. You could have knocked me over with a Category 4 hurricane. (Enjoys a good long belly laugh)
“I’m watching my country disintegrate and if I don’t stand up and do something when I’m able to, I just don’t know that I could live with myself… No longer is true journalism being executed anymore… It is one of the greatest crimes really in history right now. Because if we are shaping the American public’s mind, then we need to be seeking truth.”
The video that is posted in this article is of Moss meeting with Project Veritas, where she explains why she thinks the media is corrupt.
Via Project Veritas:
- CBS 62 Detroit Meteorologist and Multimedia Journalist, April Moss, went public with Project Veritas this week to discuss behind-the-scenes information about network practices regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, editorial double standards, and how corporate interests have negatively impacted the public.
- She was officially fired from the station this week following her sit down with PV — CBS provided Veritas with a statement saying her claims are “completely false” and Moss “is no longer with our station.” The full CBS 62 statement can be found below.
- Moss claimed in her interview with Project Veritas CEO, James O’Keefe, that the station was pressuring employees who opted not to get the vaccine into changing their minds through company-wide messages and emails. She called it a “human rights issue.”
- The idea of “vaccine hesitancy” – a phrase mentioned in a recent Project Veritas story about Facebook’s internal practices regarding censorship – also showed up in CBS emails, according to Moss.
- She accused CBS of abusing the “power of all of [the] Viacom/CBS brand” to legitimize the COVID-19 vaccine. The veteran journalist added that she is not seeking fame or fortune by coming forward. “It’s not about me … this is not easy,” she told O’Keefe.