You know it’s been a weird week when Van Jones emerges as the sole voice of reason at CNN. The post LISTEN: That Time Van Jones was the Voice of Reason at CNN appeared first on RedState.
David Gergen is a pendulum that swings both ways. Earlier today, after President Donald Trump‘s two hour plus meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Gergen bit the lyrics of CNN co-hort Van Jones by stating that Trump “seemed presidential today.” Perhaps he was looking at the hell he caught on the Mediaite Twitter timeline as […]
CNN's Van Jones and Jack Kingston clashed tonight over President Trump's tweet saying "everybody" has been talking about John Podesta.
CNN contributor Van Jones reacted in utter disbelief on Sunday when Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) cited the long-defunct community organizing group ACORN as evidence to support President Donald Trump's so-called "voter fraud" task force. During...Show More Summary
CNN contributor Van Jones appeared in disbelief on Sunday when Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) cited the defunct community organizing group ACORN as evidence to support President Donald Trump’s so-called “voter fraud” task force. During CNN’s State of the Union program, host...
Everyone who watched the recent Project Veritas video of Van Jones clearly heard him say that "the Russia thing is just a big nothing burger." However, Van Jones appeared on the June 29 Anderson Cooper 360 show to declare that we misinterpreted what he was saying. Show More Summary
The narrative has changed. Click to enlarge:I do see — look closely — "Van Jones: O'Keefe video is a hoax." The video is the one where we hear Van Jones say "That Russia thing is just a big nothing-burger." But the teaser on the front...Show More Summary
“If you take any one line of my argument out of context, you can use it to pull off a hoax. That’s what O’Keefe’s minions did", he said.
NO MEDIA. Trump rips Pelosi, Van Jones behind closed doors: “Before a rapt audience of 300 supporters, major GOP donors and party leaders attending the first fundraiser of his 2020 reelection campaign at the Trump International Hotel...Show More Summary
The Five kicked off the show Wednesday night by talking about CNN's most recent controversies, including Project Veritas's latest leak of Van Jones calling the Trump-Russia story a "nothing burger."
Yesterday, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas featured a senior CNN producer calling the Trump-Russia collusion story “bullshit,” but defenders of the embattled network waved it away by claiming the employee in question was just a lowly grunt. Part Two of the … More » The post Project Veritas Part 2: Van Jones Calls Russia “Nothing Burger” appeared first on EveryJoe.
The latest video from James O’Keefe exposed another gaffe from a CNN personality. A day after a network producer admitted there was no “proof,” so far, to the Russia investigation, CNN personality Van Jones called Russia a “nothing burger.”...Show More Summary
CNN had a very terse response Wednesday to a conservative provocateur's release of a clip showing CNN contributor Van Jones calling the investigation into potential collusion between President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and RussiaShow More Summary
The political commentator and show host Van Jones was filmed by conservative outlet Project Veritas.
This is just perfect! James O’Keefe and Project Veritas managed to get commie Van Jones on video stating that the whole Trump-Russia collusion mess is a big fat ole ‘Nothing
Hype. The post CNN’s Van Jones on Project Veritas video: This “Russia thing” is a “nothingburger” appeared first on Hot Air.
Conservative provocateur James O'Keefe was back at it again Wednesday with a new video, a day after he released a tape of a CNN health producer bemoaning media coverage of the Russia investigation.
James O’Keefe’s right-wing activist group has released another video this week that purportedly shows CNN’s own on-air talent believes the Trump-Russia scandal is a media-concocted hoax. The first video, released by Project Veritas on Tuesday, shows CNN medical producer John...
Another another, another nuclear detonation on CNN’s credibility, or whatever’s left of it. Meanwhile, CNN clown Brian Stelter is losing his mind on Twitter: Millions of people are exposed to extreme anti-journalism views daily. Example: memes equating journalists to terrorists. … Continued