Megyn Kelly Interview Reveals CBS Wrongful Firing
Megyn Kelly Interview Reveals CBS Wrongful Firing
ABC News and CBS News, call your lawyers. Megyn Kelly just exposed a gigantic media scandal.
As we here at Victory Girls have been covering, Project Veritas released a video earlier this week of ABC News journalist Amy Robach complaining that ABC had “spiked” her Jeffrey Epstein story three years ago. ABC promptly went into damage control mode, with a solid assist by other media, who ignored the story of a major news outlet covering for a convicted pedophile. But the story’s focus quickly shifted, and Epstein has almost faded into the background, as ABC went on the hunt for whoever had access to the video clip. And, proving that some whistleblowers are more equal than others, ABC News said they had identified the person who had access. This person now worked for CBS News. And CBS News actually FIRED this person, Ashley Bianco, either at ABC’s request or with their blessing.
Not only is this a media scandal of epic proportions, but neither ABC or CBS apparently could confirm that Bianco was their whistleblower! As that news was breaking, so was the news that journalist Megyn Kelly had gotten an exclusive interview with Bianco.
9. It's really important to remind folks that Ashley Bianco was not fired by CBS News for leaking the footage of Amy Robach to Project Veritas. No one at either network knows who did that.
Bianco was fired because ABC News determined that she accessed the footage of Robach
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) November 8, 2019
Ashley Bianco, former producer for “Good Morning America,” who had just recently started at CBS News, then told Megyn Kelly that she did create the clip as a part of her job at ABC News, but she was not the person who leaked it to Project Veritas.
Though Bianco claimed she had merely cut the video and hadn’t shared it with anyone, CBS fired her from the network after ABC News alerted them that she had accessed it.”
“Did you leak the tape?” Kelly asked at the outset of the interview.”
“I did not,” Bianco replied.”
“Have you ever spoken to James O’Keefe of Project Veritas?” asked Kelly, to which Bianco replied tearfully, “No. Never. I didn’t even know who he was until this week… I’ve never communicated with anyone over there.”
And not only that, it was big news at ABC when Robach said all of this.
“Everyone in the office was freaked out by what she was saying,” Bianco said of watching the live faux pas. “And everyone was watching it.”
Bianco admitted she immediately marked and copied Robach’s fiery comments, but insisted she never removed the clip from the network’s internal system.”
“I essentially marked it in the system. I never left the system. We do it all the time,” Bianco told Kelly.”
“I did it just for the office gossip, you know?” Bianco explained.”
“Part of my job is, I’m like a video editor. You know, I clip off moments all the time. I put together, you know, funny anchor reels, of them off-camera doing funny stuff to use it later in the show.”
This was backed up by Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, who confirmed to Dana Loesch on her radio show that Bianco was not their whistleblower.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) November 8, 2019
Project Veritas then published a statement from the whistleblower, going by the psuedonym “Ignotus,” addressing current ABC employees, the wrongfully accused, Amy Robach, and ABC News. It’s worth a read, but the part where “Ignotus” addresses ABC News really rings true.
To ABC News:
I sit right here with you all in complete shock. I, like many, are at a loss for words on how this has been handled. Instead of addressing this head-on like the company has in the past, it has spun into a mission of seek-and-destroy. Innocent people that have absolutely nothing to do with this are being hunted down as if we are all a sport. I challenge all of you to actually look inwards and remember why this company engages in journalism. We all hold the First Amendment at the foundation of this company, yet forget its history, its purpose, and its reasoning for even coming into existence to begin with. How lost we are… yearning to be found. I went to Project Veritas for the sole reason that any other media outlet else would have probably shelved this as well. I thank all of them, and James, for seeking truth.”
And how have the media covered this – if they are covering it at all? Megyn Kelly is attempting a comeback after NBC fired her! No, I am not kidding. This is how the media is not-covering a story that has them circling the wagons after painting them with horseshit in an attempt to camouflage the truth.
You know how they always say that the cover-up is worse than the crime? Spiking a story on Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes – just to keep favor with the Clintons, and other rich and powerful people – is bad enough. But ABC then went on a search-and-destroy mission, enlisted CBS to to the dirty work, and now the media is pointing at Megyn Kelly as if conducting the interview is the story, not the interview itself.
The media rot runs so deep that the floorboards have collapsed in on themselves, and mainstream “journalists” are now standing knee-deep in manure, insisting that everything is fine. It’s not. Thanks to Megyn Kelly, Ashley Bianco probably has a long list of lawyers to talk to, and ABC and CBS should be in a whole world of financial hurt.