“You can shape an entire people's perception about anything [depending] on how you do it"
CNN director Charlie Chester was caught on hidden camera admitting hiding black-on-Asian crimes to preserve the BLM narrative.
An undercover reporter for Project Veritas posing as a Tinder date recorded her conversation with Chester as part of the publication’s #ExposeCNN series.
In their exchange, Chester revealed CNN learned Black-on-Asian crime was high but refrained from reporting on it to preserve the Black Lives Matters’ narrative.
“I was trying to do some research on the Asian hate, like the people [who] are getting attacked and whatnot. A bunch of black men have been attacking Asians. I’m like ‘What are you doing? Like, we [CNN] are trying to help BLM,’” he said.
Chester continued, “The optics of that are not good. These [are] little things that are enough to set back movements, because the far left will start to latch on and create stories like ‘criminalizing an entire people,’ you know, just easier headlines that way, I guess.”
He went on to admit that the channel refuses to report on racial issues, except those that implicate white people.
“I haven’t seen anything about focusing on the color of people’s skin that aren’t white. They [CNN] just aren’t saying anything. You know what I mean?”
“You can shape an entire people’s perception about anything [depending] on how you do it,” Chester said.
There has been a recent rise in attacks on Asians across America. Recent attacks against the country include a racist woman was caught making racist comments on a picture of a 2-year-old Asian girl.
Meanwhile, a 70-year-old Mexican American woman was attacked and hospitalized in LA after being mistaken for an Asian woman.