And people wonder why the mainstream media isn’t very well trusted in the United States…
Earlier this week, a fairly substantial bombshell arrived in the case of now-deceased child sex trafficker to the stars, Jeffrey Epstein: The well-connected convicted pedophile found dead of an alleged “suicide” in a Manhattan correctional facility a few months back.
As it turns out, ABC News was set to break a major story regarding Epstein back in 2016 – one that would implicate the Clinton family, the Royal Family, and more. At the last minute, the story was pulled due to pressure from the “The Palace”, due to Prince Andrew’s involvement with Epstein and the accusations made by one of the victims in the case. It was yet another case of the press being silenced by those greedy for power, and it royally irked anchor Amy Robach.
Robach would go on to be filmed complaining about the spiking of the story during a “hot mic” moment, laying out all of the above. This off-air moment came to light this week thanks to undercover journalism outfit Project Veritas, and suddenly made headlines around the nation.
Hours later, an employee at CBS, who once worked for ABC, was fired over the matter.
The producer who was fired for ‘leaking’ ABC News anchor Amy Robach’s hot mic revelation that the network killed off her Jeffrey Epstein sex slave story is coming forward in Megyn Kelly’s comeback interview.
And DailyMail.com can reveal the staffer is Ashley Bianco, 25, an Emmy-winning producer for CBS This Morning, who contacted the former Fox News star directly in order to have her voice heard, a source said.
Bianco was fired from CBS on Thursday after the network was informed by her old employer ABC that she had ‘leaked’ the footage of Robach ranting about ABC shutting down her Epstein story out of concern of pushback from the British royal family.
But, as it turns out – they got the wrong gal.
In a piece published on Project Veritas, their source accuses CBS and ABC of targeting the wrong person.
To those wrongfully accused:
It is terrible that you have been lashed out at by the company. I know some may put the burden of guilt on me, but my conscience is clear. The actions of the company towards you are the result of their own and not anyone else. The public outcry, from coast to coast, of all people, creeds, and political affiliations, is clear. I have not one doubt that there will always be support for you, and you will have prosperous careers. For neither you, nor I, have done anything wrong.
Again I ask: Are we surprised that the American people don’t often trust the mainstream media?
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