Because saying it once wasn’t enough…
How many times does it take CNN’s associate producer Jimmy Carr to get caught with his proverbial pants down around his ankles before he stops spouting insults as if dispensing Pez candies? Carr has been one of the star players in all three segments from Project Veritas (PV) whose undercover videos have exposed CNN’s internal propaganda, slurs, affronts, and insults – from those who work in that particular Swamp. Part three is a double feature staring Carr’s pompous attitude as he continues to run his mouth regarding everyone from President Donald Trump to CNN personnel, to finally, the American people. His hubris knows no bounds.
You might remember a few days ago when PV went undercover and interviewed Carr, who proceeded to tell the world that he thought American voters are “stupid as shit.” Now, Carr tells PV – again without realizing he was being recorded – that he didn’t think he’d said anything wrong:
I mean granted, anything I’ve said to you I would defend on record. I don’t think I’ve said anything wrong.
Doubling down on stupidity is never a good thing. Hold on one moment there, Jimmy. In PV’s follow-up interview, Carr talks about how segments of the interviews appeared over the weekend, and what was his response? “I had a moment of panic.” Now, why would he panic if he truly felt he hadn’t said anything wrong?
Carr continues telling the undercover reporter about how PV’s videos became the opening topics on the FOX News evening show. Now, just read what he had to say:
And I had the thought of literally, I’m not bullshitting you … I literally went, holy shit I hope those two guys that I met weren’t trying to f*ck with me and record me.
Of course, they were, Jimmy, and yet you still fell for it again and continued to disgrace yourself and CNN with insults and your self-important attitude. Is there anyone this guy won’t malign? It makes you wonder if he wouldn’t throw his mama under the bus if he thought it would make him look good. Let’s do a quick tally on the most recent insults Carr has thrown out there, just from the first three short PV interviews.
- President Trump: Carr ranted that the president is a “clown” and “hilariously unqualified.” He continued with, “He’s just f*cking crazy.”
- Kellyanne Conway: Carr, who is no prize himself, said of the blonde, “She looks like she got hit with a shovel.”
- You, the American voter: According to the self-righteous know-it-all, we are all just “stupid as shit.”
That’s some pretty heavy hitting coming from the low-baller. You would think the CNN associate producer would have learned his lesson after “panicking” when the first segments aired, including his own idiotic comments. You would think he would be a bit more reserved and cautious when talking politics and CNN’s policies. Apparently, Carr’s overinflated ego didn’t allow him to see his own failings, but it didn’t stop him from seeing – and commenting – on his own coworkers.
In Part 1 of the American Pravda series, PV asked CNN’s supervising producer, John Bonifield why the news conglomerate had been concentrating so fiercely on reporting about Russia and its alleged influence over the presidential election. Bonifield was quick to tell the PV reporter that it was all about the ratings. He went on to explain that he wasn’t even sure why they kept digging when they really had “no proof” that there was any tampering or any evidence that Trump was involved. Carr was quick to throw stones at Bonifield in the most recent interview:
“And it came out, and we’re all going holy shit, how is this guy [Bonifield] so stupid, he’s talking to everyone and telling … Saying X, Y, Z about CNN.” Then a bit of enlightenment hit Carr square on the forehead. “Then I went … well, I talked to a couple of guys at a bar on Friday afternoon and I said things that we wouldn’t normally say …”
But Carr wasn’t finished tearing down his co-workers. The next victim was Chris Cuomo, Co-host of CNN’s “New Day” Morning Show. It was obvious Carr isn’t a big fan of the show’s host and implied he could do a better job, further insinuating the only reason Cuomo was hosting the popular show was because he had a brother who is a governor. Cuomo’s brother, Andrew Cuomo, is the governor of New York, just in case you weren’t aware. So, if Cuomo’s brother worked in an accounting firm or some other nonpolitical job, would the network get rid of him? Carr didn’t give any specific reasons for not liking Cuomo, except for:
Just can’t stand that guy when he talks, we’re like shut up.
Okay, so we all say things we wouldn’t normally say if we knew we were being recorded. Certainly, we all know the comments the president made when he thought he was just talking to another guy rather than being recorded. Be that as it may, these latest insults spewing from Carr’s mouth came after he’d already been busted on video. Perhaps Jimmy Boy ought to consider cutting down his time at local bars, or perchance he could carry a roll of duct tape to slap over his loose lips before uttering more nonsense.
With an associate producer such as Carr going around unfettered, it’s no wonder CNN is constantly in the negative spotlight. And, if Carr, and other CNN employees, are spouting off these pearls of wisdom in public, just imagine what they’re saying behind closed doors.
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