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By Bob Unruh(WND NEWSCENTER) The embattled CNN has been hit recently by sex scandals including one of its personalities exposing himself on a Zoom call, anchor Chris Cuomo fired for advising his brother during an investigation into sex harassment claims, anchor Don Lemon accused of sex harassment, and a producer allegedly attempting to entice minors into unlawful sexual activity.

Now it gets worse.

A report from the undercover journalists at Project Veritas documents allegations from an informant that another producer openly was fantasizing to others about sexual activity with young teen girls, and he was soliciting nude images of teens.

The video interview between Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe, and PV whistleblower Janine Bonanni: (Be advised about explicit references to sexual activity in social media statements referenced in the video)

The Liberty Daily openly wondered: “What is it about CNN that makes them hire the sickest pedophiles around? Last week, it was revealed that one of Fredo Cuomo’s former producers, John Griffin, had been arrested for allegedly luring girls as young as 9-years-old so he could rape them to teach them ‘sexual submissiveness.’

“Now, a Project Veritas whistleblower, Janine Bonanni, has come forward with text messages and audio recordings of ANOTHER CNN producer fantasizing about and shooting sick pictures of his 14-year-old step-daughter and asking Bonanni to send him nude photos of her 15-year-old daughter.”

O’Keefe’s website explained, “Project Veritas’ first course of action was to reach out to authorities. Following that, we reached out to the mother of the children to ensure their safety. Project Veritas then reached out to his employer, CNN, to inform them of the situation and give them the opportunity to comment. As of this press release, we are still awaiting a response.”

The producer involved in CNN’s newest sex scandal is not identified. But Project Veritas reported videos and texts “show a primetime producer at CNN fantasizing about sex acts with a child in graphic detail.”

“The source, who obtained evidence for authorities, came to Project Veritas after she was uncertain proper action would be taken,” PV reported. “The producer in question also solicited sexually explicit photos of the source’s underage daughter.”

The source explained her “disgust” with the producer’s alleged actions and “was compelled to come forward, because ‘these people with power seem to get away with it.’”

The source is a woman who engaged in a sexual relationship with the producer in question for a number of years, PV reported.

Only days earlier, CNN employee John Griffin fired and arrested on three counts of using a facility of interstate commerce to attempt to entice minors to engage in unlawful sexual activity.

Federal prosecutors said the 44-year-old Griffin was indicted on various charges, and at the time, CNN said those claims “are deeply disturbing.”

He had worked at CNN since 2013, but was accused of using “the messaging applications Kik and Google Hangouts to communicate with people purporting to be parents of minor daughters, conveying to them, among other ideas, that a ‘woman is a woman regardless of her age,’ and that women should be sexually subservient and inferior to men.”

He allegedly attempted to “persuade parents to allow him to train their daughters to be sexually submissive,” prosecutors said.

Griffin also allegedly flew a mother and her 9-year-old daughter to Boston in 2020 and took them to a Vermont home, where “the daughter was directed to engage in, and did engage in, unlawful sexual activity.”

Commented the Western Journal, “The details of the indictment are absolutely sickening.”

Chris Cuomo, an anchor, was fired this month after the New York attorney general’s office released new information about the extent of his role advising and assisting his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who was being investigated on sexual harassment allegations.

Chris Cuomo’s dismissal came only months after he admitted helping craft his brother’s response to Andrew Cuomo’s sex scandal allegations, even as he was reporting on the very same issue.

Chris Cuomo then was accused of sexually harassing two former colleagues, the Western Journal documented.

It was CNN contributor Jeffrey Toobin who was “symbolically fired” last year “after he was busted engaging in, um, solo sexual impropriety while on a Zoom call with female colleagues, only to rehire him this year once the heat was off,” the Journal said.

Then there’s Lemon, who is “also facing allegations of sexual harassment and assault by a man who says the anchor subjected him to obscene treatment during an altercation at a bar in 2018,” the Journal said.

“You have to wonder: Are all these allegations of sexual harassment and abuse just a big coincidence, or is this reflective of a depraved company culture? At a time when the political left, at the behest of social radicals, celebrates the widespread acceptance of promiscuity and all manner of sexual indulgence, it’s easy to point the finger not just at a left-wing cable network but at a culture that glorifies sex without attachment and attacks traditional sexual ethics as ‘oppressive,’” the Western Journal said.

“In a world where indulging all of one’s sexual desires is seen as empowering, where is the line between what’s acceptable and what’s criminal? This behavior is not just indicative of a depraved cable news network. It’s indicative of a depraved culture that is morally adrift.”

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