Dinesh D’Souza retweeted an article today that has A LOT of people talking.
It’s an article that claims CNN paid the leader of “Unite the Right,” the “white nationalist” group who gained notoriety in Charlottesville, after clashing with Democrat terror groups Antifa and Black Lives Matter.
The report indicates that Jason Kessler, the man who organized the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, was on the payroll of CNN.
According to Internet “sleuths,” a story on Occupy Wall St. from five years ago was filed on CNN’s website credits “CNN Assignment Editor Jason Kessler.”
Jason Kessler, the main who organized the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Charlottesville, was on the payroll of CNN.
As a result of the rally, one person died and at least twenty others were injured when a car, driven by a Hillary Clinton supporter, smashed into protestors.
Thanks to Internet sleuths, a CNN report on Occupy Wall St. from five years ago was uncovered, which credits “CNN Assignment Editor Jason Kessler.”
Nationonenews.com reports: There were some curious facts surrounding this event, so we decided to do some digging.
What we found raises serious questions about who Jason Kessler is actually working for…
First of all, the ACLU defended Jason Kessler and forced the city to keep his permit in place. This was after the city raised concerns about the ability of Law Enforcement to keep Antifa, BLM, and the New Black Panthers from clashing with the White Supremacists who were attending with Jason Kessler.