BUSTED: Unite The Right’s, Jason Kessler, Was Paid By CNN

Unite The Right leader Jason Kessler caught working for CNN

Jason Kessler, the man 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.” 

Who Does Jason Kessler Really Work For?

The ACLU forced local government officials to allow Jason Kessler to keep his permit in place, despite police officers raising safety concerns over violent groups such as BLM, the KKK and Antifa being in close proximity to each other.

Jason Kesler doesn’t believe in the Second Amendment.

He supports Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

He really dislikes the Republican party.

He claims he abruptly became a Trump supporter in November.

His claim of being “red pilled” is bogus.

He uses the media coverage of the Baltimore riots as his reason for switching sides. However, a look at his almost 5,000 tweet history reveals just one tweet, sent one month after declaring his support for Trump, in which he mildly criticises one left-wing outlet over their overage of the Baltimore riots. Hardly sounds like he was “red pilled” does it?

The smoking gun. 

Kessler used to work for for fake news outlet CNN.

This raises serious questions about who Jason really is? Is he a Democrat plant designed to undermine Trump and see his impeachment? It certainly seems likely, with all of the new information coming out about him.