It's not as if CNN "New Day" Associate Producer Jimmy Carr said anything that many of us don't already think in private -- namely, that there are a lot of voters out there who are dumber than a butterfly turd.

It's that Carr represents an influential media network, one that lays particular claim to an "intelligent" viewing audience that supposedly knows the difference between real news and real BS.

Project Veritas has been putting the journalistic screws to CNN with a series of videos exposing the network's major shortcomings when it comes to telling the truth about President Trump and Russia, among other things.

This week Project Veritas has come out with a third video featuring Carr, who is sticking by his comments that he thinks the American voters are "stupid as sh*t" as he trashes CNN "New Day" host Chris Cuomo.

"I talked to a couple of guys on a Friday afternoon and I said things we normally wouldn't say," Carr told Project Veritas. "I mean, granted, anything I've said to you I would defend on the record. I don't think I've said anything wrong."

You haven't, Jimmy. You've merely confirmed our own suspicions about CNN. So calm down.

In the video, Carr further admitted that 90 percent of CNN views President Trump as "crazy" and that Cuomo is not well-liked at the network.

"There's a lot of us that spend a lot of time in the newsroom criticizing just the same points. Just can't stand the guy when he talks, we're like shut up," said Carr, who also said Kellyanne Conway "looks like she got hit with a shovel."

Project Veritas came out in late June with its first bombshell video in which CNN producer John Bonifield admitted the Trump-Russia collusion story is "mostly bullshit."

"I haven't seen any good enough evidence to show that the president committed a crime," Bonifield said. "I just feel like they don't really have it but they want to keep digging. And so I think the president is probably right to say, like, look you are witch hunting me. You have no smoking gun, you have no real proof."

There appears to be a lot of sh*t going on at CNN as that seems to be the preferred word used to describe things by network employees.

It's an appropriate word for a media powerhouse like CNN that gets caught poo-poohing its own narratives and staging fake Muslim protests in London after a fatal terrorist attack.

Keep it up, CNN. Your ratings will hit the fan yet.

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