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Jon Miller: 'Is America best represented by a drag queen who wants to ban meat?'

James O'Keefe explains how journalism has become a tool for those in power

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On Thursday's episode of "White House Brief," Jon Miller discussed CNN's climate change town hall and if those who participated in the town hall best represented the American voter.

In this video, Jon explained why CNN 's selection of participants in Wednesday's climate change town hall did not fairly represent the American people.

According to Jon, Americans do not desire to give up meat, cars, or plastic straws, despite what the 2020 Democrats wanted the public to believe, nor did Americans relate to a "drag queen" wearing purple eye shadow."

Later, Jon interviewed the Founder/CEO of Project Veritas, James O'Keefe, and discussed the current state of the press and mainstream media.

"The whole idea of journalism is to shame the devil and tell the truth," James said.

Jon pressed O'Keefe on whether or not his organization could be classified and activist journalism.

Watch the video below to hear James' in depth response.

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