Project Veritas recently released a video of Good Morning America host, Amy Robach, stating ABC killed the Epstein story, which implicated Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, and Prince Andrew in illegal acts, including sex with children, because they wouldn’t be able to interview the royal family if they continued.
Robach states in the video, “the palace” threatened them a million different ways.
Robach had an interview with Epstein victim, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who they convinced to come out from hiding, and she is in posession of photos that prove the allegations.
CBS News has fired a female staffer believed to have had access to the tape of Amy Robach raging against ABC News, Page Six understands.
We reported on Wednesday that ABC News chiefs discovered a former employee could be behind the leak of the damning footage of Robach slamming the network for shelving her interview with Jeffrey Epstein’s “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre. Sources told Page Six that a former staffer had access to the footage of Robach as she aired her frustrations over a hot mike — and that employee was now believed to be working at CBS.
A TV source told us later on Wednesday that the woman was let go from CBS, after ABC execs alerted the rival network.
ABC sources confirmed to us that they’d informed counterparts at CBS about the staffer “as a courtesy.”
Interestingly enough, on their website, CBS touts the importance of “social responsibility.”
Recognizing its influence as one of the world’s leading media companies, CBS Corporation strives to use its various platforms and reach for the public good. The Company is committed to producing diverse and socially responsible content across all of its divisions, as well as award-winning public service announcements and quality news coverage, including the quick and effective response of CBS’ news outlets in communities faced with natural disasters. CBS enjoys and takes seriously its distinction of being a public trust.