BREAKING: Project Veritas tapes reveal CNN VP insulting Latino voters

Cynthia Hudson states that that Cubans are "attracted to bullies," and that Trump is manipulating them by fearmongering Communism.


James O'Keefe and Project Veritas have published yet another batch of explosive recordings from CNN conference calls. One such recording features CNN Senior Vice President Cynthia Hudson, who vocalizes her concern that Cubans are supporting Trump.

"The Cubans are going to vote for Trump, and that's terrifying," she said in the recording. Hudson is also the general manager of CNN en Español and Hispanic strategy.

Hudson states that that Cubans are "attracted to bullies," and that Trump is manipulating them by fearmongering communism. This is just one of many shocking tapes that O'Keefe has published. Project Veritas has launched an undercover investigation that captured CNN president Jeff Zucker's editorial phone calls over the past couple of months.

Many on social media are pointing out this particular recording, calling it racism.

Hudson concludes he point, seemingly offering advice to Biden's team, "I think that there is a way to counter the narrative in Florida (Biden being a Socialist) that is not being taken advantage of."

President Trump won the state of Florida by almost 400,000 votes and made historic gains in the Cuban community.

This is a breaking story and part of a series of explosive revelations from Project Veritas.

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