WOW: CBS News Exposed for Using ‘Fake Patients’ for a Report Fabricating Coronavirus Pandemic

A CBS News crew in Grand Rapids, Mich. turned first responders into crisis actors in order to stage a photo op to keep the COVID-19 fear machine going, an investigation by Project Veritas has found.

“Our insider witnessed the whole thing and came to Project Veritas, because he knew we would protect him,” said journalist James O’Keefe, the founder and CEO of Project Veritas.

“The insider told us that medical personnel were taken away from treating patients and making the line longer for actual patients wait for the COVID-19 test,” he added.

O’Keefe sat down with the anonymous whistleblower during an interview that was published on the Veritas site.

O’Keefe asked the unnamed insider: “You’re telling me you’re a hundred percent certain that CBS News, CBS News Corporation–national, staged a fake event. They faked the news. They faked the reality and broadcasted that to all of their audience last Friday on ‘CBS This Morning.'”

The insider responded: “A hundred percent. Absolutely.”

Nick Ross, who works at the Cherry Health facility where the fake news was shot, said he saw the CBS crew arrive and start planning the scene they needed to stage their biased report.

“Apparently the news crew wanted more people in the line because they knew it was scheduled,” Ross said.

Maria Hernandez-Vaquez, who handles professional registrations for the hospital, said to the insider that it was Cherry Health Director of Quality and Informatics Glenda Walker who turned the first responders into crisis actors.

“It’s just annoying cause we could have done other stuff,” a one registered nurse said on a hidden camera recorded by the Project Veritas insider.

“We knew they were coming. We had no clue that we’re going to have to, like, do fake patients,” the nurse added.

Because of the lack of patients, the first responders were coerced into lining up in their cars to make it look as if there was a long wait for COVID-19 patients to receive care. These are the type of promulgated photo ops that are being used to fuel the ongoing mass hysteria.

Sickeningly, they noted that the crisis actors were mixed in with real COVID-19 patients. To set up the phony scene for the cameras, they may have put first responders at risk, which could potentially exacerbate the public health emergency greatly while they are on the job.

“We pretended. There were a couple of real patients, which made it worse,” registered nurse Alison Mauro said on hidden camera.

Cherry Health and CBS News are both denying all culpability with the sham that took place.

“We and CBS News had nothing to do with that line,” said Cherry Health President and CEO Tasha Blackmon to Project Veritas.

CBS News is denying that they staged the display to create propaganda about the coronavirus pandemic. However, they did remove the deceptive information from their news piece.

“CBS News did not stage anything at the Cherry Health facility. Any suggestion to the contrary is 100% false. These allegations are alarming. We reached out to Cherry Health to address them immediately. They informed us for the first time that one of their chief officers told at least one staffer to get in the testing line along with real patients. No one from CBS News had any knowledge of this before tonight. They also said that their actions did not prevent any actual patients from being tested. We take the accuracy of our reporting very seriously and we are removing the Cherry Health portion from the piece,” they wrote.

The fake news media is desperate to keep the panic alive and prevent Americans from returning to their normal lives.