A second local news journalist has teamed up with Project Veritas to blow the whistle on her station’s alleged malfeasance.
Last week, Fox 26 Houston reporter Ivory Hector announced live on the air that she had been secretly recording her superiors and intended to use Project Veritas to expose their efforts at keeping “certain information” from being reported.
CBS 62 Detroit Meteorologist April Moss made her bombshell revelation in the middle of her weather report, informing viewers that she intends to go public with accusations of the local CBS affiliate’s discriminatory practices.
She began the segment by wishing viewers a happy Father’s Day, and recapping the day’s weather. “Today we saw temperatures above normal again topping out at 85 degrees at Metro Airport. Plenty of sunshine today, but all good things must come to an end and that starts as early as tomorrow morning with showers moving in around 8 a.m.,” she reported.
Moss then seamlessly segued from the weather to her collaboration with Project Veritas.
“I will be sitting down this week with Project Veritas to discuss the discrimination that CBS is enforcing upon its employees,” Moss said. “Tune into Project Veritas for my full story.”
Without missing a beat, she then resumed the weather forecast.
“Later Monday, we will see those showers continuing through late morning, but by evening we’ll see dry conditions and more comfortable conditions as well,” Moss reported.
BREAKING: CBS 62 Insider April Moss BLOWS WHISTLE on Network ‘Discrimination’ On-Air During Weather Report Following Fox 26 Reporter Ivory Hecker’s Brave Actions
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Moss joined the CBS 62 weather team in 2012 and currently serves as the Weekend Weather Anchor on CBS62 and CW50 .
She is a host on Street Beat airing Saturdays at 8:30 am on CW50 and has reported for Eye On Detroit about the rising water levels in Macomb and St. Clair Counties, and The National Weather Service’s Storm Ready initiative.
A graduate of Central Michigan University, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and Political Science. Currently, she is continuing her education in Meteorological and Atmospheric Science at Pennsylvania State University. She is a member of the National Weather Association.
Ivory Hector was fired shortly after telling Project Veritas founder and president James O’Keefe that Fox 26 tried to muzzle her reporting on Hydroxychloroquine because it went against “the corporate narrative.”
A company spokesperson told Project Veritas: “FOX 26 adheres to the highest editorial standards of accuracy and impartiality. This incident involves nothing more than a disgruntled former employee seeking publicity by promoting a false narrative produced through selective editing and misrepresentation.”