In New York, medical professionals were pulled off of the floor at the Cherry Medical Centre in Grand Rapids. Why were they pulled from the floor? They were pulled so that the CBS film crew would make it look like they had a long line of vehicles in their COVID-19 coverage.
James O'Keefe, the founder and CEO of Project Veritas, had said that their "insider witnessed the whole thing and came to Project Veritas, because he knew we would protect him".
The insider had told Project Veritas that medical personnel were taken from treating patients in order to make the line longer for actual patients for patients waiting for the COVID-19 test.
In an interview with the said "insider", O'Keefe had asked then "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 had replied with "A hundred percent. Absolutely". This all can be seen on the video at the bottom of the page 😉
Nick Ross, a corporate cleaning site supervisor at the Cherry Heath facility had said he was there when the CBS News crew had arrived and set up their video equipment at the COVID-19 testing site in the parking lot. He said that "Apparently the news crew wanted more people in the line because they knew it was scheduled".
The nurses and doctors who were put in the line had said that they "could have done other stuff". A Cherry Health Supervisor had said that "Apparently, the news crew wanted more people in the line".
Another nurse, Alison Mauro, had said that she and other medical professionals working at the drive-thru testing site did not administer the actual swab test as CBS News was filming. Due to the manufactured line, actual patients had to wait longer. "We pretended. There were a couple of real patients, which made it worse".