A reporter at a Detroit station paused her weather report to say she's talking to Project Veritas.
April Moss said she would be speaking with the far-right group about "discrimination" at CBS.
Last week, a Fox 26 Houston journalist said she was going to Project Veritas with "recordings."
A weather reporter at a Detroit CBS affiliate interrupted her live broadcast to drop a bombshell announcement that she was going to be a source for Project Veritas.
Midway through her weather forecast Sunday, Moss stopped talking about the warm temperatures and said: "Speaking of a brand-new week, I will be sitting down this week with Project Veritas to discuss the discrimination that CBS is enforcing on its employees. Tune in to Project Veritas for my full story."
Project Veritas is a far-right group claiming to investigate and expose corruption. It is perhaps best known for releasing edited sting-style videos purporting to catch people admitting to wrongdoing.
It's unclear whether Moss still works for CBS 62, but the network still lists her as a weather forecaster. According to her profile on CBS 62's website, Moss joined the station's weather team in 2012 and is its weekend weather anchor.
CBS 62 Detroit did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider on Moss' employment status.
A spokesman for Project Veritas said Moss' sit-down interview with Project Veritas would most likely air Tuesday night.
When asked whether more reporters had reached out to the group, the spokesman said: "We are observing a movement of inspired media insiders coming forward, and more insiders will be compelled to speak out against corruption and wrongdoing in the very near future."
Moss is the second journalist this week to pull an on-air stunt and announce plans to act as a source for Project Veritas.
Last Monday, a local Fox reporter, Ivory Hecker, also made a surprise announcement during a live TV report, saying she was going to Project Veritas with secret recordings.
"I want to let you the viewers know that Fox Corp. has been muzzling me to keep certain information from you," said Hecker, who was a general-assignment reporter and fill-in anchor with the Fox affiliate Fox 26 Houston until she was fired last Tuesday.
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