Who is April Moss (Meteorologist Accuses CBS Detroit)?
April Moss is a meteorologist and local TV reporter at WWJ CBS Detroit. She said during an on-air weather report she plans to reveal accusations of “discrimination” to Project Veritas. The journalist did not go into details during the Sunday, June 20, 2021, broadcast. Project Veritas has yet to post its interview with Moss.
April Moss, a current TV Journalist has worked at CBS in Michigan for 9 years. She has recordings , emails, and evidence journalism was practiced in an unethical way. “I couldn’t live with myself. I owe it to the people,” she said as she played the recordings. #CBS62Whistleblower pic.twitter.com/z5lUb6HXil
— Direct (@Direct7777) June 21, 2021
In an online fundraising campaign, Moss said she “felt led to stand up to the medical discrimination that was being enforced by ViacomCBS on its employees.” She added, falsely, “The mandate for any individual to be tested for COVID19 for employment or participation at a university or other institution violates federal law.” Moss also said, “My hope is that others who are faced with similar situations in their workplace can find the strength and courage to stand up for their God-given rights. Thank you so much for contributing to myself and my family. God Bless You!”
CBS Detroit is owned by ViacomCBS as part of the CBS Television Stations Grou. The news station and its corporate parent has not commented about Moss. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, it is not against federal law for employers to mandate COVID-19 testing. Moss’ GiveSendGo campaign links to websites by coronavirus conspiracy theorists America’s Frontline Doctors and the anti-vaccine group Children’s Health Defense. That anti-vax group was founded by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and has spread COVID-19 misinformation, according to NPR.
Moss is following in the footsteps of former Fox 26 Houston reporter Ivory Hecker, who made a similar on-air tease a week earlier and then was fired by her Texas news station. Hecker provided secret recordings to the controversial James O’Keefe-led right-wing activist group and said she was censored when she tried to cover Bitcoin and hydroxychloroquine during the COVID-19 pandemic. While Hecker lost her job, she has raised more than $170,000 through a “GiveSendGo” campaign set up by her mother on the Christian fundraising website. Like Hecker, Moss is being celebrated on right-wing social media as a mainstream media “whistleblower”
Project Veritas sit-down interview with CBS 62 April Moss will likely be broadcast tonight, June 22, 2021. Project Veritas asked, If more reporters have reached out? Response, “We’re observing a movement of inspired media insiders coming forward.” It only takes ONE…..💥💥 pic.twitter.com/cz6Nknqxum
— PatriotCharlie (@PatriotCharlie1) June 22, 2021
April Moss Wiki – April Moss Bio
Moss is a reporter for WWJ CBS Detroit and a meteorologist. During an on-air weather report, she stated that she intends to report allegations of “discrimination” to Project Veritas.
According to her LinkedIn profile, the weather reporter, who was born in Maryland on April 15, 1983,
According to her bio on her news station’s website, “April cheered on the Chippewas as a member of the coed cheer team for football and basketball,” while in college at Central Michigan. She also studied political science while at the university.
Before taking the job at the Detroit news station, Moss worked at WBAL-TV in Baltimore. According to the CWDetroit website, “April Moss joined the CW50 First Forecast team in April 2012. A Maryland native, April discovered her true love for broadcasting while interning at the NBC affiliate, WBAL-TV 11 in Baltimore.” She also previously “worked in various on-air positions for News Central 34 in Mt. Pleasant.”
April Moss Education
Moss graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in broadcast journalism in 2005.
According to her profile on the CBS 62 website, Moss, who is a member of the National Weather Association, recently resumed her study at Pennsylvania State University, where she studied Meteorological and Atmospheric Science from 2019 to 2020.
Moss completed her degree in atmospheric sciences and meteorology at Pennsylvania State University in 2020, according to her LinkedIn profile. After finishing her studies at Penn State, Moss became a meteorologist at CBS Detroit in 2020. She was previously a weather forecaster.
April Moss Career, Work Criteria
April Moss worked for News Central 34, a student broadcasting station at the institution, in a number of on-air capacities and was a member of the coed football and basketball cheer teams.
According to the CBS Detroit website, Moss, “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.” She’s a “member of the National Weather Association,” CBS Detroit says.
How Old is April Moss?
She is 38 years old as of 2021.
April Moss Husband Children, Family
Moss lived in Macomb County, Metro Detroit, with her husband and three boys at the time of the CW50 feature in 2016, and spent the most of her free time with friends or working at her local church.
Moss is married and has four sons, according to her social media pages. Moss’ husband, Nate Maus, is a former high school principal and teacher who now works as a contractor, running his own company, Maus Contracting, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Moss says on her CBS Detroit bio, “Outside of CBS, Moss’ hobbies include skiing, kayaking, and just about any outdoor activity with her husband and sons.”
On her biography on the CW Detroit website, Moss says, “When she isn’t working, she spends most of her free time with family and volunteering at her church. Her interests include traveling, writing, blogging, decorating, cooking and planning events for family and friends.”
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