UPDATE (2/23/2017) – Project Veritas and James O’Keefe have released the CNN tapes. Click here.
James O’Keefe and his teams at Project Veritas and Project Veritas Action have a history of exposing corruption. With a camera and a pimp costume James took down A.C.O.R.N., and his undercover videos helped expose the inner workings of the DNC and played a roll in Hillary losing the election.
Now, James and his team are going after the media.
On Sean Hannity’s radio show on Tuesday, James O’Keefe announced that he is releasing hours of footage from inside a major media company.
“In the next 48 hours, Project Veritas, like WikiLeaks, will be releasing hundreds of hours of tape from within the establishment media. Our next target is in fact, the media. We’ve had people on the inside come to us. Just like Julian Assange has people come to him, w’ve had people, sources come to us and give us information and we are going to be releasing it WikiLeaks style this week.”
Hear the clip of the show below.
— ZeroPointNow (@ZeroPointNow) February 22, 2017
O’Keefe didn’t mention CNN by name, but suggested that it was a major media outlet that “Trump has really been talking about.” Hannity immediately said, “so, it’s CNN.”
CNN has not been very fair in their coverage of James O’Keefe in the past, so it makes sense that they would be the targets of a Project Veritas investigation.
Here is a video where the CNN reporters try to discredit James before they report on his videos during the election.
CNN isn’t the only network that has tried to discredit James and his work. On the latest episode of Homeland, the writers take and unusual swipe at O’Keefe by adding his name to an Alex Jones type character.
— Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) February 21, 2017
Right now, it doesn’t matter what CNN or any other station says about James O’Keefe, it only matters what is on the tapes. That is why James O’Keefe is so successful at what he does. It doesn’t matter what lies people say about him or his or his organization, the tapes don’t lie and it is really hard to argue with video evidence.
Just ask Bob Creamer.
— Pamela Moore (@Pamela_Moore13) October 18, 2016
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