Filmmaker James O´Keefe said on Monday that Project Veritas will be releasing the results of one of the largest investigations the organization has ever conducted. The Project, said O´Keefe, will lead to people being fired. "In the coming weeks, you’re going see one of the biggest investigations this organization has ever done," O’Keefe said. "It’s a continuation of American Pravda series. It’s aimed at the media. We’re going after their holy grail." "We have tripled our journalists in the field," he continued. "They are not even here, they are out there everyday. It’s gonna be big, it’s gonna be massive.
Remember when "60 Minutes" was prosecuted for using hidden cameras and covert interviews ?
But then....they were nice people with good intentions whereas O´Keefe and his ilk are trouble-makers who need to be silenced for the "Greater Good". The common people cant´ be trusted to decide what´s good for them. That´s why even ´elections´ must be adjusted as needed so that the correct people get elected.
some of the best donations(besides the animal rescue ones) that I send...also to Judicial Watch..they are doing fabulous work..if you can, throw a few bucks his way..I do hope he has good security..I pray for him..
So he must have caught a bunch of Kneepads agreeing with Trump or saying they are voting for the Tea Parties´ candidate. Or that they don´t agree with BLM or that transgenders are unhelathy abominations of humans. Or that they think the campus snowflakes should have their little spoiled brat behinds spanked. Or that Antifa is a domestic left wing terrorist organization and should be declared as such. Those are about the only things that could get a Kneepad media type fired.
Let us hope "lose their jobs" is only the warm-up. It is time the Enemedia be prosecuted for criminal collusion with the DNC. Covering up Democrat crimes and intentionally spreading disinformation like an American Pravda is not "freedom of the press" and it is certainly not in accordance with any law or regulation regarding honest business practices. The Enemedia is a danger, a cancer, and now proven to be a criminal enterprise that cannot be allowed to stand.
Good point, #11, something is keeping the New York Times and the Washington Post afloat and it´s certainly not their sales. Since Hillary has not contributed to hurricane victims she must have something more important to feed.
Memo to James: it may be time to change tactics. The media have built up their Ignore Reflex to the point where they avoid your facts before they are even released.
Instead, opt for a viral approach. Post on Reddit, YouTube and elsewhere. Don´t use your watermark. Don´t use an identifiable account. Get tongues wagging without those same tongues attacking you for simply presenting facts. You may be surprised at the traction your video gets.
The internet is convinced First Lady Melania Trump has a body double, which is simultaneously the best and dumbest conspiracy theory to hit the net since InfoWars´ Alex Jones told us the government was turning the frogs gay (they are!). On Wednesday, Mrs. Trump — or perhaps someone else — was standing alongside the president at a press conference regarding hurricane relief efforts, wearing suspicious dark shades. "My wife, Melania, who happens to be right here," mentioned President Trump, adding fuel to the conspiracy fire. (Photo) Soon, the chorus of social media Body Double Experts sang out the conspiracy, some
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WASHINGTON — A shakeup is underway at the Democratic National Committee as several key longtime officials have lost their posts, exposing a still-raw rift in the party and igniting anger among those in its progressive wing who see retaliation for their opposition to DNC Chairman Tom Perez. The ousters come ahead of the DNC´s first meeting, in Las Vegas, Nevada, since Perez took over as chairman with a pledge earlier this year that he would unite the party that had become badly divided during the brutal Bernie Sanders-Hillary Clinton 2016 primary. Complaints began immediately after party officials saw a list
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President Trump lashed out on Twitter against the Florida congresswoman who said he told a soldier’s widow that her husband “must’ve known what he signed up for,’ saying she “fabricated” the account. “Democrat Congresswoman totally fabricated what I said to the wife of a soldier who died in action (and I have proof). Sad!” Trump wrote on the social messaging site on Tuesday. Rep. Frederica Wilson, a Democrat, said she was riding in the car with Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Army Sgt. La David T. Johnson, who was killed in Niger along with three other comrades, when she got