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Tell your friends and family; Project Veritas is about to trigger another media firestorm with the release of our latest investigative blockbuster.
It’s hard to believe, considering past targets like ACORN and NPR, but this new evidence will expose the biggest fraud we’ve seen yet. When we go public, our footage is going to blow the lid off of a nationwide scandal worth more than $1.2 trillion a year.
The last several months have been exhilarating.
Currently, we are in the works with several new projects. Volunteers are on the ground in several states armed with video cameras exposing nefarious behavior by bureaucrats and corrupt officials. Project Veritas is leading the way for a new generation of citizen journalists who are sick of the corruption that plagues our country. Ordinary people of all ages, races and political affiliations are joining us in creating a grassroots army of video muckrakers, citizen journalists and local activists, giving their time and energy for this common purpose.
After spawning a number of false reports that Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe had violated his probation and a federal court order by attending last weekend’s Faith and Freedom Conference in Washington, D.C., liberal blog ThinkProgress was forced to retract that claim Saturday.
“Days ago, the AP reported that a federal judge had denied [O’Keefe’s] request for permission to leave New Jersey to attend the conference... Although it’s possible the judge reconsidered his decision, there are no reports that occurred.”
On March 8th, Project Veritas released Part 1 of its investigation of National Public Radio, followed by a second release. The investigation, in which Project Veritas investigators posed as members of a fictional group founded by "members of the Muslim Brotherhood," was widely reported in the media and produced a dramatic response from NPR and its board members.
On Tuesday, Project Veritas released Part 1 of its investigation of National Public Radio. The investigation, in which Project Veritas investigators posed as members of a fictional group founded by "members of the Muslim Brotherhood," was widely reported in the media and produced a dramatic response from NPR and its board members.
The following video contains conversations between Project Veritas undercover investigator, Simon Templar, and Betsy Liley, NPR's Senior Director of Institutional Giving.
Who We Are
Through Project Veritas, James O’Keefe brings investigative journalism outside the traditional newsroom and into your hands. His intensive, fully-staffed investigative team will release more explosive investigations, shining the light on corruption, misconduct, fraud and the abuse of power in American society.
Project Veritas brings transparency into the back-room deals.
James is also undertaking a national training program aimed at creating modern-day muckrakers.