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After stirring the hornet's nest of the "Ivory Tower" media world, and being attacked regularly for hit, Project Veritas brings you Part V in our series, To Catch a Journalist.
This latest release brings our investigation full circle.
Last month, this series was criticized -- before its release -- by Sam Stein of the Huffington Post. He assumed we came up empty in our questions posed to a progressive "think tank" in Ohio . . . but we didn't.
Following the release of the fourth segment of our investigation, To Catch a Journalist, the reaction coming from the progressive media establishment began to reach a boiling point.
Lesser-known publications, such as Gawker, didn't bother to veil animosity toward our work with one of their reporters publically writing, "[James O'Keefe] You are a [explitive] idiot."
On a television network owned by Al Gore, James was named the "Worst Person in the World" by former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann.
In the fourth installment of our investigation "To Catch a Journalist" a pattern has emerged that's unequivocal . . . journalists and journalism professors hate when they are the ones being asked difficult questions.
Our latest video focuses on another Pulitzer Prize winner and professor at Columbia Journalism School, Amy Ellis Nutt.
On Saturday, November 5th, James O'Keefe appeared as a guest on C-SPAN's Washington Journal to discuss his work as the president of Project Veritas.
Last week, Project Veritas launched the results of its investigation, "To Catch a Journalist."
Two segments of the series have been released, the last of which prompted CNN and the Washington Post to question the veracity of our investigation due to the characterization of Clay Shirky as a "consultant" to the New York Times.
CNN claimed Project Veritas "erroneously described Professor Shirky as a New York Times consultant." CNN never reached out to Project Veritas for comment.
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.