35 Burst results for "Project Veritas"

Project Veritas: Whistleblower Troubled With the Direction of the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:16 min | Last week

Project Veritas: Whistleblower Troubled With the Direction of the FBI

"Here is the FBI whistleblower talking to project veritas after they got a hold of Ashley Biden's diary and had an FBI raids at their homes after that Alleging that this was political And he also says that the vast majority of FBI agents are troubled by the direction the agency is taking Gosh I hope we're going to hear from more whistleblowers than coming up here Check this out Going down to sentinel tags This was chosen by the people who opened up this case They had to specifically list the threat tags that they wanted to identify The intelligence investigation is meant for information That doesn't require that you've done anything wrong with dialog That's the governing dynamic for the FBI One paragraph justification for spying on anyone It's one of the few parts of the entire public document that you see that will be redacted It's truly an incredible amount of power If used wrong What do you hope comes from your endeavor to be here and say all this I would hope that we could end up with a nonpartisan law enforcement agency in this country that's not doing things that seem to be inappropriate Just you doing the job that you're told following those orders is to maintain your paycheck and your pension that gives you the Holocaust So then you end up with somebody who's willing to do something that maybe compromises their ethics Yeah Yeah you're right And thank you to that whistleblower for speaking up

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Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Asks Board About Mass Exodus Following Sale

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Twitter CMO Leslie Berland Asks Board About Mass Exodus Following Sale

"Leslie Berlin Twitter CMO A Twitter CMO a something of communications from a meeting Monday in a leaked audio We want to thank project veritas which is constantly under attack by the FBI and the DoJ and The New York Times This is a fantastic room With a fantastic young leader in James O'Keefe Cat 9 go Out of the board and mister monster plan on dealing with a mass exodus considering the acquisition is by a person with questionable ethics with the authority I can answer this for mister Musk if I may The exits over there drag your ass out of there and go join Disney Get the hell out of here Or maybe you can work for Nike in China Maybe you'll enjoy that or maybe or maybe you'll enjoy working for Apple in China Go ahead But drag your ass out of here And the fast of the better Questionable ethics they said mister Musk you know what That's based on ladies and gentlemen These constant attacks and filings against him in the Securities and Exchange Commission Where the bureaucracy is highly politicized and anti business Oh so he must be unethical He must be unethical So these are the dead Enders These are the hardcore lefties that are used to controlling your speech And they don't like the fact that now this is going to be a private company So they need to go Mass exodus are you kidding me A lot of people would love to work there Love it Love

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Media Matters' Brennan Suen Brags About Attacking Project Veritas

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

Media Matters' Brennan Suen Brags About Attacking Project Veritas

"Brennan suing is the deputy director of external affairs for media matters for George Soros I mean media matters And Brennan suing if that is his or her name I have no idea And why would it matter We don't believe in Genitalia binary genitalia whatever Brennan soon with media matters Is bragging and proud That they tried to destroy project veritas Let's take a listen shall we This is project veritas in one of their great investigative pieces Project marathon school Thank you We have people doing it It's just hard But actually you know they don't they're not on Twitter anymore So we have had some victories and get some of your horrible videos off So none of what anyone I don't know We've been doing that I do appreciate that They find ways They have this thing I forgot what they do They're trying to get people to share their stuff And it's on you the same engagement What can you guys do We monitor them and we expose them and we try to make sure people know what's going on Hopefully people are educated and don't fall for their project veritas media matters and I think you'll see Some of our content about it I should actually but it's not public you know we do a lot of stuff It partner works to raise awareness too So it's not always like that It's content on our website Aren't they great over there at media matters In my view a criminal front group they need a good tax audit that organization So they're bragging about trying to shut down project variables because they are nothing more than a radical in my opinion Marxist Anti speech un American

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James O'Keefe: Project Veritas Is Going to Keep Going

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

James O'Keefe: Project Veritas Is Going to Keep Going

"If this was a case about let's say The Daily Beast right That got a hold of Donald Trump Jr.'s diary or whatever And the diary had some explosive things in it which would reflect poorly on Donald Trump The Daily Beast would be celebrated worldwide and if the Donald Trump administration were still in office had Bill Barr get secret warrants against The Daily Beast This would be the water gate of our time Do you have any doubt about that But the fact that the political roles are reversed and they just don't like your journalism because you expose them all the time They're trying to sweep this thing under The Rock We can't let that happen Yeah I think they're like schoolyard bullies These are these federal prosecutors What the Ivy League schools they hide behind the bag They think they're a big tough man because they can rate a journalist home But what I found about these bullies they've been doing this team my whole life I mean this is not my first rodeo I'll be my last rodeo I was arrested in New Orleans all those U.S. attorneys resigned and disgraced and lost their law license for what they did to me and other people that they railroaded And then every lawsuit they filed against me they lose and we filed a loss against The New York Times and had a judge in the Supreme Court of New York rule against The New York Times So I think the most important thing Dan is to keep going and to be brave and to not back down when you're punched in the face by a schoolyard bully but to stand up we've done nothing illegal We don't break the law There's no evidence of any illegal behavior And to your point a diary since when do the feds investigate this I don't even like even It wasn't like a Cohen We did a hypersonic missile right Right it just it was an ugly story in that It made people look bad It was not a national security incident You didn't break it to anyone's house We didn't publish it

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James O'Keefe: Feds Gagged Microsoft for Not Spying on Project Veritas

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

James O'Keefe: Feds Gagged Microsoft for Not Spying on Project Veritas

"You gotta hold of this Biden family diary and of course after that it appears you guys became the subject of a bunch of raids I mean this is the kind of stuff that you write in like a cheesy comic book and everybody laughs like oh no that wouldn't happen There's no way the DoJ could be so ridiculous to do that And it seems obvious they be covering for Biden What's going on with that Well that's the recent big story we did This Microsoft Corporation reached out to me We use Microsoft for our emails And there were legal documents that showed that Biden's Department of Justice was spying on us 9 months before we even heard about this Joe Biden's daughter diary This is January 2020 Secret warrants then were signed by magistrate judges to Microsoft for my emails and my colleagues emails and those warrants allowed them to get stuff going back two years ago This is crazy It was so crazy the ACLU issued a statement ACLU comments on this This happened about two weeks ago And there are troubled by the electronic surveillance orders requiring sweeping disclosure of all of our journalistic sources So the FBI and the Department of Justice targeting project veritas and the craziest part about this Dan is that the federal judge in New York in December said well James will keeps a journalist journalist at privilege ordered the special master over the FBI with what they did and raiding my home and taking my stuff And then the feds went back to Microsoft a month later and continued to try to gag Microsoft from disclosing the existence of the secret warrants Last month Microsoft drafted emotion good on them opposing the gag and the feds back down And then in March just a few weeks ago we found out about all this This is crazy This is the biggest at bridgeman on freedom of the press in the history of the United States

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James O'Keefe Reacts to Elon Musk's New Influence Over Twitter

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | Last month

James O'Keefe Reacts to Elon Musk's New Influence Over Twitter

"James your thoughts you've done some pretty damning exposes and a hidden camera investigations on a lot of social media companies Your thoughts on what's going on with Twitter and Elon Musk I mean owning 9.2% of any company at that kind of market cap gives you enormous influence by nature I mean any buy or sell decision you make can destroy the stock or raise it overnight What do you think's going on there Well I mean I think it's pretty impressive that he's purchased that much of his stake in Twitter and hopefully just like the ownership of CNN is changing that they go back to their original mission which is to allow free discourse as you know project era talks or may not know I am project veritas are both banned on Twitter We have done nothing wrong We don't even offer my opinion on public policy issues I just quote people and you can see their lips moving So we did a story about CNN's Charlie Chester about one year ago this week and he was saying that we got Trump out We're a propaganda network and we quoted him and Twitter banned us for doing that So I think that hopefully a lot of brings it back to where we're supposed to be And because a lot of these other platforms Dan I've said this to you They mean well but unfortunately Twitter still has a tremendous weight a tremendous power to set the narrative in the mainstream media and influence people who are not either right or left They're just trying to make up their mind

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The Missing Piece in the "Conspiracy" to Undermine the 2020 Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | Last month

The Missing Piece in the "Conspiracy" to Undermine the 2020 Election

"I believe that the selection was tampered with interfered with stolen, whatever you wanna say, but we always struggled to find like the concrete evidence to put all these things together. And I was blown away. And we had this session both on camera and off camera, where we had some really intense moments of asking questions like a jury would almost. And I came away completely convinced that what you have is the missing piece to prove the criminal conspiracy that ended up unfolding that determined the 2020 election. This is a key point, Charlie, because there has been, as you know, a lot of claims going all the way back to election day. And the claims have, in some cases, been difficult to adjudicate because it's like how am I going to evaluate whether the Chinese are hacking our election? It's difficult to know. You know, just because I see dots on a screen that I don't see Chinese, guys doing it, you know? And so. There has been efforts. And then there's also been some very interesting even video evidence of a fraud project veritas had this Somali guy basically, you know, trafficking for voices on the street. And then the truck driver in Pennsylvania, the ballots in that arena in Atlanta. There was a lot of one off stuff. Right. And I think none of that is necessarily wrong. It's just interesting. Yeah. I call it episodic fraud. And by episodic, I mean, it's interesting in itself, but it doesn't show a pattern. And it certainly isn't enough to overturn an outcome. So what you need and the burden of proof is on us. Those who are making the allegation of fraud to really have some evidence. And I think what's happened weirdly is because the left has been so emphatic. This is the most secure election history. And there's so much censorship around it, and there have been some misfires in an attempt to prove this, it's actually made our job more difficult because it's now people even on our side, even Republicans approaches with a measure of skepticism. Like, yeah, I really, what do you got? And we welcome that. We accept the burden of proof. We accept the uphill climb. Go ahead. Accept the opportunity. We accept the uphill climb. And I think we've got the

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James O'Keefe Calls in to Discuss His Outrageous Ordeal With the FBI

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

James O'Keefe Calls in to Discuss His Outrageous Ordeal With the FBI

"Scandal to erupt is against project very task and we are delighted to have James O'Keefe with us on the line. James, welcome to America first. We've only got a couple of minutes. Tell us what you found out this week with regards to the targeting of you and your employees. Well, Microsoft Corporation, legal documents show that the Department of Justice was spying on us and hiding it from a federal judge. They got secret warrants, this is the Department of Justice Scott warrants against project veritas obtained all of our emails from Microsoft and then put a gag order on Microsoft, which is just lifted this month. We found out about this. As you all may or may not know, I was the FBI rated my apartment back in November. This is about Joe Biden's daughter's diary. We looked into it. We didn't publish the diary. FBI rates my place, a judge in New York signs what's called a special master. A filter team because we're journalists and the side of the First Amendment. But the government continued to spy on me and hide from the judge and this is a really big deal on the ACLU defended us yesterday. What were you accused of? What crime did you commit, James? That's a great question. A transporting documents across state lines and these sort of ridiculous absurd things that they would never charge any journalists. By the way, I have not been charged with a crime. We have not been charged, but they cited those things on the warrant on the search warrant. And then for the secret warrants, they cited things like stalking and blackmail, which weren't even on the search warrant at my apartment. Have you been charged with blackmail James? No, no. Okay, no, that was even dropped from their own search warrant. So we don't know because they sealed the affidavit. We don't know what they told these match straight judges. And we don't know if what they told them was true or just made up. This is

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A Shocking Account of the Regime's Assault With James O'Keefe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

A Shocking Account of the Regime's Assault With James O'Keefe

"With us right now is James O'Keefe from project veritas who is in the middle of one of the most revealing stories I think in a generation when it comes to press freedom and government overreach James, welcome back to the program. Charlie, great to be with you. So James, if I'm reading the reports correctly and I've watched some of your media interviews, it seems as if the Department of Justice, the organization that has the power to lock people in jail for the rest of their life secretly and illegally access to your emails. Is that correct? That's correct, Charlie. They issued secret warrants against Microsoft and got access to our emails, including emails, 8 months prior before we ever heard out about this diary, this Ashley Biden, Joe Biden's daughter's diary, the whole pretense for this for all of this. It was apparently that we came in possession of the president's daughter's diary. This is the first time we've ever heard of the feds having jurisdiction in an issue involving an abandoned diary. And of course, as you all know, journalists have a right to receive information from a source. So source sends us the diary. We actually paid for the rise to it, but we never published it. For a couple of different reasons. So now we found out that the feds were surveilling us and spying on us and issuing this is crazy, by the way. I know it's hard to shock people these days, but this is the biggest of bridgman on freedom of the press in the history of the United States. The feds issued a gag order against Microsoft from telling anybody even after the FBI raided my

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Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

"Sir So Mark what I wanted to talk about is mainly like concern that I had that you see a more and more every day that the Democrats have basically built an infrastructure and they're building upon it that is collusion with the media with culture with big tech with all these companies that it's an infrastructure that's going to be able to derail any single Republican administration in the future And I really hope that on day one Republicans are able to tackle this So what I want to see Mark is number one I want to see the whistleblower testifying in public with every single former member of president Trump's National Security Council and also Adam Schiff's staff that they were colluding with They need to be testifying into the investigated day one Also all these companies that are saying that Republican administrations on the governor level that these states are racist saying that the voter integrity law There's something wrong with that that it's anti minorities in Georgia whether don't see gay Bill in Florida You know what CEOs They need to be brought in front of Congress and just debate What provision specifically do you have a problem with explain and defend your position Because they're effectively blackmailing Republican states and acting as an armored Democrat party And then what's even worse is that look what's happening with James O'Keefe and project veritas The FBI is acting like basically the German Gestapo for Joe Biden right Going after them because of Ashley Biden's diary and all the information coming out from that And then what's even worse today which is broken the last hour and a half They're now exposing text messages of clarence Thomas wife which is outrageous I mean you want to call because Venice to be put a stop to this because of Democrats they're not going to stop They're going to get even worse and worse Now that they know they're going to be losing power And I really hope that day one Republicans they respond in kinds that never allow this behavior to happen Let me

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James O'Keefe: Will Judge Analisa Torres Hold Government Accountable?

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 2 months ago

James O'Keefe: Will Judge Analisa Torres Hold Government Accountable?

"Now this has to cost some money to your organization and for you How do you raise this money Millions Millions How do you raise the money We have tens of thousands of small donors many of which listen to this program and I don't take it for granted by the grace of God and the hard work of my employees We just work as hard as we can raising money but we don't We don't have a commercial imperative We have no advertising We're not for hire We're the nonprofit investigative news organization And the legal bills are in the millions And obviously that's probably one of their objectives as to where you down and where are you out But we've never really lost this litigation fight And we're continuing to win and mark the question is does this federal judge annually so Torres is her name in the southern district who appointed the special master that the legal term special overseer because of journalistic privilege and First Amendment privilege in this case She appointed a special master over the FBI What is going to be the consequence for these prosecutors going behind her back and doing secret spying on us I think there will be I think that she's not going to like that And we hope that there is going to be a consequence But most people fold in this life Most people don't keep going Most people get worn out get bankrupted by this and we refuse to be defeated and we depend upon your audience to support us at project veritas dot com

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James O'Keefe: Southern District of NY Spies on Project Veritas

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

James O'Keefe: Southern District of NY Spies on Project Veritas

"And the thing is to be perfectly honest with you if you had published this diary you still would have been on fairly firm footing because you didn't steal the diary You were the recipient of the diary Let me ask you a few more questions here James because this really is appalling Do we know what entity within the Biden administration or within the government I should say has been involved in this Is it FBI Is it the criminal division Is it is the U.S. attorney's office in the southern district Who is it It's the southern district of New York which is the federal jurisdiction of southern New York State and New York City We do not know who authorized this For example was that the attorney general of the United States The attorney general of the United States Merrick Garland expressly forbids the execution of search warrants against journalists for obvious reasons journalists work with sources If a source obtained something improperly the journal still has a First Amendment right to publish what we're given So long as we played no part in the acquiring of that document And that's what would happen here We don't even think the diary was storing or appears to have not been It appears to have been abandoned but we still have the first right to look into the matter when someone sends us something So they would never do this of course to The New York Times market if these other organizations and they attack us for being quote non journalists In fact the U.S. attorneys in the southern district argued before the judge that were not journalists and the reasoning was that we don't get permission from the people that we report on which is an absurd thing to say And it's exactly why project veritas exists because we don't work in concert with the government We investigate the government and they at The New York Times in Washington Post oftentimes do work in concert with the government So the answer to your question it's the southern district We don't know whether Washington Department of Justice authorized this We don't know if it was someone just in New York City

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James O'Keefe: Government Has Been Illegally Tracking Project Veritas

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 months ago

James O'Keefe: Government Has Been Illegally Tracking Project Veritas

"James seems like the government has been illegally well illegally tracking you guys explained to us what's going on here Yes Mark this is a bombshell report Microsoft Corporation legal documents released by project veritas revealed that the Department of Justice filed a series of secret warrants and orders in order to spy on project veritas And then they tried to gag order Microsoft from talking about it This is in lieu of this Ashley Biden diary matter that the FBI had rated me back in November And then the federal judge ordered a master over this issue but now we've uncovered Microsoft Corporation our emails are housed Microsoft Outlook The Department of Justice went to Microsoft got my emails and asked Microsoft to keep quiet about it and this goes back to January 2020 8 months before we even were made aware of this diary

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Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 2 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these

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James O'Keefe on Finding Moral Consensus in Journalism

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:06 min | 2 months ago

James O'Keefe on Finding Moral Consensus in Journalism

"But I'm sitting in the studio with James O'Keefe, founder of project veritas, who this minute in Thursday, on Thursday, is not here in New York with me, as you can see, but in Orlando at cpac. Kind of creepy, isn't it? But you and I, we were just talking about a lot of things, but you ended, I wanted to follow this line of thinking. You said people are looking for information. What do you mean exactly? I think you have a choice to make between coercion and informed consent. So I think our country, our country, was founded on this concept of informed consent. Newspapers are more important than government said Benjamin Franklin. Public opinion is everything said Abraham Lincoln. And I think right now we're so divided, which is I mean, what do we even agree on? What is the left even mean anymore? What is the right these ideas of division? So I'm trying to find moral consensus in journalism. I think journalism can provide a framework, real journalism. American muckraking because if you don't change hearts and minds and bring people together, you're going to have to use coercion

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'American Muckraker' James O'Keefe and Eric Discuss Big Ideas

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 3 months ago

'American Muckraker' James O'Keefe and Eric Discuss Big Ideas

"We have my guest James O'Keefe, founder of project veritas with us for the hour to continue our conversation from yesterday. The new book is American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. We're talking James about some big ideas. And I think I mentioned it yesterday that the real shock for me was when right before the 2020 election, everyone in the media declined to cover the Hunter Biden laptop story. There never was anything more that obviously needed covering by journalists. And that was the chilling moment for me. When I saw big tech allied with big journalism to say that we are going to not cover this and we even had it's really gross when you have members of the deep state signing a big letter calling it Russian disinformation. I mean, it's a level a diabolical level of gaslighting and lying that I thought that's the end of America. We have never been, we've made movies about that kind of evil. Mister Smith goes to Washington. Right. But to see it happening in our time, that's when I thought we've gone over the cliff. You've said it beautifully, speaking personally, my level of diabolical evil is when project veritas was banned on Twitter for quoting CNN. That was my whatever whatever is the modern version of woke is I've heard people say black pilled, red pilled, whatever pill. But the moment the event horizon that we crossed from me was when they banned me from Twitter for quoting the other guy. I was like, wow. Because I think it takes a little bit of naivete and innocence inside of a project veritas journalist to be doing this to begin with. And I want to say something else about this. I gave a speech in Merrick, New York, which is where I live in the yacht club last week to book launch event I had. And people were saying, well, it's over. Countries over, it's all over. There's no rights. It's like the hell it's over. It's over if you say it is. And if you manifest that, if you believe that, if was it negative prayer, if you want to just keep saying we have no rights. Negative confessions. I mean, confession. What you're saying right now is so big for me because you want to say to the people. It's over because of you because of what you just said and you're willingness to lie down in a fetal position under the couch when you should be

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James O'Keefe: People Still Fear the Terrifying Power of the Press

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:49 min | 3 months ago

James O'Keefe: People Still Fear the Terrifying Power of the Press

"We're living in a unique time, but I think people are still fear the terrifying and humiliating power of the press. And we ventured the age of what I call the oligarchy, which is a few companies Facebook, Instagram, Google, Twitter, control all dissemination of information. And even Instagram is incredibly powerful right now in the conservative movement. I mean, people don't want to lose their Twitter account. If they lose their Instagram account, they're basically blocked off from communicating. Yes, you can join these new things and there's so many of them. There's a new one truth social now, which is I guess Trump's social network. Yeah. And parler and get her. But those modes of communication only preach to a right-wing audience. So this is the key. And The New York Times did an article yesterday about this, and I forward it to my staff. And I said, read the whole, even though it's The New York Times. Do you really want to preach to the choir? Is that what you want? Now, if you're interested in monetization, if you want to make money, yeah, sure. Start a new starting new alternative to Twitter that's going to make 10 million a year. But these are $1 trillion companies. So we're entering the age of the oligarchy where I think a lot of people are afraid to lose their Instagram account. I've lost my Twitter account both of them. They had a million followers. Project veritas lost its Twitter account. For reporting on these issues for quoting a CNN control room director, they banned me. Why they didn't ban the CNN guy for saying what he said. Look, they banned me for quoting. I mean, just in the interest of time, I have to call these things what they are. This is evil, okay? This is unless you're an idiot or you don't even care about the concepts of good or evil. We understand that some people have power and they're using that power for evil ends. Let's just say for selfish ends, they know they can crush you and at some moment they crush you. It happened to us

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James O'Keefe Explains the Mission of Project Veritas

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 3 months ago

James O'Keefe Explains the Mission of Project Veritas

"So let's start here. You have a sense of humor. Your deadly serious about telling the truth about journalism, but at the heart of it all, there's a kind of an impish quality. Interesting impish. Impish. Nobody would say that about you, but I just did. I think our mission is veritas Latin for truth, veritas vos labr beat, which is Latin for the truth, shall set you free was the model of my college newspaper. The mission is where'd you go to college? Rutgers in New Jersey. And of course, where did workers get that from? Oh, oh, Jesus, the New Testament. Would that paper was the one I founded? It wasn't the daily targum, which was the daily newspaper. I found that my own little monthly newspaper called the centurion. So you were kicking it at the undergraduate level. Yes, that's where I got my star. People say, what got you started? I was in college and I read The New York Times every day, and I felt really contemptuous of media. I felt it wasn't representing reality accurately. So I started this newspaper, veritas liver beat. The truth shall set you free and our mission is really more of an artistic one. People think we're political. We're not really that political. Our stories might involve politics or political people, but it's one of revelation, revealing, exposing reality, exposing the truth, which is not a political mission. I think politics is about harming the other guy. That's not what we try to do. We try to expose the truth. And we believe there's only one reality. There's not multiple reality.

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"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

10:13 min | 5 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Okay. How are you hanging up, holding up with all this? I'm doing great. I have a great team, many of whom are here. I know you like to call them the entourage. They are football. Last time you gave me a hard time, you know? You like to give me a hard time some time. Someone has to do. I've known you for a long time. By the way, I'm going to trial against your neighborhood buddy bob Kramer in March. I know proximity doesn't always publicize your stuff. Thank you. And thank you for doing this. I'm just bob Kramer is a bad dude. We're going to trial. What's going on with him? That's Jan schakowsky husband, right? Going to federal jury trial March 9th in D.C., he sued me forget this. Breach of fiduciary duty for reporting on him, the issue before the court is whether I breached a fiduciary duty. It's so absurd. So who your donors are to your to him, what do you owe to him because these questions are rhetorical in nature and there's no answer to them. And we will win. And if we don't win, you're starting to sense a pattern. He's suing you for what? Reach a fiduciary donor to yours? No, no, no, no, no. He thinks that because our undercover people were recording him and his office and exposing what was going on four years ago, that we have a fiduciary duty to him. So he's suing me, somehow, which reasons we don't know. This got past summary judgment, maybe the judge didn't like me or something. And now we're going to trial. But I don't settle. And we're going to win, so that's in March. Everyone listening if journalists can get 6 a.m. raids. And I'm going to go through some of the facts so we actually didn't talk about the facts of it, right? So we got about ten minutes left. So Joe Biden's daughter goes to some sort of drug clinic, allegedly has a diary, and then it somehow falls into your lap. That's basic. Just so everyone knows the story. Is that right? A source came to us. Tips tipsters tipped us off to this and showed us this diary. You don't publish it. We made the decision not to publish it. Yeah. And so I suppose the most obvious question is they publish ProPublica published illegally leaked tax returns of the wealthiest people on the planet as long as they had nothing as long as ProPublica had nothing to do with the obtaining of the tax returns. It's their First Amendment right to publish that material. As unconscionable as it might be to you and I they have a right to do that. No, I mean, I'm not fighting that, but the same is there not an equal protection. That is precisely the issue at hand is equal protection under the law. Whether there's a quality before the law. And of course, this whole thing is falling apart. The issue before the court, there's a subpoena here that the FBI issued subpoena for documents and whatnot to you. They had issued such a subpoena. And before this warrant, I think it's concurrent to it. I'm not the lawyer, so I'm not, I don't want to speak out of turn because I don't know the technical issues, but subpoena concurrent to the warrant and we gave case they didn't find what they wanted. And we gave them a list of the things that they had asked for, but also we did not send the materials because we intend to fight that subpoena. As journalists, as any journalist would. And the issue before the court is going to be, of course, do we have the same protections as The New York Times, Charlie? And NBC News and ProPublica. And of course, to your point, those organizations are doing the bidding of big pharma. Do you know the CEO of Pfizer said days before the raid that he's working with the FBI on this information? That's what he said. And you did a story against Pfizer. I did a huge story on Pfizer. A story where the vice president of Pfizer was saying we're lying to the people. About the vaccine development about the vaccine development. And she said, don't tell the American people that we're using aborted fetal cells in the development of the vaccine, so I quote her, I quoted the woman. I didn't opine on it. It wasn't my opinion. It wasn't a queue conspiracy theory. It was her words. And then the CEO of Oz is we were working with an easy European guy. We are working with the FBI. I'm weird. Misinformation. We have FBI misinformation that dark groups obviously he's referring to project veritas. What other group is exposing Pfizer in this way? Do you think he ordered a hit on you? I'm not going to speculate. I'm going to give you facts. And the facts, the facts are that the CEO Pfizer pharmaceutical and the journalism establishment and the Department of Justice are all working together. And the only institution, I guess that is fighting back in this particular way via hidden cameras and exposes is veritas and you guys. And that's why I believe that we can not lose, both literally and figuratively. It is a paradox for us to lose, because if we lose, then everyone will see it for what it is. Just like James rison. Do you know that James rise and went all the way to the United States Supreme Court? They had a subpoena against. He's a journalist. And he said, and they said, we're going to put you in jail. I said, put me in jail. I'm ready to go to jail. He took it to the Court of Appeals to the United States and right at the last minute. Ryzen says, okay, put me in handcuffs. Where's the handcuffs? They withdrew the subpoena. It was a game of chicken. It's a game. It's a game of the will. What are you willing to endure for your principles? What are you willing to endure? And I say, I'm going to die on this hill because this is a right so fundamental. It goes back to Cicero. The right to repeat something someone tells you and you're gonna take that right away from me. Well, you know what? I've done nothing illegal. I've done everything ethical put me in handcuffs. That's my position. They might. They have multiple times. First in New Orleans, and we know how that ended. You won the lawsuit. Those U.S. attorneys were disbarred. They lost their law licenses. They were anonymously blogging about me online while they were prosecuting me in 2010. Names were Jim Latin and Sal periconi, and they eventually lost their law license if they were federal U.S. attorneys. They were he was the lead U.S. attorney in the southern district of Louisiana, eastern district Louisiana. And he got disbarred. After they came after me. So the truth always wins. It may take a while, but I believe the truth always comes out in the end. I really believe that. Veritas doing well, you guys have a lot of support after all this. We have a lot of support. And by the way, I have to thank you because I'm banned on Twitter because I quoted CNN and they didn't like that with that. Why do they always ban me for courting the other gun? Why aren't they banning the other guy for saying the deed in any event? You and Benny and Jack were see back and Candace Owens, but particularly you, you guys have been embedding our videos on Twitter. And thank you. I mean that. Distribution by proxy. You taught me that. Everyone's talking distribution by proxy. You were the source of that. Like years ago you said James, distribution by proxy. And then suddenly Alex Jones. Just a vision by proxy. So you just want the world on the wreck for the record, Charlie Kirk taught me distribution by Fox. That's when Twitter was fun, man. It was like for two years. It was a great place. Yeah. And now it's not project veritas dot com if they want to support you. You're a 501c3. Is that right? We're tax deductible, charity, and, you know, we have all these supporters that give dollar $5, like 80,000 people now. I think support us. And we appreciate that. And appreciate you having us here at this event to really put on quite a show. Yeah, you'd put on a great show. People want to see the O'Keefe show. You talk about that briefly. That was something. Thank you. That was like cats. It was like cats. It was like cats meets me. Dangerous minds meets Hamilton meets Charlie Kirk meets rob. Miss rob, it was a wild fan of the opera. It was a lot of genres and alier comes through. And this is, you know, as I said to you last time we sat down. I think I'm more of an artist than a political person. I'm more motivated by the artistic aspects of what I do. And no, justice is very much like art and journalism is art. So we're putting on this show, we're calling it the project veritas experience. Where is it going to be held? Miami, Florida, fountain blue, January 29th. And it's the first time we've ever done our own event. It coincides with the launch of my next book American muckraker. So the website is project veritas experience dot com, project veritas experience dot com. If you make a donation on that website, you'll get a ticket to go to the show of any size. I think it's like 250 bucks, something like that. We're trying to price it fair enough, but so we can break even on the cost. The production will be. It'll be you saw three X or four X there's gonna be like 12 to 15 X so the answer is awesome. People like Hamilton. It'll be it'll be like artistic. You came in all sorts of different. You came in like a jumpsuit. I don't know if you were the jump shooter now. I did. Yeah, you came in like a priest thing. Do you know why we chose the song OPP? I'm not going to say aloud what that abbreviation means from not even my nature. Because when I was in jail in New Orleans, people don't know this. I think you do, but your audience is so young. This was 11 years ago. They put me in jail, another thing that was falsely accused that I was exonerated for. And while I was in the New Orleans parish prison, all the jumpsuits said like OPP because it was New Orleans parish prisoners. I couldn't get that song out of my head when I was in jail. So that's why we decided that naughty by nature to be the soundtrack for that scene. Project veritas experience dot com. Yes, please go to that website and get your tickets to go to the show. Very good. James God bless you, man. Thanks for coming on. God bless. Thanks so much for listening to everybody email us your thoughts as always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. If you want to support our show, go to Charlie Kirk dot com slash support. Thank you so much for listening to everybody. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Of whether I'm a journalist. Game over. But you don't know how they got them memos. You just have suspicion. Well, I know for certain, I know for certain that there's only one way that Mike Schmidt of The New York Times could know the subject of a secret grand jury subpoena while I'm still in handcuffs. That means minutes. Yes, no, I get that one. The memos one is people familiar with the matter. Yes. People in the Department of Justice, the FBI, the Department of Justice, The New York Times are working with them. They're aligned with them. They're supposed to be journalists. They're proxies. We know that. Their proxies. Their proxies of the security. And it's not right. It's not right. No, it's not right, but it's not going to change anytime soon. You're helping change it. I should say. But the memo thing is a whole different level, because unless computers were hacked, and then, wait, that would be illegal, wouldn't it be? Yes. There's no way. This is the point. Is The New York Times publishing memos? Is illegal? Yes, and can I add one? Is that correct? They did. The First Amendment has its absolute. You can't publish attorney client privilege. I wouldn't do that. Period. Memos from a story. You can't do that. There are certain limits of the First Amendment. It's not absolute. And this is common sense journalism school 101, but Charlie. And then this week, they do another front page headpiece. They're upset. If it gives you any comfort, no one reads this question. They're doing voodoo doll. They do another piece. And then they say, because we reached out for comment to Joe Biden about the diary before we before we made the decision not to publish it. We wanted to do our due diligence and everything in our power to try to do the right thing. And then they try to interpret this as quote leverage. So Mike Schmidt says in an attempt to leverage, but Mike Schmidt of The New York Times edited out the other part of the emails we would like your comment or doing a story in good faith and then Rachel maddow this week said that we extorted President Biden by asking for comment. Extortion. You gonna sue her? Well, someone already did. And someone already did and the judge said, well, she's just an opinion person so it doesn't matter. They defend it in court as opinion. That's always their defense. It's just an opinion, your honor, but that's not how they present it. And one more thing, and then I'll start. The New York Times doesn't other hit piece, and they say, documents show how far the project veritas deceptive reporting tactics can go before running afoul of the federal law. What a way to word that document show how far they could go before running the file. Do you know another way to say that? We check with lawyers to make sure everything we did was legal. But do you see how they worded it? Yeah, of course. I know I read the same answer. They used language in a manipulative. They use innuendo and supposition to make some. It's almost like you have to twist it. You have to put it through a filter to understand what they're actually reporting. Do you regret not moving pair to us out of New York? Listen. This is an issue that divides a lot of people that work for me. And I am very conflicted about it, Charlie, because I am from the Hudson valley. I'm from Chicago. I got out for this exact reason. I know. But, but and there's something to be said for getting out, but I just want to give you both sides. I'm not a person who runs away from from the fight. I'm not a person who backs down cows down, runs away because maybe I reject the premise that this country is headed to a place where that's what we must do and maybe I'm a person who rather die on my feet than living my knees and they have a person who I'm fighting these battles with the New York State Supreme Court special masters in the southern district. I'm fighting in places where I'm fighting for principles in those places and I think it's my imperative to do so. So I'm conflicted and by the way, home is where the heart is. I grew up in Bergen county, New Jersey and rockland county, New York. So that's where I'm from. I hear you. It's just, it puts you in a in a different whole different legal world. You know that. NRA NRA went to the exact same thing. Right. And I get it, but I actually do think that veritas is so clean and so ethical that if they want to put me in jail for doing my job, I say let them..

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"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And The New York Times, oh, let me add another thing which you may know. The New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt within minutes of me taken out of handcuffs. Guess what he knew? He knew the subject of the search warrant. Yeah, of course he did. Now, now maybe his neighbors could have tipped off The New York Times. But how would he know the subjects of a grand jury subpoena? But then it gets worse. And then the other part of the thing I want to talk to you about, which might be the most grotesque thing. Okay. You know this is another violation of constitutional rights. How do The New York Times know the contents of your privileged memos? We don't know. It's a great question. While this all happened at the same time. So talk about that whole thing. Well, The New York Times got lawyer memos, some of these lawyer members pertain as to the very litigation that were involved in against the New York, in other words, you're suing The New York Times. Absolutely New York Times for defamation. In March of this year, we win a historic victory in that case. We win past what's called motion to dismiss in a defamation lawsuit, which is really hard to do. You have to prove what's called actual malice. I have to prove The New York Times lied about me. And you and I have talked about this before. This video we did about Minnesota. And New York Times called it deceptive and disinformation and misinformation and a judge in New York ruled that there was enough evidence for the lawsuit to proceed to discovery, which means I get to depose The New York Times under oath. I have nothing to hide in a deposition. Please do depose me. You'll find that I'm a pretty ethical guy who's trying to do the right thing. They have everything to hide. They do not want to be deposed. So the judge rules this, it was a big deal. And then, after the FBI raid, The New York Times becomes obsessed. I mean, obsessed. It's almost like they have a James O'Keeffe voodoo voodoo doll. They stick pins in, dean back pay up. They're sticking his pins in the James O'Keeffe doll. Every other day there's another big long, you know, front page thing. And The New York Times gets access to many of our attorney clients. The lawsuit or through the raid, they didn't get them through the lawsuit, then it had to be the raid, right? You have an entered discovery just quite yet. It has to be the raid. Charlie, I don't want to say how they got them. Because it was right after the raid. It was right after the raid. They published them after they and what's even more extraordinary. This is like something out of science fiction, movie, whatever. That same judge, which granted the permission to magistrate? No, no. A different judge involved in The New York Times defamation lawsuit, a New York Supreme Court state judge, then orders The New York Times to stop publishing these attorney client privilege memos, which is the first time The New York Times has been stopped from doing something in like 50 years. So this is happening. And this is all happening. Can you sue them for the memo thing? Well, we are suing them, and I went to a hearing. But you're suing them for the defamation. So yes, we go back into court, which is we're in the middle of the litigation, so we the judge orders us to appear. This is a couple weeks ago, the day before Thanksgiving or something like that. And the judge looks at The New York Times lawyer. And I'm in a courtroom. This is you have to understand how surreal the circumstances are. There's The New York Times lawyers and me and I'm assuming them and we're all like physically together. I'm in a courtroom in New York State of all places. In Manhattan. In Westchester county, White Plains, new yorks, the Supreme Court of the state of New York and the judges up there looking at The New York Times lawyer and the judge says you're both media companies. Project veritas, he's calling us the media company. And then you get fact pattern and The New York Times lawyer starts talking and the judge goes, that'd be the first time you quoted me accurately counselor. So the judge was pissed that The New York Times was mischaracterizing his order as against the First Amendment. Okay, Charlie, this is what we do at project veritas. We fight them everywhere. We fight them everywhere, and this is why we can't lose. It's a paradox for project veritas to lose on any of these issues because if I lose Charlie, listen, if I lose on the issue of whether I'm a journalist in federal court, then it'll go to the second circuit Court of Appeals. And the issue before your honor is whether I'm a journalist. And if I lose that, it'll go to the United States Supreme Court. And if I lose on the issue,.

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"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"The FBI snatches your phone out of your hand. Yeah, what happens after that? They take the phone. Finally, you're gonna behave yourself, et cetera I'm paraphrasing these agents. There were about ten or 12 of them all wearing masks. Westchester county, they had a vest on. It said FBI jackets FBI. It kind of looks like one of those people. 30s and 40s mostly. And finally, you know, they do this search my home for two hours. I have a two bedroom apartment. And they would move me into the one room and search the other room so I couldn't see what they were doing. Is that legal? I don't know. Charlie, this whole thing, this whole thing is illegal. The whole premise is illegal. The attorney general of the United States Merrick Garland put out a memo in July, explicitly prohibiting these search warrants against the press. The New York Times Michael Schmidt, who's been writing articles about us every week, even he said, this is a really aggressive move for the FBI to execute a search warrant against the media company is the most aggressive thing they could possibly do. And there are laws against it. And so he's not a journalist. Well, the privacy protection act doesn't make a distinction whether you're considered a journalist or not. You can't do this. So this happens, and finally, I'm sitting on my bed, they've searched the whole place for two hours taking stuff. And they make me sign the document. Only my phones left my iPad on my laptop. Very unusual. And finally, that the lead agent is the shorter guy with the scruffy beard. I think his name is Tony. He looks at me and he says, mister O'Keefe, do you have any questions? And I'm sitting there. I guess I'm in a state of what might be considered shock. Not yet fully in shock, just like this is like a dream sequence. I'm still dreaming. I'm still asleep in my bed at this. I can not believe that I'm going through this. And there's like a couple agents hovering over me the whole time. And this lead agent Tony says you have any questions. And I almost said this Charlie, I did not say this because experience has taught me, don't speak to federal agents without an attorney present. But I almost looked right into his I looked right into this guy's eyes. I guess he could hear me say it even though I didn't mouth the words. And I said, you ever raid a reporter song before Tony? But I did not say those words. And I actually believe that half the people in my apartment, these FBI agents, maybe maybe half of them were actually fans of project veritas. And maybe they're being told what to do. Maybe they even they go, what are we doing? What is this country coming

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"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"James O'Keeffe. How you doing, man? Great to be with you. I mentioned you quite often on our show. Thank you. I don't think you want to be as mentioned as much as I mentioned, though. Because I'm mentioning you for things I think you want to be mentioned for, even though you did nothing wrong. That's right. So we have a lot to talk about and I'm curious about. So let's start with kind of just this recent development, FBI shows up on Friday night to your journalist homes. Saturday morning to your home is that right? They show up on Thursday, November 3rd, to our reporter homes and then on Saturday morning at 6 a.m. to my apartment. And what were they looking for? Well, they had a search warrant for my cell phone. A magistrate judge had signed a search warrant. And they were looking for the phone that I had only the cell phones. Nothing more. And they came to my home at 6 a.m. I sort of came to at 6 a.m. I heard I heard it a very heavy pounding knock and at my first thought was I just sort of not very much of a morning person, but it occurred to me okay the authorities must be at my door. And the first thought that occurred to me was how long have they been pounding on my door before they break it down? Because they give you a courtesy knock and then they're going to use the battering ram. So I sort of ran through the apartment to my front door. It's pitch black. And then I go to open the door and then I sort of think, well, this is kind of a dangerous, scary moment, because if I swing the door open, are they going to shoot me? I don't know what's going on. So I opened the door and there's ten, ten or 12, federal agents in blue, jackets, with big white lights, kind of the ones that are shining on me, so I can't really see them fully. They're shining the lights. There's white lights. They're shining white lights in my face. My colleague Spencer told me that he looked through the keyhole and they cover up the keyhole, so you can't even see who it actually

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"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Harry from North Dakota has emailed me Charlie, what is going on with project veritas. It's all very confusing and scary thanks so much. Probably listening on the wonderful flag, radio network. What's happening with project veritas and James O'Keefe is an unprecedented story happening in real time. There's a lot of details to this story. But first, let's introduce the actors, of course, James O'Keefe, and project veritas, both of which have been regular guests on the show. James O'Keeffe is a journalist and has had numerous stories throughout the years of whether it be unveiling voter fraud, whether it be going after the pharmaceutical companies, which I think is really what irritated them lately. Pfizer, AstraZeneca, whether it be going after the voter fraud apparatus, all these sorts of things, James O'Keeffe is an undercover journalist at project veritas. And last week, project veritas journalist got a knock on the door. And on the other side were FBI agents with battering rams, like the SS that stormed into project veritas journalist homes, but it did not stop there. The next morning, on Saturday morning, again, early at James O'Keeffe's home, they raided James so keeps home all in search of a diary. That would at most constitute petty theft. So why is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, knocking down doors and putting people in handcuffs and confiscating devices all for a diary that was questionable of its efficacy in the first place that James O'Keeffe never actually even ran. He never ran the story, he could not verify its authenticity and therefore James O'Keefe. Did not run with it in any way, shape or form. And so this begs a lot of different questions. And the first one that we need to kind of walk through is who's going to hold the FBI accountable when they start knocking down doors of journalists that they don't like? We have another question of Ryan here from Arizona, Charlie, who's going to cross examine the FBI. The answer is currently no one. And quite honestly it seems as if the Republicans in Congress are more interested in passing infrastructure packages than asking why Joe Biden's secret police are going after journalists they don't like. Play cut 20 Fox report on the FBI investigation of project veritas and how the diary that apparently belongs to Joe Biden's daughter, play cut 20. On Friday, O'Keeffe acknowledge project veritas is under investigation by the Justice Department over the apparent theft of a diary reportedly belonging to Ashley Biden. President Biden's daughter. Just days before the 2020 presidential election, pages from the diary were published by a right wing website, which reportedly has ties to O'Keeffe. The site claims, it received the diary from project veritas. O'Keeffe says a copy of the diary was leaked to project veritas by a whistleblower, but they chose not to publish it because they could not verify it's authenticity. Now we've gone through in great detail, The New York Times published Trump's tax returns against U.S. federal law. Paid whether it be The Pentagon papers or the Panama papers, there are numerous examples of journalists publishing classified in illegal material and not going to jail for it. Journalists are always carved out with First Amendment exemptions. But not James O'Keeffe. And the story gets even stranger and creepier and in a way and more dangerous and more urgent. But first, let's play cut 39. James O'Keefe on the great Sean Hannity's program talking about how the FBI is raiding his, and other project veritas journalists. So basically, Joe Biden gets the deploy his secret police, the FBI, otherwise known as the SS right now, which pains me to say because there are so many good members of the FBI in the boots, not in the suits that go knock on doors in the southern district of New York. To then go after James O'Keeffe because they don't like his politics and he unveiled stories that they don't appreciate. Play cut 36. By making this statement, I am putting myself at great risk because on November 4th, project veritas came under attack. I woke to the news that apartments and homes of project veritas journalists or former journalists had been raided by FBI agents. It appears the southern district of New York now has journalists in their sites for the supposed crime of doing their jobs lawfully and honestly, or at least this journalist. But it gets even stranger than that. So then The New York Times writes an article about 12 hours ago, 12 to 19 hours ago. Where The New York Times wrote this article, project veritas and the line between journalism and political spying. Now that I don't know what The New York Times was thinking of writing this article, this article is by Adam Goldman and Mark mason. But in the third paragraph of this piece for The New York Times, The New York Times writes the following. Project veritas has long occupied a gray area between investigative journalism and political spying. An internal documents obtained by The New York Times reveal the extent to which the group has worked with lawyers to gauge how far its deceptive reporting practices can go before running a file of federal laws. The documents, a series of memos written by the group's lawyer, details ways for project veritas sting operations would typically diverge from standard journalistic practices by employing people who rep mask the real identity. Told not a second. They're looking at private confidential and privileged memos. How did they get them? How did The New York Times get their hands on class on confidential and privileged attorney client communications? A sacred element of the American justice system? How did The New York Times get their hands on attorney client privilege material? Is it legal for The New York Times to get their hands on attorney client privileged material? Now mind you the same thing we saw in the Kyle rittenhouse story, where they are going after the Fifth Amendment rights at Kyle rittenhouse, and the judge decided to defend the constitution, The New York Times is now going after another core component of the American judicial order and tradition. Attorney client privilege. And what's the big bombshell? The New York Times says that project veritas asks their lawyers if it's legal, the stories they're going to run. That's it. But instead The New York Times, I think unintentionally revealed that they are getting information from some unseemly sources. Now we're going to play cut one 33 of har meet Dillon, whose project veritas lawyer, but before we play that, I want you to understand that the FBI and Department of Justice, they confiscated James O'Keeffe's phones. They were up there uploading James O'Keefe's data to some sort of database at the F, a judge just intervened. And said they're not allowed to do that. And then strangely The New York Times all of a sudden has privileged and confidential memos if your conversations.

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"project veritas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:28 min | 6 months ago

"project veritas" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Red state does a very good job Somebody uses the acronym banshee of explaining what the FBI has done the project veritas and more specifically to James O'Keefe and it is another disgrace It's yet another example What's happening to this country The FBI raid a project veritas turns into a massive scandal they write after privileged communications are leaked Project veritas has found itself in the crosshairs of the FBI That began with a raid on the homes of several of its journalists under the guise of looking for Ashley Biden's diary Apparently a stolen diary is now in the purview of federal authorities Will there be investigating the stealing of bicycles next But what was so disturbing besides the raids happening was how quickly The New York Times knew about them While O'Keefe was asked by the FBI to keep quiet The New York Times knew within hours pointing to a leaker within the FBI Quote but while the Department of Justice requested us to not discuss the existence of the subpoena something very unusual happened within an hour of one of our reporters homes being secretly raided by the FBI This is project veritas The New York Times who we are currently suing for defamation Contacted project veritas reporter for comment We don't know how The New York Times was aware of the execution of a search warrant and report his home or the subject matter of the search warrant as the grand jury investigation is secret But was leaked by the FBI It was leaked by the FBI to The New York Times To The New York Times days later O'Keefe would have his home rated and sure enough the times once again knew about it before anyone else Are you noticing a pattern Because it's about to become an obvious as obvious as a neon sign Two days ago a court ordered the FBI to stop extracting data from James O'Keeffe's phones Which apparently been seized Again all of this is being done under the allegation that a diary was stolen But then it wasn't stolen by James O'Keefe for his reporters or project veritas if it was stolen at all by the way But then last night things boiled over into outright scandal The New York Times suddenly started publishing privileged communications Privileged communications Between project veritas and its legal team Those messages apparently came from one of O'Keeffe's phones From one of O'Keeffe's phones You read that right Project veritas has recently sued by the way The New York Times over an unrelated matter Now the time since project veritas privileged communications They reveal their legal strategies Given the circumstances there could only be one logical source for that information The FBI Liz Wheeler a very sharp lawyer She tweeted out project veritas sues The New York Times the FBI raids O'Keeffe's home The New York Times knows about the rate immediately The FBI steals keeps reporters notes The New York Times publishes what is an ode square She says this is nuts The FBI is leaking O'Keeffe's privileged information to The New York Times It's scandalous folks They're nothing is really surprising anyone when dealing with the FBI these days It appears that a major newspaper has colluded with the federal government to target an investigative reporting outlet Of course there's still more dots to connect but it's there And if it's there some other explanation I'm not seeing it they right The pretense of the original rate simply made no sense Really a diary In The New York Times has been getting leaks from the bureau every step of the way in order to target project veritas You know The New York Times would survive very very well in a one newspaper state There was a mouthpiece for a Marxist regime If this is in a coordinated political hit job on a journalistic organization then what is it So many lines have now been crossed that it's hard to keep up with them all Worse what can project veritas even do about it The Biden run Department of Justice is not going to investigate these leaks and the damage has already been done That's my point with respect to Bannon and Trump and Meadows and all There's nowhere to go The times now has possession of these privileged communications Even as they're being sued by project veritas Think about how absurd that is Let this serve as another example of why the FBI doesn't need to just be reprimanded but that it needs to be disbanded And I've come to that conclusion too We need a new organization built from the bottom up The FBI needs to be eliminated Because in too many ways it's not become a domestic Surveillance And arm of the big government central government Only for the Democrats by the way Only for the Democrats by the way the Democrats you notice never talk about due process anymore or civil liberties anymore Less of course you're a terrorist or a mass murder or you're a BLM burning down buildings The FBI simply can not be trusted to uphold the rights of American citizens any longer A reality that is borne out by its own politicized actions And that is exactly true And that is where we are today In Liz Cheney.

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"project veritas" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"project veritas" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"UPS an independent person observing what bulshit goes on in this country for the justice system the way it works is dead. So Mar said the Omar operatives request the ballots in order to fill them out for voters. I mean that ought to tell you something right there the Hennepin I believe I'm saying that correctly Hennepin County Dodge Journey. Jeff will will chowski I believe I'm pronouncing his name correctly the attorney Jeff wojciechowski recently told project Veritas that what Jamal has done is off Google and that the county will be investigating. Well, we know how that's going to go folks. I'm going to tell you exactly how it's going to go Minnesota now is a democrat-controlled state. They used to be neutral for the most part. They used to be a purple state so they could go either way. They're they're all blue now. So what happens is because you have a Democrat investigating a Democrat. I can't log That's going to go that's going to go right in the fucking trash. Nobody is going to investigate this woman. Nobody is going to investigate her. Nobody is going to investigate her campaign manager Jamal. Nobody could investigate your hand Omar. It ain't gonna go shit. I like how all these people are constantly constantly saying. Oh, well this person is going to do this and this person's going to get it wait till this month until that person your full of shit. Nothing's going to happen. It's just the appearance for you dumb people out there that something's going to happen, especially with this case or with a rep Rashida to leave over in Detroit. She's got a lot of problems too. That's my own home state of Michigan should never be prosecuted again because she's got a big name and again and having being a Muslim also helps when you're a minority when you're a Muslim that's going to you're going to start whining like she's doing the same thing just like ilhan Omar always a chronic Winder, Georgia. Needs a a diaper lie because both the women are full of shit. I can tell you that right now. They need a diaper. They whine about everything equal rights this equal that way Jews. We hate this we had that it's like go back to your fucking country. Don't even stay here. We don't want you here. Anyway, go home go home. Where you belong you got so much shit you come over to this country. It's not even funny then you'll yell and scream at how bad it is here in America get the fuck out of this country..

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"project veritas" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"project veritas" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"I'm saying that as an independent. UPS an independent person observing what bulshit goes on in this country for the justice system the way it works is dead. So Mark said the Omar operatives request the ballots in order to fill them out for voters. I mean that ought to tell you something right there the Hennepin I believe I'm saying that correctly Hennepin County Dodge Journey. Jeff will well chowski. I believe pronouncing his name correctly the attorney Jeff wojciechowski recently told project Veritas that what Jamal has done is off Google and that the county will be investigating. Well, we know how that's going to go folks. I'm going to tell you exactly how it's going to go Minnesota now is a democrat-controlled state. They used to be neutral for the most part. They used to be a purple state so they could go either way. They're they're all blue now. So what happens is because you have a Democrat investigating a Democrat. I can't log That's going to go that's going to right in the fucking trash. Nobody is going to investigate this woman. Nobody is going to investigate her. Nobody is going to investigate her campaign manager Jamal. Nobody would investigate your hand Omar. It ain't going to go shit. I like how all these people are constantly constantly saying. Oh, well this person is going to do this and person's going to get it wait till this month until that person your full of shit. Nothing's going to happen. It's just the appearance for you young people out there that something's going to happen, especially with this case or with a song Rashida to leave over in Detroit. She's got a lot of problems too. That's my own home state of Michigan. She'll never be prosecuted again because she's got a big name and again and be having being a Muslim also helps when you're a minority when you're a Muslim that's going to you're going start whining like she's doing the same thing just like ilhan Omar always a chronic Winder, Georgia. Needs a a diaper why because both the women are full of shit. I can tell you that right now. They need a diaper. They whine about everything equal rights equal this that way Jews. We hate this we had that it's like go back to your fucking country. Don't even stay here. We don't want you here. Anyway, go home go home. Where you belong you got so much shit. You come over to this country. It's not even funny then you'll yell and scream at how bad it is here in America get the fuck out of this country..

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"project veritas" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"project veritas" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"Ilhan Omar is a criminal ballot Harvester trying to steal election. Okay, let's get into that and break it down for you. Okay the arm. Starts out another installment of project Veritas truth Series has been released this one exposing ilhan Omar the Democrat from Minnesota as a wage ballot harvesting crook undercover footage captures illustrations by James O'Keefe James O'Keefe as you folks know he runs project Veritas these very good reporter very good undercover reporter and people usually when they get caught by project Veritas to get caught with their hands and the cookie jar, there's nothing you can do. You can't really a lot of James's work over the years is very very good and when they're caught my project Veritas, you know, the the lights are out the game's over so okay enough said here. Let me get back to the article undercover footage captured by James O'Keefe wage. Which political allies and Associates of ilhan Omar apparently admitting that they use ballot harvesting to steal elections money is King Wok in everything one ballot Harvester captured on tape boasted further admitting that he has helped into illegally Harvest hundreds of twenty-twenty absentee ballots. Numbers do not lie. These are all absentee ballots. My car is full. Then it goes on to say a lie. I see Gainey if I'm not butchering the name too bad Omar's campaign manager is now released as 1,000 other key players and Omar Mallet harvesting scheme as a man in Lebanon or excuse me, a man named Limon Mohammed who was all she caught harvesting balance to help his brother win a ward six city council race and Minneapolis on August eleventh special election the same day. The primer is held for Omar's Minnesota of 5th congressional seat. All these Jamal Olsen and Muhammad boasted about a copy of harvested ballots. He obtained we got 300 today and for Jamal Osman only amazingly Mohammad dead. Boasted, excuse me, Mohammed posted on a video series on Snapchat that he publicly posted on July 1st and July 2nd, so, excuse me. Ilham Omar folks for those people is a radical Muslim and somebody will say well, there you go. There you go Shockwave news. You're here. start your starting to raise the scrap. No, I'm not. Muslims if you read the Koran And the Koran plainly states and Muslims know this if they're all a bit honest with themselves and other people they know that that's their job to deceive the Infidel. The Infidel is the the non-believer of Muhammad the non-believer of Allah. Okay, Mohammad Islam prophethood Allah is the god that that the Muslims worship, okay..

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"project veritas" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"project veritas" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Pretty much the opposite of everything. Last week, our friends at Project Veritas on then, of course, is their CEO and founder. That would be James O'Keefe has now taken a course to the A case of the courts. As it relates to Ah socialist utopia, No NAS, Oregon, and they made a First Amendment history when they in the state of Massachusetts. Yeah, they're doing it in Oregon, and they're suing the state of Oregon tomorrow to remove the unconstitutional law criminalizing the kind of corruption exposing journalism. Which is critical. That was freedom of the press, isn't it? Especially right now, because Oregon is now standing at odds with the majority of states in the country, and with decades of Supreme Court rulings, they're challenging. The Oregon's undercover journalism ban that's found in specifically section 1 65 5 40, which names the local district attorney and Ah, and others. As two of the defendants anyway, here to explain the suit because it's critical. Is James O'Keefe himself, sir. How are you? I'm interested in what this is about, because you won the last time. Thank you, Sean. I'm actually in Portland right now. Outside. Okay, you press conference. Side. There's antifa. Ah, I'm actually in a car right now. But there's antifa that surrounded us and we filed a lawsuit here in Portland to overturn the thie anti recording law. It's prohibited for us to use hidden cameras into the state of Oregon. Of course, that's what we D'oh In order to expose these people. They can't know that they're being recorded. So Oregon has a law that says you have to inform someone. If you're going to record them. We think that's unconstitutional. So this morning We fought a lawsuit in Portland, Oregon, actually walked into the courthouse U S. Marshall. Let us in on. We sued the district attorney here, Michael Schmidt. And Shawn. We did successfully overturned the Massachusetts law, and now we can work there. So we've developed on a role with all these losses that we went. And we think this is a no brainer that Oregon should allow Project Veritas to go into these riots and protests undercover. Record and teeth and that's why we're here, and we think we're going to be successful. Sounds like a great suit. Okay? What's the process? How long does it take? Anything in the courts seems to go on in perpetuity. Don't Well, it took us about 33 years in Massachusetts. Andi were we were very successful. I mean, it took us so it took us a while. I actually sued the FBI, Shawn. Ah two weeks ago because they put me on an illicit felons list and that was adjudicated in one week. So we think this is an open shut case. We think that there are 12 states or so that That make it so that you you cannot record someone unless there's an expectation of privacy on we think these laws basically indemnified the guilty, eh? They're set up to protect fraud and corruption. So we took us three years in in. Ah, in Massachusetts. We're doing this in Oregon or are we also intend to do it in Maryland? We, you know, maybe it'll go to the Supreme Court. But But we think that undercover journalism right now is really, really important. Sean what we got investigators in different states, exposing ballot harvesting and voter fraud, riots, violence. I mean, there's no there's no such thing as the press anymore. So project one of the only organizations in the country actually trying to find out what's going on. We just can't work in the state of Oregon. And the process is we filed this complaint Sue the district attorney, and he's going to go through a process for a year. Itude ID to get this overturned. Yeah, well, look, keep us up to date. I just wanted to mention that this is happening. This this hopefully will become another landmark case, because you know, it's amazing when the media mob when they print all the false information, they're false undercover, You know, work is exposed. No problem. Project Veritas does it, boys, You know an army of lawyers, and you haven't lost a case yet, By my count, have you? Project. Veritas has not lost the lawsuit. We've won eight straight losses. In fact, most recently, people that sued us for recording them they haven't had to pay us. Ah, $100,000 in fees because the truth is Sean, Like what we stand for so fundamental, just first in that ability to ability to record someone when you're in a conversation with them is so fundamentally tied your ability to speak. Did, too. Did the first Amendment here it goes back to the principles of the American founding. And even before that, Cicero about the ability to tell people what you see. And in Massachusetts that was considered such a fundamental human right the federal jet that much and they shall We got some big story's coming out in early September, the president says. There's evidence of male and fraud, ballot harvesting. We've got the evidence what we're gathering that evidence, and it's because of hidden camera. In places like North Carolina in Minnesota. And these other places that were operating so day two in America because Veritas tips that proton mail dot com Veritas tips that Proton mail if you are an inside whistleblower, you wantto Get equipped. We are going to help you tell these stories because there's no one else will tell them. All right, James. Okay. Thanks so much. Thanks for keeping us updated. Good luck. And you're in Portland. I'd stay very safe. I hope you have a lot of people around you. Is getting a little nuts out there every second of the day. All right. Thank you. 809 For one. Sean RNC starts Justice Hannity goes on the air. Nine Eastern. We've got great things planned for the rest of the week. That's all I can say. Right now. I wish I could say more. I can't All right, let's go to the ever important swing state of Florida, which is critical in 71 days. It's always critical on election Day. And Jim is standing by. Jim Hi. How are you? We're glad you called. Hi, Shaan. There's Jim Hey, of You know, the thing is I'll go back four years ago and ah,.

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"project veritas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"project veritas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"At project veritas they are back yesterday the first in what will be a series of one of their members going under cover and becoming a part of antifa now designated a domestic terrorist organization but they've been able to infiltrate this group for this radical group we talked yesterday about I mean it's like this clandestine covert ops type of of of organization where they get their money from how much money they have we don't know but we got into a little bit of what it is that their philosophy is and what they're what they're all about because we do believe the Attorney General is set and other warm are all lawmakers of senators well that does a lot of what we see in terms of the violence in the cities all across the country it's quite organized trace Gallagher over the fox news channel describing the positioning the staging of bricks in certain areas where they expect is going to be confrontations with the police we've seen a lot of police injured then you also have other groups have black lives matter as we've been talking about as well but in the case of antifa or as some say at the far it Daryl James o'keefe's group they've now gone deeper and you know my knowledge of martial arts again I'm a student of the arts I've been a student for seven years I I use it a collective blend of arts krav maga Campo Brazilian jujitsu boxing situational street fighting that would be sticks knives guns etcetera you know just real combat of its defense measures for me and also a great workout but you can hear it as I'm listening to this I'm thinking okay whoever is teaching these techniques does have a foundational knowledge of real street fighting to do to not only damage but potentially even kill and I'll tell you what I made the first tape you're going to hear R. is a person talking about quote combat training using kidney punches that's a very strategic punch targeted punch somebody's kidney and if you hit it the right way in the right spot and you know what you're doing you can cause a lot of damage then they're talking about it we've heard a lot about chokes if I put you in what's called the rear naked choke in other words I would slide one of my arms in and around the neck where where the my forearm bone if you will on the side is literally for pressing down into the carotid arteries on both side the left or right side then you wrap it around the person's shoulders and you put it your other hand pretty much holding it in place and a person cannot get out of that hold of you have any level of strength at all and they describe that now that's pull choking somebody out if you really get in there and you know how to do a rear naked choke that person can die that's why I kept saying with the video as relates to George Floyd that the pressure on the neck of the most vulnerable part of the human Aman anatomy means something anyway listen this is not now part two James o'keefe project veritas.

"project veritas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"project veritas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Spoke with james o'keefe project veritas he has this is a bombshell what he discovered a year and a half in the making evidence admitted evidence from a high ranking google employees that they are colluding With Democrats to shape, the outcome of the twenty twenty election. She admits it that they're not going to have another Trump situation. Like we haven't 2016. Here's real collusion. this is real obstruction this is google they're going to do this with their search algorithms and any number of other things to diminish conservative presents conservative search answers that are that are positive in nature and by the same token there going to promote as much as they can democrat issues and the eventual democrat nominee and so he releases the video couple days ago and the person he caught in the in the secret videos are no no no that i was just i was just as conversation it doesn't mean anything and then she pulled down her accounts and They also own YouTube. So they pulled the video, they pulled the O'Keefe video off of YouTube when it was in the process of skyrocketing to a million views, they pulled it down after fifty thousand. pure unadulterated censorship so i talked to keep about it yesterday and i've got i'm going to play some of the highlights of the interview it's it's for the next issue of the limbaugh letter and he tweeted out after the interview yesterday said this is the greatest indictment of u._s. journalism in generation tech sources oh this is key he whistle blowers got onto this because there are a couple of people at least a couple inside google who called him Secretly got hold of him and said, look, there's some really bad stuff going on here. They're trying to affect the election. They're trying to screw the republic's real collusion Google. And of course, they had over one hundred meetings in the Obama White House during the Obama administration maybe even more than that. and he said he found it fascinating these whistle blowers didn't call the washington post they didn't call the new york times they didn't call sixty minutes They don't trust the whistle blowers at Google. Don't trust the drive by media. They called O'Keefe Project Veritas, which is fine with him. but he's sitting there thinking after this expose the drive bys half to pick it up and i kind of told him yesterday that's never gonna happen the drive bys are not media they are now advocates and activists for the left there's no difference in them and google so his tweet the greatest indictment of u._s. journalism and a generation tech sources distrusted the drive by media came to me project veritas google responded twice congress holding hearings youtube parent company google took down our report as it was lighting up the internet and there's not a single american mainstream media journalists who has been assigned to the story of course not he was kind of expecting that somebody in the drive bys glomma books i didn't tell him this but if there wasn't one journalist who saw the story in this fake news trump collusion with russia story then no journalist is going to see anything to see here i got take a break folks but we got a great trumpet of your with maria rama we're going to intersperse topic wise with things today trump great speech going on just finished it the faith and values coalition so we got a lot to do day stick with go anywhere marika's anchorman rush.

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"project veritas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:45 min | 3 years ago

"project veritas" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Over the last twenty years. A few homeless guys to do crazy. Also taken in for dinner also made our town, and it's an shower and I put them in a program and I've done that. But the reality is. A lot of impatient in. Let for union. He'll do. You want rocking. Done in Arkansas, the first call is the head of the AFL CIO down because he will say. I will say, I need a guy named find that guy. And that guy will be like, yeah. The stuff that has come to us information that has come to us corruption exposed that we never would have known about. But for Project Veritas, James O'Keefe, he's the CEO and founder Project Veritas and think back all the years all the heat all the lawsuits all the accusations. You know everybody forgets. Sixty minutes made their living doing this kind of journalism, you know where they would just go in and be taping people. Nobody newly were taping people Mike Wallace did that for years as the other sixty minutes, original host back in the day, now it's a conservative, that doesn't everybody's angry of huge development as it relates to Project, Veritas, considering all the heat that they take to show the corruption and hypocrisy of so many on the left anyway. A federal judge Wednesday through a libel lawsuit last week. Obviously against Project Veritas, and James O'Keefe a woman who was assaulted outside at twenty sixteen Trump rally filed the suit over how Project Veritas depicted in a video the events surrounding her assault, and the judge who was first appointed by former President George W Bush ruled that the video was protected under the first amendment, according to the Asheville citizen times North Carolina. Now, while the internet has broadened the number of variety and available voices in the marketplace of ideas. It has also served to undermine the public's confidence in the veracity of these sources. That's the judge according to the Washington Post when they sighted, a court transcript that fine line has to be walked. And I think that walking that fine line required this court to take a close. Look at what our issues really are for the court, and what issues are really for this jury, and the judges if I've gotten it. Wrong in the fourth circuit says that this is not what the law is. I hesitate to think with the first amendment is going in this country. Now this raises the important issue of the charges against Julian Assange. If you go back to the historic Pentagon, papers case, I'll give you a very short synopsis that won't bring in James O'Keefe here. The Pentagon papers has to do with the history and role of the United States in Vietnam. And literally from from World War, Two until nineteen sixty eight that's what they're looking at. They were commissioned in nineteen sixty seven by the US secretary of defense of the name of you probably have heard Robert McNamara. They were turned over without authorizations. In other words, internal review report that was supposed to be secret, but they were turned over to the New York Times and later, even the Washington Post got involved in this. And by guy by the name of Daniel. Ellsberg is a senior researcher, he was at MIT. Anyway, the forty seven volume history at had approximately three thousand pages of narrative four thousand pages of, of documents took eighteen months to complete Ellsberg worked on the project had been an ardent early supporter of the US role in Indo China, but by the projects, and he had become seriously opposed to any US moment. He felt compelled to reveal the nature of US participation any leaked major portions of the papers to the press. Now, this is where it gets. Interesting on June thirteenth nineteen seventy one the New York Times starts publishing a series of articles based on that study that was top secret classified, top secret by the federal government after the third run that third installment appeared in the New York Times, the department of Justice obtained a US district court temporary restraining order against for the publication of classified material contending that. Further the public dissemination of this information would cause immediate irreparable harm to US national defense interest, but by the way, that's always a balancing act that has to be taken into account and taking seriously sources methods lives, potentially at stake anyway. So the Pentagon papers revealed for example, Harry Truman, gave military aid to France and their colonial war against the communist led, you know, dictatorships around the world. Long story short, this became a huge defining case and what the court said, just to give you a quick summary here and it became as long as the New York Times, or the Washington Post was not involved in getting the information illegally. They had the right to publish it. Fast forward, Julian Assange, half forward Project Veritas fast forward is rolling and what it means is that unless they can show, the Julian Assange was involved somehow some way in obtaining, the things that WikiLeaks published that would have been legal. It's perfectly protected constitute constitutionally and help held by the supreme court. This is why this case, last Wednesday with Project Veritas to me coupled with the Assange issue is very important. Now if. In other words, if you're not involved in the crime, the criminal aspect of gathering that information, but you're given that information and you work in the press, do you support the media's right to print it. Now. I have my own personal standard, which would be and I remember asking way back Assange this question. If you would you publish something knowing you might get somebody killed that you might reveal sources methods that put people's lives in jeopardy. I if I recall, he said, no. And that brings us to of course, James O'Keefe. How are you? He would say, all right? Let's talk about your case in particular because I do believe that these cases now we're getting to a point will really going to have to define these issues both the dangers and the freedoms that are inherent for everyone in the media in the press showing there is a war, waged on the first amendment by some of the people opposed to me, if I was the New York Times, we'll let me put this women to quote the federal judge. This is an article three appointed for life federal judge in federal district court, North Carolina teeter versus Project Veritas, and the judge actually said in this motion to dismiss this case, he dismissed on what's called the directed verdict, which is very rare. That's right before the jury issues verdict. The federal judge throws the case in a garbage can. And the federal judge said if this case was brought against Mike Wallis. How could somebody really have been successful, people laughed? The judge said here, so it's because of who I am. They dropped us against the they would never bring a case like this against the New York Times, or CBS news now. The facts in the case, where I quoted Scott full the man you heard about five ten minutes ago on tape, claiming credit, his words, not mine that this woman named Peter was one of his so called the Byrd doger's his words, and it was newsworthy claim credit for that woman. He said that she was inciting the violence at his rallies. He took credit for a lot of things I published his words and he teeter, the woman sued for defamation and the federal judge gives us. Unbelievable ruling, and it's it's twenty pages long. And he he's talking about Mike Wallace. He's talking about taking a sharpie marker to the first amendment, and he throws the case out right before is four goes to the jury for a verdict. It was an extraordinary. Wanna read what the judge said here because this is really important. I think if I got this wrong, I'd certainly like for somebody to tell me. That I got it wrong. I have a little bit of hesitation in saying that, that this time because of I've gotten this wrong wrong, the fourth circuit says that this is not what the law is. I hesitate to think where the first amendment is going in this country. Wow. That was powerful. He the judge is saying there because this is a directed verdict. Very rare, the other side of it to the fourth circuit, which is one step above him. And he, and he knows they're going to look at his so called homework and he says, if they return, reverse my decision on this, I hesitate to think where we're going as a country, very rare for federal judge to make that statement. And again, Sean would never have gotten to a jury trial, if it was anybody else they would never have sued someone, and taking it to trial because I filmed a guy making a statement of very news worthy statement because he works Bob Creamer and by works Hillary Clinton. Well, I think a lot of the lawsuits that you have had against your nuisance suits to keep you. Distracted, spend your money and keep you busy, and stopping you from working in other words, if you're if you're caught up with lawsuits at all times every day. Not exactly doing your job because you have to devote a certain percentage of your time to what the legal matters, are you can't ignore them. Which is why the I two plus years of the Trump presidency, you know, all the success in spite of daily having to deal with a special counsel investigation. What the president called the witch hunt? I'm if I had to guess it probably consumed half his day many days, it consumes about thirty to forty percent of my time our time and our money to deal with these lawsuits. And by the way, Shawn coordinated something you'll see in the coming weeks as we release emails and the discovery process. They use the law as a weapon to settle political disputes and that's wrong. And that's why we feel so vindicated, in this case, because the judge said, I don't care who you are. You can't you can't sue someone and claim it's malice, because you film, the guy in a bar doesn't matter where you film, the guys making the statements. So the principals were at stake. In this in this trial, Sean. Yes, they're trying to trip me up the Gatien they're trying to bankrupt us. And the other thing that makes us so incredible. I don't settle lawsuits. Most people, the near time settled lawsuits, all media corporation, set a loss. I don't because if I do that if I settled a lawsuit they're going to say that I lied. I'm aligarh. I'm held to a different and higher standard because they don't consider to me to be quote journalists. So because it's all these things are going to trial. And I'm winning in fact, I've won five lawsuits, so far haven't lost a lawsuit, and I think it's going to send a huge message to the opposition. Don't sue Project Veritas. You will lose I quit for right back. More James O'Keefe, who is with CEO founder of Project Veritas Project Veritas dot com on the other side, then we'll get to your calls straight ahead. You know, people that, would you know, we've put things in front of our curb, right? Yet the thrown out, maybe. I don't know an old table. You don't need or want or chair. Whatever it happens to be. Now, sometimes you wake up in the morning and it's gone the next day. But you're not gonna put out your beautiful China, dining room set or whatever you think is what you want your house is then it walks away. Now it's the same thing with financial documents or passwords or social security numbers. Did you know when you use public wifi even password protected public wifi? That is exactly what you're doing. You give access information that you send receive it becomes available to these cybercriminals. Yup. That's why you need Norton secure VPN. It's of virtual private network. It in crypts all of your connections, even public wifi..

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KDWN 720AM

12:41 min | 3 years ago

"project veritas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Over the last twenty years off a few homeless guys to do. Crazy stuff. Also taken in for dinner also made, they had our town, and it's shower. And I put them in a program, I've done that, but the reality is. A lot of essentially in. For you. You want rocking. To get something done in Arkansas, the first guy called ahead of the AFL CIO down the hall because he will say, I will say, I mean a guy who you may find that guy. And that guy will be like, yeah. Hey, listen. The stuff that has come to us information that has come to us corruption expose that we never would have known about, but for Project Veritas, James O'Keefe, he's the CEO and founder Project Veritas and think back all the years all the heat all the lawsuits all the accusations. You know everybody forgets. Sixty minutes made their living doing this kind of journalism, they would just go in and be taping people. Nobody newly retaining people. Mike Wallace that for years as did other sixty minutes original host back in the day. Now, if it's a conservative that does it everybody's angry huge development as relates to Project Veritas, considering all the heat that they take to show, the corruption and hypocrisy of so many on the left anyway. Federal judge Wednesday threw out a libel lawsuit last week, obviously against. Project Veritas, and James O'Keefe a woman who was assaulted outside at twenty sixteen Trump rally filed a suit over how Project Veritas depicted in a video the event surrounding her assault and the judge who was first appointed by former President George W Bush ruled that the video was protected under the first amendment, according to the Asheville citizen times North Carolina. Now, while the internet has broadened the number of variety and available voices in the marketplace of ideas, that has also served undermine the public's confidence in the veracity of these sources. That's the judge Cording to the Washington Post when they sighted, a court transcript that fine line has to be walked. And I think that walking that fine line required this court to take a close. Look at what our issues really are for the court, and what issues are really for this jury, and the judges if I've gotten it wrong in the fourth. Circuit says that this is not what the law is. I hesitate think with the first amendment is going in this country. Now this raises the important issue of the charges against Julian Assange. If you go back to the historic Pentagon, papers case, I'll give very short synopsis that won't bring in James O'Keefe here. The Pentagon papers has to do with the history and role of the United States in Vietnam. And literally from from World War, Two until nineteen sixty eight that's what they're looking at. They were commissioned in nineteen sixty seven by the US secretary of defense guy by the name of you probably have heard Robert McNamara. They were turned over without authorizations. In other words, internal review report that was supposed to be secret, but they were turned over to the New York Times and later, even the Washington Post got involved in this. And by guy by the name of Daniel. Ellsberg is a senior researcher, it was that MIT any. The forty seven volume history at had approximately three thousand pages of narrative thousand pages of, of documents took eighteen months to complete Ellsberg worked on the project had been an ardent early supporter of the US role in Indo China, but by the projects and the it becomes seriously opposed to any US involvement. He felt compelled to reveal the nature of US participation any leaked major portions of the papers to the press. Now, this is where it gets. Interesting on June thirteenth nineteen seventy one the New York Times starts publishing a series of articles based on that study that was top secret classified, top secret by the federal government after the third run that third installment appeared in the New York Times, the department of Justice obtained a US district court temporary restraining order against for the publication of classified material intending that further. Public dissemination of this information would cause immediate irreparable harm to US national defense interest, by the way, that's always a balancing act that has to be taken into account and taken seriously sources methods lives, potentially at stake anyway. So the Pentagon papers revealed present Harry Truman, gave military aid to France and their colonial war against the communist led, you know, dictatorships around the world. Long story short, this became a huge defining case and what the court said, just to give you a quick summary here and it became as long as the New York Times, or the Washington Post was not involved in getting the information illegally. They had the right to publish it fast forward, Julian Assange as forward Project Veritas, fast forward, this rolling and what it means is that unless they can show, the Julian Assange was involved somehow some way in obtaining, the things that WikiLeaks published that would have been legal. It's perfectly protected constitute constitutionally held by the supreme court. This is why this case, last Wednesday with Project Veritas to me coupled with the Assange issue is very important. Now if. In other words, if you're not involved in the crime criminal aspect of gathering that information, but you're given that information and you work in the press, do you support the media's right to print it. Now, I have my own personal standard, which would be and I remember asking way back Assange this question. If you would you publish something knowing you might get somebody killed that you might reveal sources methods that put people's lives in jeopardy. I if I recall, he said, no. And that brings us to of course, James O'Keefe. How are you today? All right. Let's talk about your case in particular because I do believe that these cases now we're getting to a point will really going to have to define these issues both the dangers and the freedoms that are inherent for everyone in the media in the press. Sean, there is a war, waged on the first amendment by some of the people opposed to me. And if I was the New York Times, we'll let me put you this women to quote the federal judge. This is an article three appointed for life federal judge in federal district court, North Carolina teeter versus Project Veritas, and the judge actually said in this motion to dismiss this case dismissed almost call the directed verdict, which is very rare. That's right before the jury verdict. The federal judge throws a garbage can. And the federal judge said if this case was brought against Mike Wallis. How could somebody really been successful people laugh, judge set here? So it's because of who I am. They brought this against me. They would never bring a case like this against the New York Times CBS news now. The facts in the case, where I quoted Scott full the man you heard about five ten minutes ago on tape, claiming credit, his words, not mine that this woman named Peter was one of his so called bird. Doger's his words and it was newsworthy from to claim credit for that woman. He said that she was inciting the violence rally. He took credit for a lot of things I published his words and Peter the woman for defamation. And the federal judge gives us. Unbelievable ruling, and it's it's twenty pages long and he be talking about Mike Walsh. He's talking about taking sharpie marker to the first amendment, and he throws the case out right before before it goes to the jury verdict. It was an extraordinary to read what the judge said here because this is really important. I think if I got this wrong, I'd certainly like for somebody to tell me that I got it wrong, I have a little bit of hesitation in saying that, that this time because if I've gotten this wrong wrong, the fourth circuit says that this is not what the law is. I hesitate to think with the first amendment is going in this country. Wow. That was. Powerful. The judge is saying there, because this is a directed verdict. Very rare and the other side appeal to the fourth circuit, which is one step above him. And he, and he knows they're gonna look at his so called homework and he says, if they return reverse my decision on this, I hesitate to think where we're going as a country, very rare for federal judge to make that statement. And again, Sean, this would never have gotten to a jury trial. If it was anybody else, they would never have sued someone, and taking it to trial because I filmed a guy making a statement of very news worthy statement because he works with Bob Kramer, and by Hillary Clinton. Well, I think a lot of the lawsuits that you have had against your nuisance suits to keep you distracted, spend your money and keep you busy, and stopping you from working in other words, if you're if you're caught up with lawsuits at all times every day. Not exactly doing your job because you have to devote a certain percentage of your time to what the legal matters, are you can't ignore them. Which is why the I two plus years of the Trump presidency, you know, all the success in spite of daily having to deal with a special counsel investigation. What the president called the witch hunt? I'm if I had to guess it probably consumed half his day many days, it consumes about thirty to forty percent of my time our time and our money to do with these lawsuits. And by the way, Shawn coordinated something you'll see in the coming weeks as we release emails, the discovery process. They use the law as a weapon to settle political disputes and that's wrong. And that's why we feel so vindicated, in this case, because the judge said, I don't care who you are. You can't you can't sue someone and claim it's malice, because you film, the guy in a bar doesn't matter where you film, the guys making the statements the principals were at stake. In this in this trial, Sean. Yes, they're trying to trip me up with the Gatien. They're trying to bankrupt us. And the other thing that makes us so incredible. I don't settle lawsuits. Most people the near time settled lawsuits, all media, corporations settled, I don't because if I do that if I settled a lawsuit they're going to say that I lied. I'm aligarh. I'm held to a different and higher standard because they don't consider to me to be quote journalists. So it's all these things are going to trial. And I'm winning in fact, I've won five lawsuits, so far haven't lost a lawsuit, and I think it's going to set a huge message to the opposition don't to Project Veritas you will lose I quit for right back. More James O'Keefe, who is with CEO founder of Project Veritas Project Veritas dot com on the other side, then we'll get to your calls straight ahead. You know, people that would we put things in front of our curb, right? The throwing out maybe. I don't know an old table. You don't need or one or chair. Whatever it happens to be out. Sometimes you wake up in the morning and it's gone the next day. But you're not gonna put out your beautiful China, dining room set or whatever you think, is what you want your house is, then it walks away, now it's the same thing, with financial documents or passwords, or social security numbers. Did you know when you use public wifi even password protected public wifi? That is exactly what you're doing. You give access information that you send receive it becomes available to these cyber criminals. Yep. That's why you need Norton secure VPN. It's of virtual private network..

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:07 min | 3 years ago

"project veritas" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Say, I need a guy who you may find that guy. And that guy will be like, yeah. Hey. The stuff that has come to us information that has come to us corruption expose that we never would have known about. But for Project Veritas, James O'Keefe, he's the CEO and founder of Project Veritas, and think about all the years all the heat all the lawsuits all the accusations. You know everybody forgets. Sixty minutes made their living doing this kind of journalism, you know where they would just go in and be taping people. Nobody knew they were taping people Mike Wallace did that for years as did other sixty minutes original host back in the day. Now, if it's a conservative, that doesn't everybody's angry a huge development as it relates to Project, Veritas, considering all the heat that they take to show, the corruption and hypocrisy of so many on the left anyway. A federal judge Wednesday threw out a libel lawsuit last week. Obviously. Against Project Veritas, and James O'Keefe a woman who was assaulted outside at twenty sixteen Trump rally filed the suit over how Project Veritas depicted in a video the events surrounding her assault, and the judge who was first appointed by former President George W Bush ruled that the video was protected under the first amendment, according to the Asheville citizen times North Carolina. Now, while the internet has broadened the number of variety and available voices in the marketplace of ideas. It has also served to undermine the public's confidence in the veracity of these sources. That's the judge according to the Washington Post when they sighted, a court transcript that fine line has to be walked. And I think that walking that fine line required this court to take a close. Look at what our issues really are for the court, and what issues are really for this jury, and the judges if I've gotten it wrong. In the fourth circuit says that this is not what the law is. I hesitate to think with the first amendment is going in this country. Now this raises the important issue of the charges against Julian Assange. If you go back to the historic Pentagon papers case, I'll give you a very short synopsis. They won't bring in James O'Keefe here. The Pentagon papers has to do with the history and role of the United States in Vietnam. And literally from from World War, Two until nineteen sixty eight that's what they're looking at. They were commissioned in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven by the US secretary of defense guy by the name of you probably have heard Robert McNamara. They were turned over without authorizations. In other words, an internal review report that was supposed to be secret, but they were turned over to the New York Times and later, even the Washington Post got involved in this, and by a guy by the name of Daniel. Ellsberg is a senior researcher, he was at MIT. Anyway, the forty seven volume history at had approximately three thousand pages of narrative for thousand pages of, of documents took eighteen months to complete Ellsberg worked on the project at been an ardent early supporter of the US role in Indo China, but by the projects and the ad become seriously opposed to any US moment. He felt compelled to reveal the nature of US participation and he leaked major portions of the papers to the press. Now, this is where it gets interesting on June thirteenth, nineteen seventy-one the New York Times starts publishing a series of articles based on that study. That was top secret classified, top secret by the federal government after the third run the third installment appeared in the New York Times, the department of Justice obtained a US district court temporary restraining order against further publication of classified material contending that. Further public dissemination of this information would cause immediate irreparable harm to US national defense interest, by the way, that's always a balancing act that has to be taken into account and taken seriously sources methods lives, potentially at stake anyway. So the Pentagon papers revealed for example, Harry Truman, gave military aid to France and their colonial war against the communist led, you know, dictatorships around the world. Aung story short this became a huge defining case and what the court said, just to give you a quick summary here and it became as long as the New York Times, or the Washington Post was not involved in getting the information illegally. They had the right to publish it fast forward, Julian Assange asked forward Project Veritas fast forward is rolling and what it means is that unless they can show, the Julian Assange was involved somehow some way in obtaining, the things that WikiLeaks published that would have been legal. It's perfectly protected constitute constitutionally, and how held by the supreme court, this is why this case, last Wednesday with Project Veritas to me coupled with the Assange issue is very important. Now if. In other words, if you're not involved in the crime, the criminal aspect of gathering that information, but you're given that information and you work in the press, do you support the media's right to print it. Now. I have my own personal standard, which would be and I remember asking way way back Assange this question. If you would you publish something knowing you might get somebody killed that you might reveal sources methods that put people's lives in jeopardy. I if I recall, he said, no. And that brings us to of course, James O'Keefe. How are you? Hey, Sean, great to be with you today. All right. Let's talk about your case in particular because I do believe that these cases now we're getting to a point where we're really going to have to define these issues both the dangers and the freedoms that are inherent for everyone in the media in the press little show, showing there is a war, waged on the first amendment by some of the people opposed to me. And if I was the New York Times, we'll let me put this way to quote the federal judge this is an article three appointed for life. Federal judge in federal district court, North Carolina teeter versus Project Veritas, and the judge actually said in this motion to dismiss this case, he dismissed it on what's called a directed verdict, which is very rare. That's right before the jury issues the verdict. The federal judge throws the case in a garbage can. And the federal judge said if this case was brought against Mike Wallis. How could somebody really have been successful or would what people laugh at the judge said here, so it's because of who I am? They, they brought us against me. They would never bring a case like this against the New York Times there CBS news now. The facts in the case, where I quoted Scott full the man you heard about five ten minutes ago on tape, claiming credit, his words, not mine that this woman named Peter was one of his so called bird doger's his words and it was newsworthy from to claim credit for that woman. He said. Said that she was inciting the violence at these rallies. He took credit for a lot of things I published his words and Peter the woman who'd me for defamation. And the federal judge gives this unbelievable ruling, and it's, it's twenty pages long. And he he's talking about Mike Wallace. She's talking about taking a sharpie marker to the first amendment, and he throws the case out right before before it goes to the jury verdict. It was an extraordinary won't wanna read what the judge said here because this is really important. I think if I got this wrong, I'd certainly like for somebody to tell me that I got it wrong, I have a little bit of hesitation in saying that, that this time because if I've gotten this wrong wrong, the fourth circuit says that this is not what the law is. I hesitate to think where the first amendment is going in this country. Wow. That was powerful here. The judge is basically saying there because this is a directed verdict. Very rare and the other side appeal. To the fourth circuit, which is one step above him. And he, and he knows they're going to look at his so-called homework. And he says, if they return reverse my decision on this, I hesitate to think where we're going as a country is very rare for federal judge to make that statement. And again, Sean, this would never have gotten to a jury trial. If it was anybody else, they would never have sued someone, and taking it to trial, because I filmed the guy making a statement of very newsworthy statement because he works with Bob Kramer, and by Crema works with Hillary Clinton. Well, I think a lot of the lawsuits that you have had against your nuisance suits to keep you distracted, spend your money and keep you busy, and stopping you from working in other words, if you're if you're caught up with lawsuits at all times every day. Not exactly doing your job because you have to devote a certain percentage of your time to what the legal matters, are you can't ignore them. Which is why the I two plus years of the Trump presidency, you know, all the success in spite of daily having to deal with a special council investigation. What the president called the witch hunt? I'm if I had to guess it probably consumed half as many days and it consumes about thirty to forty percent of my time our time and our money to deal with these lawsuits, by the way, Sean. They're all coordinated something you'll see in the coming weeks as we release emails and the discovery process. They use the law as a weapon to settle political disputes and that's wrong. And that's why we feel so vindicated, in this case, because the judge said, I don't care who you are. You can't you can't sue someone and claim it's malice because you still the guy in a bar. It doesn't matter where you fill in the guys making the statements. So the principals were at stake. In this in this trial. And Sean, yes, they're trying to trip me up with it a Gatien. They're trying to bankrupt us and the other thing that makes us so incredible. I don't settle lawsuits. Most people, the near time settled lawsuits, all media corporation, set a lawsuit, I don't because if I do that if I settled a lawsuit they're going to say that I lied. I'm a liar. I'm held to a different and higher standard because they don't consider new to me to be quote journalists. So because I don't settle loss. It's all these things are going to trial. And I'm winning in fact, I've won five lawsuits, so far haven't lost a lawsuit, and I think it's gonna send a huge message to the opposition, don't sue Project Veritas. You will lose I quit for it right back more with James O'Keefe who is with CEO founder of Project, Veritas project. Veritas dot com on the other side, then we'll get to your calls straight ahead. You know, people that, would, you know, we put things in front of our curb, right? Yeah. Throwing out maybe. I don't know old table. You don't need or want or chair. Whatever it happens to be. Now, sometimes you wake up in the morning and it's gone the next day. But you're not gonna put out your beautiful China, dining room set or whatever you think is what you want your house is then it walks away. Now it's the same thing with financial documents or passwords or social security numbers. Did you know when you use public wifi even password protected public wifi? That is exactly what you're doing. You give access information that you send receive it becomes available to these cybercriminals. Yup. That's why you need Norton secure VPN. It's of virtual private network. It encrypt all of your connections, even on public wifi..

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11:53 min | 3 years ago

"project veritas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Who is Danny Ben David from my understanding, Danny Ben, David. Is a software engineer at Facebook. He did not work at the same location as me, but I noticed that every time I would see this Debu livestream kind of code on there that his name was always next to it action debased. Appears after the word sigma, which Project Veritas has learned is an artificial intelligence system to block potential suicide and self harm posts, the sigma code was written in two thousand seventeen and shortly thereafter, it seems debased went political. And where did you see this depots language when you were present in the space facility where where did you see this appear on whose pages? I would see it appear on several different conservative pages. I I noticed it with an account that I can't remember. But I remember once I started looking at it. I also saw it on might sort of inches page. I saw it on Steven Crowder's page as well as the daily caller. So when things are taken down and like actually permanently deleted from Facebook. The user will typically get a notification the user can respond to those notifications. And there are humans that actually read that however with these Debu livestream things there was no warning sent to the user these were actions that were being taken without the user's knowing did any of this show up on this task version of the Facebook back and didn't show up and their anywhere there. No, no tasks are created when these livestream depots would occur. Did you check pages of people who are not conservative to see what it said? Yes. At first I was wondering whether this is something that I had a couple of working theories. I was like maybe this is an independent I is mainstream thing maybe independent figures on the left are experiencing the same kind of Debu staying. But I didn't see that. I looked at the young Turks page. I looked at Colin Kaepernick page. None of them had received the same debased comments on their account. All right. Twenty four now 'til the top of the hour. Glad you're with us eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. So what you're listening to is the latest project from Project Veritas, James O'Keefe. Which is what what's happening here is he's exposing government fraud and corruption which he's done. Now, he's taking on the inner workings of Facebook, which we already know has some of these other big massive companies. They are extraordinarily biased. As it comes to conservatives. Daily Mail piece was was very thorough in writing about how a Facebook actively suppresses post from conservative media sources, according to the whistle blower involved with a Project Veritas group, and that is problematic, especially when you look at it through the prism of campaigns. If Facebook as big as it is or any of these other major media mogul giants, they decide they want one candidate over another the amount of influence. They can wield over the minds of the American people is it's breathtaking. It's game changing its potential election altering of a levels in in some cases. Anyway, joining us is James O'Keefe CEO, founder Project Veritas, a little more confusing than what we would usually get from you. But this is so really deeply important because how many people are on Facebook Shaw. There's two billion people on the world on Facebook. And this is a very important story because it involves someone who chose to lose her job. This is an individual working for Facebook. She saw things that were shocking and she leaked us. These documents, Sean, these documents it shows that they are triggering special features quote leading up to an important election. They assign troll scores to people for using words. That are these are not racist words, like mainstream media lows, nor me just sort of mean stuff that people post on Facebook. That's not extreme. At all. It's just the right has appropriated memes to me language. So she also showed us this. These documents were they were Debu sting. Livestream videos from Steven Crowder. Mike. And the daily caller web site politically motivated Debu sting efforts and people need to realize that you can spend all the money on local ad buys in the world in an election. But if Google Facebook and Twitter are debating, shadow banning censoring. And the really outrageous thing about this story is that the debased, and you don't know that you're being people's did. It's one thing if your account gets taken down, you can protest you get back up, but these efforts are done on the on the back end. And you just don't know that your tweets that your case to post. Your other users timelines are not showing up on their pages. You don't know that? I mean, that's pretty amazing to me that this insider and the company is is literally demoting posts, how do they do that? And how do they not know the people are doing that? Or do they know? And is it a wink and a nod and part of a strategy that they have. Well, this is where things get very technical in the weeds. But to summarize it. There's Facebook does a pretty good job. And this is why I saw Sean I looked at it. The insider showed me at one time, and they don't pretty good job of policing. There are a lot of sixty thousand people who work for Facebook. There's a a number of people that do bad things take you down because you're a conservative, but you can protest that and get put back up notification. So there seems to be a pretty good job of policing that activity, but then there's this other part of Facebook what's called content review and a contact review tool where these algorithms this machine learning, basically converts video into text. So if you do a live stream video convert your video enter tax, and then minds, the text and finds certain key words and our insider believes that this was done for political purposes shows automatically on your video down ranked? You don't get as much boost on your video of your videos. No other people's pages. And this is and you can actually see the code. I'd Project Veritas we actually took screen shots of the codes something called action debased live just to bution, and we even Shawn confronted these engineers in San Francisco, I walked up to them and said, did you do this? And I sort of ran away from me as they always do. But we're trying to make this personal for people. It's not just we're not just complaining about how these big companies are censoring people showing you the code. We're talking to the engineers, and I can guarantee you show that everyone inside Facebook knows about what we've done because other tech people are coming to us now under the be brave campaign. People are insiders are coming to us wanting to blow the whistle on what's happening. Well, I mean, that's amazing that they're saying. I mean, what do they think they only hire? Liberals. I mean is there is some type of political litmus test that these companies that they or they just assume that new a young tech person is gonna lean one way politically first of all it's pretty naive. And what I have learned is as soon as people start. Making any money in life, and they start paying taxes in life. They pretty quickly become a little more conservative. Well, I think Shauna issues as long as you have human beings in rooms making subjective determinations about what they should censor in. This case engineer his name is CJ Yamamoto. He's senior engineer at Facebook. And he made the determination that we need to focus on hate speech. Not just hate speech. But what is the quote perimeter of hate speech? What does that even mean perimeter of hate speech means as long as you're people who are designing codes and troll scores that down ranking your content based upon some subjective determination about what the perimeter of hate speech. Is you're gonna have these problems. And it's not an easy problem to solve. I think the solution is these companies should be transparent. They should surely should lie. Under oath, Mark Zuckerberg, last spring went in front of the congress and said we make no determinations about. Any political speech? We don't even do that. And are these documents show them doing it? These documents show troll reports banning certain words, if you use words like mainstream media that means you're a problem. So I just want these companies to be honest about what their philosophy is. And how they then some people say well James are private companies said, well, well, yes, or no because everything gets funneled through their system. So we have to be aware of that as well. I mean, the idea that they also similarly according conservatives, and you know, with hospitality suites and saying the right things to conservatives and conservative groups, but behind the scenes, you get any information that says otherwise is nuts. Cpac was last week. And this is the first time that Google and Facebook did not appear at CPAC the year before they were they were there. They had hospitality suites. They had an information desk. But I think we're the line is drawn in the sand. Is they have to be honest and transparent about what they are doing and be brave campaign. Sean this Project, Veritas dot com slash Braves. There are people inside of these companies source. So disgusted by what they are seeing that they are actually coming forward. This young woman who blew the whistle on Facebook lost her job and went on food stamps for a few months. I mean, she worked in content review. And she was disgusted, and I found her and and she showed me the stuff, and I asked her was it worth it. All this stuff. You went through. She said, absolutely. Because I found what the company was doing was wrong. So I hope her example is an inspiration to others. Some people come to us from your show. Listen to this program right now, they're on the inside of a Google or of the government, and they want to blow the whistle either way. How do people get in touch with you over these things? Well, it's the website is a Project Veritas dot com slash brave, and they can contact us there through our encrypted messaging. But you do know that liberals listen to the show, and they monitor every second of every minute every hour that I speak in the hopes that they can take me down. So you know, that they may send spies to you. Now, we have we have to vet those people, and we have a very sophisticated process of making sure that that does not happen to us. But yes, yes. Well, we understand the Project Veritas dot com. And if you want, you know, people can give you information, this is important stuff. And this is so powerful two billion people's a lot of people, and if one political views favored over another and between the different algorithms and philosophies behind it, it could be extraordinarily impact. Tactful in a negative way. In terms of the electorate, and I think I better get a hold of it now before twenty twenty because if you think Hillary's Russian collusion dossier was bad enough. It only get worse if they they bring this on steroids. But as always thank you, James O'Keefe. We appreciate you being with us will continue to follow your stories and the issues you're covering and thanks for what you do. Thanks, sean. All right. According to the small businesses have an.

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