Project Veritas and WikiLeaks: Doing the Job the FBI and DOJ Won’t. (Source)
With Donald Trump as President and Jeff Sessions, the more serious allegations will complete investigations with wrongdoers going to prison when a guilty verdict is reached.
In contrast with Wiki Leaks, James O’Keefe don’t just report the news, he finds a story and typically goes undercover with a staff member to secretly video it and bring it to us.
Jullian Assange depends upon disgruntled employees, typically of the federal government to provide, classified and secret information on government wrongdoing.
While O’Keef’s articles typically deal with illegal activities as he did when he busted ACORN, Voter Fraud, Hillary’s campaign skirting election laws, anarchy his activities are of little harm except for alerting the authorities to shut them down and put them through the legal system if deemed necessary.
Julian Assange after declaring Asylum at a number of embassies around the world is now in Ecuador.
(The reasoning is so convoluted, alleges no crimes of releasing classified or Top Secret information and must be seen here. (Source)
James O’Keefe, Conservative Activist, Has Released CNN Tapes: More to follow.
February 23, 2017
Conservative sleuth James O’Keefe is ramping up his effort to take down the mainstream media by enlisting the help of ordinary citizens to go undercover and expose wrongdoing in newsrooms around the country
The Project Veritas leader announced he will give $10,000 to anyone who brings him evidence of “corruption, malfeasance and wrongdoing” in the press.
“If you have hidden audio recordings, videotapes or documents inside of a newsroom or media institution, and the material is good enough, I will pay you $10,000,” Mr. O’Keefe says in the video set to be released on Thursday.
The announcement of the award coincides with the first release of the “CNN Tapes” project, for which Project Veritas is uploading 119 hours of audio recordings taken by an anonymous source within the cable network’s Atlanta headquarters.
The audio, which is from 2009, features behind-the-scenes discussions between reporters, producers, and other CNN employees.
Project Veritas says the audio contains evidence that the cable television network endorses a progressive view of journalistic ethics. It also accuses CNN of knowingly misrepresenting polling data in one case.
Project Veritas has compared its new strategy to the one employed by WikiLeaks.
“We want to become a destination where citizens can come forward, work with us and make a serious impact,” Mr. O’Keefe says in the video.