Filmmaker James O’Keefe has already done plenty to shake up the political and media establishment.
In the last year alone, his Project Veritas organization has exposed the Clinton campaign for inciting violence at Trump rallies and caught CNN officials admitting their anti-Trump Russia stories were “mostly bullsh*t.” Every time the organization releases a new video, the fallout becomes must-see TV.
With the bombshells Project Veritas dropped in 2016, you might think it would be impossible for them to make an even bigger splash this year. However, O’Keefe has promised that their next investigation may be the biggest one yet.
From the Daily Wire:
Filmmaker James O’Keefe said on Monday that Project Veritas will be releasing the results of one of the largest investigations the organization has ever conducted. The Project, said O’Keefe, will lead to people being fired.
“In the coming weeks, you’re going see one of the biggest investigations this organization has ever done,” O’Keefe said. “It’s a continuation of American Pravda series. It’s aimed at the media. We’re going after their holy grail.”
“We have tripled our journalists in the field,” he continued. “They are not even here, they are out there everyday. It’s gonna be big, it’s gonna be massive. If they think they can shut us down with this crap [lawsuit] they’re sorely mistaken. Because not only are people in the media probably going to lose their jobs and be exposed for what they are, but this [lawsuit] is going to be exposed for what it is. So stay tuned ladies and gentleman. Fireworks are coming.”
Despite the stacks of lawsuits the organization is fighting off, it appears they have no intention of slowing down their work. Considering how much they have already exposed in recent years, it’s hard too imagine the stories getting any bigger. Yet, O’Keefe has proven time and again just how much his organization is capable of.
For a media establishment that has already lost the trust of the American people, O’Keefe’s announcement is news they simply can’t afford.
[Note: This post was authored by Michael Lee. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee]