On Wednesday, James O’Keefe, the former founder and CEO of Project Veritas, announced the launch of his new media organization, named O’Keefe Media Group.
O’Keefe talks about how he was arrested and subject to defamation. O’Keefe was also expelled from Project Veritas, where he had spent so much time building trust.
O’Keefe is however showing signs of improvement and seems determined to carry on with his original mission.
O’Keefe stated in a video that he just launched his new venture. “The irony of the ACORN story is that it took a 25-year-old with a concealed camera a few days.” “I spent 14+ years building the most efficient non-profit newsroom the country’s ever seen. The same organization I spent so much time building trust with was instrumental in my being defamed, arrested, and raided. ”
He continued, “I knew that they would try to ruin the reputations of people who expose them,” and he said, “the three-letter government agencies and pharma giants.”
O’Keefe declares “I’m back” and discloses that only a few elite journalists are still with him.
“Exercising corruption means fighting against power because power hates sunshine. ”
O’Keefe Media Group is O’Keefe’s newest venture. O’Keefe insists that the venture “will never be shut down.” To pledge support and to help finance his army of journalists, anyone can become a founding member.
O’Keefe Media Group’s website states that “In the coming months you will see this army expanding across America. Every statehouse, every city council, every school board, and everywhere else people conspire for power, favoritism and to line their pockets using tax dollars.”
O’Keefe has decided to quickly start a new project. O’Keefe Media Group is certain to be more successful than Project Veritas, given the backlash Project Veritas suffered and the lessons he learned.