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Project Veritas was founded by conservative American political activist James O’Keefe. According to its website, the mission of Project Veritas is to: "Investigate and expose corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions in order to achieve a more ethical and transparent society."
Feb 21 2023
MAMARONECK, N.Y. — Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe said in a speech posted online Monday that he has been removed as the right-wing group's leader. In remarks that appeared to have been made at a Project Veritas' office, O'Keefe said the board had stripped him of all decision-making. The move comes after the board reportedly put him on leave from his role as chairman amid complaintsThe Press Democrat
Dec 04 2020
Project Veritas' expose of CNN's behind-the-scenes conference calls shows that the network's slogan should be "We won't fully report so you can't knowledgeably decide."
James O'Keefe of Project Veritas, in the ultimate trolling coup of the year, monitored and recorded CNN's morning conference call with CNN President Jeff Zucker and other company executives and reporters for some twoTownhall
Sep 21 2023
Project Veritas, the right-wing video operation known for its heavily edited clips of politicians, media figures and tech middlemen during hidden camera stings, has suspended operations and laid off its remaining “journalists,” Mediaite reported Wednesday night.
The pause resulted from financial difficulties and was done “in the interest of preserving the possible future existence ofHuffPost
Jul 05 2023
A high-profile member of the far-right media group Project Veritas has left the organization and is threatening to release new details on this year’s messy ouster of Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe.
Matthew Tyrmand, a conservative commentator, confirmed on Twitter this week that he left Project Veritas. His departure comes months after that of O’Keefe, who was removed from hisDaily Beast
Feb 11 2021
Twitter permanently banned an account on Thursday belonging to Project Veritas, a conservative group founded by controversial activist James O'Keefe.
The decision followed what a Twitter (TWTR) spokesperson described to CNN Business as repeated violations of the platform's policies prohibiting sharing — or threats of sharing — other people's private information without consent. TwitterCNN (Online News)
Feb 11 2021
Twitter permanently suspended an account belonging to Project Veritas on Thursday, citing repeat violations of the site's policies against publishing private information.
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed to The Hill that the main Project Veritas account was permanently suspended, while founder James O'Keefe had his account temporarily locked. Several recent tweets on O'Keefe's timelineThe Hill
Oct 17 2019
On Monday, Project Veritas, a right-wing activist group that seeks to uncover media bias, began releasing videos that claim to reveal a paramount anti-Donald Trump bias within CNN. Videos present undercover recordings of CNN president Jeff Zucker telling employees to “stay focused” on impeachment and to “cut off” relationships with Rep. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), as well as undercover interviewsHenry A. Brechter
Sep 28 2020
A ballot-harvesting racket in Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Minneapolis district — where paid workers illegally gather absentee ballots from elderly Somali immigrants — appears to have been busted by undercover news organization Project Veritas.
One alleged ballot harvester, Liban Mohamed, the brother of Minneapolis City Council member Jamal Osman, is shown in a bombshell Snapchat videoMiranda Devine
Aug 19 2023
Project Veritas is known for its bombshell exposes, but a pair of startling disclosures saw the undercover journalism outfit making instead of breaking the news.
Founder James O’Keefe, who was forced out by the board in February, is under investigation by the Westchester County district attorney in New York for undisclosed reasons, a probe that comes after Project Veritas accused him ofWashington Times