James O’Keefe of the Veritas Project, a day after the stay banned from Twitter, says it is preparing to launch a legal platform against Big Tech and mainstream media.
“We will apply to CNN and we will file a lawsuit on Twitter,” the veteran activist and 36-year-old guerrilla journalist told The Post during a Friday interview at his bunker-like barracks on an undisclosed street in Mamaroneck.
“We will take the case to a group of other people and we will represent other people who are suing these organizations and representing the public defenses fund under the country’s criminal law – something no one has ever done before,” he said.
Twitter said it banned O’Keefe because he often used multiple fake accounts to increase his tracking and tried to “use multiple accounts to artificially add or remove conversations.”
O’Keefe denies ever using fake accounts. He said he started because of a CNN embarrassing show that he released on Wednesday a secret-recorded video of CNN director Charles Chester, praised his network for producing “propaganda” aimed to defeat President Trump in the 2020 election. Chester was also caught on tape and told CNN list of COVID-19 death estimates.
Project Veritas released another video on Thursday in which Chester Torgil admitted “Trying to help” Black Life is Important.
O’Keefe’s removal from Twitter on Thursday came just after millions around the world found they could not share New York Post Story about the co-founder of Black Lives Patrisse Khan-Cullors, a self-proclaimed Marxist, buying four high-rise homes worth a total of $ 3.2 million. The story was blocked from posting on Facebook and Instagram. Before the 2020 elections, Twitter and Facebook were also blocked Post emails were found on a Hunter Biden laptop that had been left in a Delaware repair shop.
“CNN material was the most destructive material in the history of the Veritas Project,” O’Keefe said. “It’s the core, the heart and the soul of what the media shows is wrong. Chester was so proud to sell fear and propaganda. He praised himself [it]”
O’Keefe, a former Eagle Scout from northern New Jersey, is ready to fight the Big Tech and mainstream media at a time when many are growing stronger for fear of destroying culture.
“We receive thousands of messages every day from people who think the media is corrupt and corrupt,” O’Keefe said. “But people know that if they tell the truth and do the right thing they will be punished by a just society. Many people do not want to harm their families and be humiliated.”
O’Keefe, a Rutgers graduate and one-time ally of veteran journalist Andrew Breitbart, came to the fore in 2009 when he claimed he was playing with a prostitute in a hidden pose with ACORN (Association of Social Organizations for Reform). Naha). He was jailed for his role in the conspiracy to assassinate US Senator Mary Landrieu (D-La.)’S New Orleans office.
According to its website, Project Veritas was established in 2010 “to investigate and expose corruption, dishonesty, prostitution, garbage, fraud and other malicious acts”. It has targeted politicians and organizations like itself Planned Parenthood in the past but has focused on the media in recent years. Some attempts have been successful; others, like or try to discredit the Washington Post reporters fell behind in an attempt to deceive her.
Along with a lawyer and media relations expert, the wealthy O’Keefe made some of his own statements while searching between a number of offices, including one of the “Warer’s Room” at the NSA in Westchester County-like NORAD. .
He once shot a video in front of Project Veritas The marble wall, a gallery with dozens of framed journalistic backgrounds. A Post reporter and photographer issued a stern warning about the continued secrecy of secret staff working at the facility. There were also heated discussions about recording the interview.
O’Keefe is both annoyed by the collapse of his Twitter account and frustrated by his legal battle with the New York Times.
Last month, Project Veritas scored a point significant success in an insult case against the Times when a state Supreme Court judge rejected the draft rejection paper, allowing O’Keefe to go on a rampage, which could expose the Times and its reporters to awkward scrutiny.
Project Veritas filed a lawsuit against the Times in November, asking the paper to withdraw two stories from a Project Veritas video accusing the Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) Electoral fraud. The stories of Two Times called Project Veritas video are misleading and may be part of a “coordinated disinformation campaign”.
O’Keefe is tested.
“I always lied,” O’Keefe said. “I went to hell, I went to jail, my life was down.”
He said, but it is just beginning, and his army of voice actors and undercover reporters is growing exponentially. He said he encourages “lying to people” by the mainstream media and tech giants.
He said it doesn’t matter “about protecting my Twitter account or a book deal or people who love me.
“Rush Limbaugh told me that the hardest thing about all of this is the acceptance of hatred – but the moment you finally give up worrying about what they think about you, the moment you are free.”