(National Sentinel)Â Media: Noted undercover journalist James O’Keefe, who has been investigating various “mainstream” media outlets for more than a year and recently exposed workers atÂ CNN, now says his Project Veritas organization is set to release what he teased as the biggest investigation of media ever.
As reported byÂ The Gateway Pundit, O’Keefe made his statements in a video announcement released Monday. His investigation into the “holy grail” of media is something that has been closely watched by allies and enemies alike.
“In the coming weeks, youâ€™re gonna see one of the biggest investigations this organization has ever done. Itâ€™s a continuation of American Pravda series. Itâ€™s aimed at the media. Weâ€™re going after their holy grail. We have tripled our journalists in the field,” he said.
“They are not even here, they are out there everyday. Itâ€™s gonna be big, itâ€™s gonna be massive. If they think they can shut us down with this crap [lawsuit] theyâ€™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,” he said.
There will be more #AmericanPravda videos coming soon.
— Project Veritas (@Project_Veritas) September 18, 2017
Recently, O’Keefe’s organization exposed a number of CNNÂ producers and on-air talent who admitted that the news organization’s incessant focus on the so-called “Russian collusion” narrative involving the Trump campaign was a hoax and being focused on mostly for ratings.
While it’s not yet known which organization is next on O’Keefe’s hit list, he teased a bit further in response to a tweet yesterday from President Donald J. Trump, who said, “How much longer will the failing NY Times, with its big losses and massive unfunded liability (and non-existent sources), remain in business?â€
Oâ€™Keefe replied â€œStay tuned..â€
That pretty much answers the president’s question, we think.
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