(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Investigative journalist James O’Keefe has released his first viral video since being fired last month from Project Veritas, the nonprofit media watchdog that he founded in 2010, Valiant News reported.
This time, O’Keefe, who recently helped to uncover Pfizer’s reckless vaccine-development practices, set his sights on exposing the New York Times’s biased coverage of the Jan. 6, 2021, uprising at the U.S. Capitol.
O’Keefe confronted Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg, who previously acknowledged in a Project Veritas hidden-camera investigation that the corporate media was guilty of “making too big of a deal of Jan. 6 by claiming it was “an organized thing that it wasn’t.”
Rosenberg’s admission followed another bombshell by Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who used the access granted to him by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to review tens of thousands of hours of Jan. 6 footage from the Capitol, showing that it was a largely peaceful and orderly affair.
The footage, and Rosenberg’s account, further confirmed that the isolated incidents of violence and vandalism may have been part of a false-flag operation.
“There were a ton of FBI informants who attacked the Capitol,” Rosenberg said during the hidden-camera interview. “The left’s overreaction in some places were so over the top.”
In his follow-up interview with Rosenberg, O’Keefe asked him if he wished to amend his previous statements, but Rosenberg declined, electing instead to text his left-wing hack friends.
O’Keefe followed up his successful video by beginning to recruit for his next potential venture.
“The world needs a citizen army holding institutions accountable,” he wrote. “We do that by empowering people to report things that are wrong.”
O’Keefe said he is looking for 100,000 “fierce truth seekers” willing to help him expose the establishment.
Unfortunately for Americans who wished to see our elites exposed as frauds, O’Keefe was fired by the board of the company that he founded earlier this year.
After his firing, numerous employees at the company lamented the loss of their leader.
“We will never replace James O’Keefe,” they said. “But for now, we see it as our job to hold the torch for him while keeping the door wide open for his return. We will keep the spirit of James’ mission alive for as long as we are able.”