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Project Veritas Exposes Big Pharma, Mainstream Media Corruption

'These network news television stations don’t want to be in an exposed position where they’re seen as affecting events rather than just reacting to them ... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USAJames O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, has discovered that Big Pharma companies have been working in partnership with mainstream media to form a fear-mongering COVID message, Breitbart reported.

The partnership goes back nearly two years, since they first realized that COVID might be a great business partnership opportunity. O’Keefe emphasized that mainstream media companies do not want this information to become public.

“These network news television stations don’t want to be in an exposed position where they’re seen as affecting events rather than just reacting to them,” O’Keefe said.

He further suggested that their partnership extended into commercials, advertisements, and op-ed content.

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“And that’s partially due to the economic issues where they have advertisers that direct their editorial content, and especially pharmaceutical company advertisements.”

O’Keefe suggested that journalism is moving in a new direction due to the massive corruption and collusion among America’s corporate elites.

“In a time when the number one story in the world is this COVID pandemic, we need independent journalism [that is] not at the beck and call of pharmaceutical companies.”

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O’Keefe also suggested that this new movement is necessary in order to keep civilization from total collapse.

“Whistleblowing [is] really the future of journalism,” he remarked. He added, “[American Muckraker] was my attempt to talk about how to do journalism in clown world.” 

Supporting this journalistic development is the legal protection that Project Veritas is able to offer whistleblowers who work against America’s corrupt ruling class.

According to O’Keefe, Project Veritas’ investigative targets “stopped suing us, because they quickly realized that we could depose them. So we sued the New York Times for defamation. We’ve been successful, and they do not want to be deposed.”

The mainstream media’s precarious economic position and dependence on reputation of prestige have driven it into a corner.

“They would hate us showing the answers to these questions, and that’s why they don’t sue our whistleblowers, because they don’t want to be exposed for who they are and what they are,” O’Keefe concluded.

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