FBI Immediately Leaks Project Veritas Internal Documents to New York Times After O’Keefe Raid
The FBI appears to have leaked internal Project Veritas communications to the New York Times just days after executing a chilling raid on the home of Veritas founder James O’Keefe, raising serious questions about the ethical practices of the federal bureaucracy and the legitimacy of investigations into Veritas.
The New York Times published internal Veritas documents on Thursday, quickly following a weekend raid on O’Keefe. The raid stem from the publication of Ashley Biden’s personal diary, in which the President’s daughter admits to her “resentment” of Joe and Hunter Biden, referring to the former as a bully with “money and power” and slamming the latter as an embarrassing drug addict.
In a development further attesting to the FBI’s lack of ethics, the documents in question were prepared by Project Veritas’ lawyer, therefore protected under attorney-client privilege. The FBI isn’t supposed to be even accessing these documents, let alone leaking them to the corporate media.
The documents entail protocols and operating procedures for Project Veritas, explaining to employees of the company how its sting operations are conducted in a legal and ethical manner. The establishment corporate media has consistently sought to designate Project Veritas as a criminal organization for publishing information embarassing to Democrats.
In the wake of the FBI leaks, a federal judge has ordered the troubled agency to cease withdrawing any information or documents from Mr. O’Keefe’s phone, a development that may deter Biden’s operatives from further extraconstitutional attempts to criminalize journalism.
Something tells me that the Federal judge who ordered the FBI to stop removing files from Project Veritas devices is going to have some questions as to how attorney-client privileged communications were removed from those devices and sent to the NYT. https://t.co/RWIr9NCzVB pic.twitter.com/NZhwO8nPhN
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) November 12, 2021
The affair implicates Biden’s government as maintaining the legal and ethical standards one would expect of a dictatorship in a third world country, potentially serving as an example of wide-ranging and pervasive misconduct and bias against conservatives at the FBI that endures years after the agency was implicated in a conspiracy to falsely accuse President Trump of colluding with the Russian Federation.
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