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Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe Teases Washington Post Bombshell

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UPDATE: O’Keefe has released the first videos from his Washington Post expose.

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After The Washington Post attempted to give Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe a taste of his own medicine by ambushing him at a gas station, the guerilla journalist teased an upcoming video on the newspaper.

As O’Keefe was approached by Aaron Davis, an investigative reporter with the Post, he swiftly called him out on attempting to use Veritas tactics.

“They’re worried we have a story on them… we do,” text over the video read.

Project Veritas also tweeted at The Washington Post warning them to “expect a busy week.”

The videos from inside mainstream media outlets have been part of a series that Veritas is calling American Pravda.

In October, Project Veritas released an undercover video from inside The New York Times — where an editor admitted to targeting the Trump brands and family to attempt to strong arm President Donald Trump into resigning.

Veritas also released explosive footage of CNN producer John Bonifield admitting that the network’s coverage is “mostly bullshit” — and being done by direct order of Zucker.

O’Keefe has had previous run-ins with the Washington Post, recently releasing a phone call with the newspaper’s reporter Paul Farhi, in which he confronts the reporter over a lie that he had published in his coverage of the American Pravda videos.

Farhi had claimed that O’Keefe did not disclose that one of the CNN employees who had been exposed was based in Atlanta, despite the fact that it is plainly stated during the introduction of the Veritas video.

“[The video] doesn’t disclose that he is based in Atlanta — not in Washington or New York, where most of CNN’s coverage of national affairs and politics are produced,” Farhi wrote.

“There’s a factual error that says I did not mention that john was based in Atlanta,” O’Keefe says during the call. “In my on-camera in the video I clearly state that he, you know, he’s from Atlanta. Can you publish a retraction on that?”

“Let me look into it,” Farhi says. “Yes, if we got it wrong we got it wrong, we’ll correct.”

In subsequent emails, Farhi says that the paper is sticking by the fake news and will not be publishing a retraction. He also tells O’Keefe to “drop dead.”

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