‘Exposing corruption requires standing up to power, because power hates sunlight’
With the warning, “I’m back,” James O’Keefe this week unleashed an announcement that likely struck a certain amount of fear among those who are doing wrong, abusing their power, or the like.
O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, was separated from the company just weeks ago.
But a posting on a social media site gave the world the news of his return:
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— Okeefe Media (@OkeefeMedia) March 15, 2023
O’Keefe’s first campaign to expose those who may want to remain in darkness involved the leftist activist organization ACORN, which after his work shortly closed up shop.
He said his targets still include pharma giants, government agencies, and many, many more.
His last project with Project Veritas involved exposing an executive for Pfizer claiming the company was mutating the COVID-19 virus so that providing constant vaccinations would be a “cash cow” for the company.
He later said he was joking.
Now, O’Keefe said, “We are going to build an army.”
“Exposing corruption requires standing up to power, because power hates sunlight. We are sunlight,” he noted.
His company, O’Keefe Media Group, uses the logo “OMG.”