James O'Keefe - "I'm Back" VIDEO

James O'Keefe - "I'm Back" VIDEO

James O'Keefe and his Project veritas have carried out some of the most effective exposures of the horror and corruption of the abortion industry ever. The entire pro-life movement will always owe James a huge debt. So are delighted to tell you that James O'Keefe is back!

We have no doubt that the plot to stab him in the back and oust him from the campaigning organisation which he built from scratch was encouraged - if not entirely hatched and directed - by the pro-abortion lobby. O'Keefe had become such a dangerous and effective enemy that they were simply desperate to silence him. But, fortunately, they have failed!

The prominent conservative investigative journalist James O’Keefe, who founded and led nonprofit outfit Project Veritas until his widely-publicized separation last month following disputes with the group’s Board of Directors, announced the launch of a new journalistic venture in a short video posted to social media Wednesday.

“They have awakened a sleeping giant,” O’Keefe said in the video. “I’m back.”

“I spent fourteen years creating the most effective nonprofit newsroom this country has ever seen,” the maverick journalist said in the highly-cinematic ad, which showed him stepping out of a black Mercedes dressed in a suit, then taking a bite of a Subway sandwich before tossing it aside with mock gravitas.
“In paving the way to establish citizen journalism, I have been defamed, arrested, raided, [and] ultimately removed from the organization I spent so much time developing the credibility of,” O’Keefe continued.

He said he “always knew they would try to ruin the reputations of those who expose them. Pharma giants, the three-letter government agencies, and those who I thought I could trust,” an evident nod toward his heavily reported dust-up with Project Veritas’ Board of Directors that culminated in his separation from the nonprofit.

O’Keefe says he was forced out of Project Veritas by the Board, while the company has insisted it didn’t fire him and wants to see him return. 

The nonprofit has faced major fallout from former supporters,who have stated that Project Veritas is nothing without O’Keefe and suggested that O’Keefe’s new enterprise will attract those who previously followed Project Veritas.

In the Wednesday video, O’Keefe promised to make good on his recent hints about launching a new venture, declaring in the video that “we are going to build an army of investigators and exposers.”