James O’Keefe, the founder and former head of undercover reporting and whistleblower organization Project Veritas, has suggested that he has multiple insiders in the Manhattan DA’s case against former President Donald Trump – either on the grand jury, or otherwise familiar with (or involved in) the case.
“NY DA Bragg likely hid exculpatory evidence from the Trump Grand Jury as their meetings have been postponed,” said political influencer Ryan Cunningham, adding “The real question is has @JamesOKeefeIII got to someone on the inside?“
To which O’Keefe replied “The real question is how many do we have on the inside? Stay tuned.”
The real question is how many do we have on the inside? Stay tuned
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— James O’Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) March 23, 2023
Trump is being investigated by the Manhattan DA over a payment made to former adult film star Stormy Daniels (real name Stephanie Clifford).
More on O’Keefe’s new venture via The Epoch Times;
O’Keefe founded Project Veritas in 2010. He departed the group in February after the board of directors suspended him amid an investigation into alleged financial malfeasance. His new project is called O’Keefe Media Group, or OMG.
O’Keefe said that the new group has been sending cameras out, “which means the OMG army of exposers will soon be holding those in power accountable.”
O’Keefe warned people who are planning wrongdoing, adding: “You’re being watched. We’re coming after you. The next time you try and take advantage of honest Americans, the person sitting next to you might have a microphone or a camera. You see, the world is watching. And if you’re lying, cheating, stealing, or scamming, you might be the next unwilling star of the internet.”
OMG’s first story will be released on March 27, O’Keefe said.
At least one Project Veritas staffer has followed O’Keefe to the new project. R.C. Maxwell, a former Project Veritas employee, was in O’Keefe’s new video.
O’Keefe said in another Twitter post he’d just spent one day this week in three states.
“Just wrapped a 20 hour day. Three states, multiple investigations fueled by so many citizens,” he wrote.
OMG is based on the concept of collecting funds from supporters, buying cameras, and sending them to “citizen journalists” who will capture newsworthy moments.
News outlets “can’t hire everybody,” O’Keefe told The Epoch Times on March 16. “But what if there was a way to empower and mobilize journalists, citizen journalists, and decentralized journalism? In the same way that Uber did that for the taxi, if there was a way to do that for thousands and thousands of people? And you might say, well, that’s impossible, that’s too difficult. Well, that’s the mission that I’m embarking on.”
People have already approached OMG, asking for cameras to record school meetings and other events, O’Keefe said.
Asked whether the citizen journalists would be paid, O’Keefe said he wasn’t sure.
“Most people want to do this for free,” he said.
“I don’t know exactly how it’s going to work, we’re going to figure it out,” he added later.
O’Keefe said being ousted from Project Veritas has turned out to be a “blessing in disguise” because it let him start the new group.