Talk:James O'Keefe

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Foval is a Donald Segretti-type character who used dirty tricks to sabotage frontrunner Ed Muskie's campaign in 1972. Foval admits on tape to doing the samething to Scott Walker who had the edge over a crowded field in fundraising and organization at the time. Can something like this be added?RobS#NeverHillary 09:52, 27 October 2016 (EDT)

Recent events

The recent release of DARPA documents is an interesting development. The "whistleblower" report obviously came from congressional Republicans or their staff in advance of the Senate hearing with Dr. Fauci. This shows (1) Project Veritas has taken over the role previously occupied by WikiLeaks; (2) the GOP obviously uses Project Veritas to reach a wider audience cause the MSM would ignore and bury anything coming from Republican Senators.

Project Veritas defamation suit against NYT essentially denies that Project Veritas is a political organization that works on behalf of Republican or conservative causes. While nothing illegal or unethical occurred here with the DARPA documents, what is to be noted is that GOP members of congress and their staffs likely will use Project Veritas again in the future to draw public attention to issues the MSM would otherwise ignore or coverup. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:24, January 20, 2022 (EST)

The whole incident is an interesting object lesson: the DARPA documents didn't just come out overnight. They were known to Republicans, Democrats, and DC reporters for some time, probably at least 30 days, if not longer. But they were so explosive, it becomes a game of chicken between congressional committee investigators and reporters, with none having the courage to attach their name to such explosive content. Through Project Veritas, whistleblowers are assured anonymity. What we, the public, have now is a direct pipeline into the inner sanctum of the DC Deep State. Will we know everything? No. Can we trust everything leaked to Project Veritas? That all depends on Project Veritas reputation for vetting. And this incident also sheds light on the Biden Stasi (FBI) raid on Project Veritas - which likely was also related to this pipeline of whistleblowers from Capitol Hill congressional committees. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:39, January 20, 2022 (EST)

One more point for you, the casual reader or student: When listening to your favorite Washington reporter on "the latest news", remember that they always always always know much more than what is being reported at that moment. This point has been proven a thousand times over, yet average people have difficulty understanding or accepting it. Often times, what is reported as "Breaking News", was common knowledge all over DC among elected officials, reporters, staffers, and bureaucrats weeks, months, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months earlier, and can no longer be contained. It becomes comical to watch elected officials and reporters feign shock when the American public is finally informed. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 23:49, January 20, 2022 (EST)

Case in point: When the Biden Stasi raided O'Keefe's home and seized his phone contacts, we were led to believe the raid was related to Ashley Biden's diaries, which made no sense. Sure, that was the pretext the Biden Stasi used to obtain a warrant, but why would the FBI effectively verify Ashley Biden's diary as authentic in which she claims Joe Biden took "inappropriate" showers with her as aa small child? The timeline reveals that Project Veritas likely was getting in contact with Major Murphy at this time to verify the DARPA documents. Joe Biden is expendable to the FBI, and will be expended by DC & the Democrats sooner rather than later. But covering up U.S. government funding of gain of function research, and the interests of Big Pharma, is a far more important priority. And the Stasi wants to know who the leakers on Capitol Hill are.
And to back up the point made earlier, O'Keefe must have suspected the raid was related to the DARPA documents, but couldn't say so at the time (cause of the vetting process). Stay tuned for further developments. RobSLet's Go Brandon! 00:17, January 21, 2022 (EST)