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James O’Keefe is on a crusade to eviscerate the fake news media. According to radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, O’Keefe’s latest undercover video targets Jones and his organization, Infowars.
O’Keefe’s company, Project Veritas earlier this month exposed The New York Times for biased reporting.
In this new investigative video, which never shows O’Keefe’s face, a claim is made that O’Keefe sent in an undercover producer to the Texas-based Infowars, which is known for pushing conspiracy theories such as 9/11 being an inside job and parts of the Sandy Hook school shooting being staged.
In the “undercover video”, O’Keefe’s reporter allegedly secured a job at the company, and captures video as he is taken to lunch by two Infowars team members. The two employees begin drinking shots of alcohol and begin complaining about founder Alex Jones, who they claim uses his gun to shoot up the studio when he gets upset.
The conversation turns strange as one Infowars producer begins speaking about his desire to track down Big Foot. Another producer claims that money mysteriously appears in his bank account from Moscow every time he publishes pro-Trump videos and articles on the company website.
One of the producers claims that Jones eats raw steak and that he chases down and kills squirrels when he gets hungry.
At the conclusion of the video, one of the employees claims that Trump is his Godfather and that there are riffs between some of the on-air talent at the company, but that nobody wants the public to know about the issues. The video, which appears to be a joke pushed by Infowars, was posted on Jones’ Youtube channel. If it is a joke, it’s pitiful.
Over the weekend, Jones claimed Twitter placed restrictions on his account, thus, not allowing him to live-stream his daily broadcasts. Jones claims the restrictions are a crackdown over his pushing stories about the recent documents released about the murder of JFK.
Here is “O’Keefe’s” video:
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