Project Veritas Reveals Next Undercover Target

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James O’Keefe, known for his work in the whistle-blowing Project Veritas videos, revealed on Sean Hannity’s radio show Tuesday that a certain media group will soon be exposed.

O’Keefe seemed to imply in his rhetoric that the media group is CNN, but he didn’t go so far as to identify the agency.

He stated that on Thursday, a string of videos will be released that will put the media agency in a troubling spotlight.

O’Keefe compares the upcoming revelations to previous WikiLeaks scandals:

O’Keefe: In the next 48 hours, Project Veritas, like WikiLeaks, will be releasing hundreds of hours of tape from within the establishment media. Our next target is in fact, the media.

Hannity: How long have you been working on this?

O’Keefe: We’ve had people on the inside come to us. Just like Julian Assange has people come to him, we’ve had people, sources come to us and give us information, and we’re going to be releasing it “WikiLeaks Style” this week.

Hannity: Can you give us a hint what organizations are going to be impacted by this?

O’Keefe: It’s one that Trump has really been talking about, you can probably use your imagination.

Hannity: So, it’s CNN …

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O’Keefe became known for exposing the Democratic National Committee’s paid agitator network, “DisruptJ20” organizers, and shedding a light on New Hampshire’s election fraud.

His interview with Hannity can be heard below:

H/T:  ZeroHedge

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