Egregious Attack on One of our Most Important Freedoms

Posted: November 13, 2021 in Journalism
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One of my favorite people in all of journalism is James O’Keefe of Project Veritas.

Yes, he’s a journalist, albeit a conservative one. But a political ideology is not a disqualification for a journalist. After all, I have a lot of respect for liberal journalists like Glenn Greenwald and Matt Taibi as they tell uncomfortable truths to their own side.

Now, admittedly primarily targets his investigative journalism towards sacred cows and politicians on the left.

A lot of the people on the left cry a lot about this because he has a tendency of demonstrating that a good amount of those in power on the left believe that the ends often justify the means no matter how unethical or immoral the means may be.

This last year Veritas’ reportage has probably been the best yet. In addition, he’s sued both Twitter and the New York Times, the official paper of dis-record of all the lizard people. Both cases have merit.

The events of the last week have been a little concerning, arguably terrifying. And any intellectually honest journalist, of which there are few, should be terrified. Friendly reminder, the other team wins elections, too. And what the FBI has done to Veritas can happen to you.

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, the videos below will take you on the journey to see just how out of control the FBI is.

If we live in a country where the regime can get away with this, then it’s undeniably time to start seriously thinking about how we politically dissolve the union between red and blue states.

  1. John Sanderford says:

    It may well be that the relentless journey to preserve our freedoms can no longer run through DC.

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