The last several months have been exhilarating.
Currently, we are in the works with several new projects. Volunteers are on the ground in several states armed with video cameras exposing nefarious behavior by bureaucrats and corrupt officials. Project Veritas is leading the way for a new generation of citizen journalists who are sick of the corruption that plagues our country. Ordinary people of all ages, races and political affiliations are joining us in creating a grassroots army of video muckrakers, citizen journalists and local activists, giving their time and energy for this common purpose.
We have kept the ball rolling in our mission to expose corruption. In just the last few weeks, I’ve done interviews with media outlets from The New York Times to Forbes Magazine and Fox News. But our greatest endorsement came from disgraced former NPR executive Vivian Schiller who said in a recent TV interview the establishment is “terrified of becoming the next ACORN or Planned Parenthood.”
Congressman Keith Ellison, a liberal Democrat from Minnesota, was hopping mad about our investigation into ACORN. Congressman Ellison condemned me on the floor of the House of Representatives and his childish rant just shows his fear of the establishment’s feet being held to the fire.
New leads come in every day and we remain fervent in our mission to expose the truth. Stay tuned during the next few weeks to see the latest scandal we have uncovered.
So which of our current investigations will turn up the kind of dirt we found on ACORN, the NJEA and NPR, and touch off the next big media firestorm? Your guess is as good as mine, but perhaps a better question is why we’re the only ones chasing these stories at all.
Unfortunately, we know the answer. Today’s so-called “journalists” have come to value access and privilege over accurate reporting. Which is why I started Project Veritas. Somebody has to compensate for the failure of the mainstream media – or, as I call it, the establishment press – to ask tough questions and demand honest answers.
Project Veritas isn’t a multi-million dollar media conglomerate, and we aren’t bought out by special interests or affiliated with the major news corporations. What we lack in money, we make up for in heart. Our volunteer investigators are armed with cameras and the courage to ask questions that shine a light on corrupt politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen.
The establishment’s fear is not in vain. With every video we have done, from ACORN to NPR, we have only grown more sophisticated, thorough and precise.
Your support for our ongoing investigations is greatly appreciated. If you have not done so recently, please consider making a donation today.