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Anonymous - CNN

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Anonymous – USPS, Coraopolis, Pa.

Richard Hopkins - USPS, Erie, PA

Anonymous – USPS, Traverse City, Michigan

Ryan Hartwig - Facebook

Another report released by Project Veritas in June 2020 demonstrated rampant censorship of conservative content by Facebook content moderators and an interview with the latest insider who experienced it firsthand was released today, by the non-profit media company, Project Veritas.

Zach McElroy - Facebook

In June of 2020 Project Veritas released one of the most damning undercover investigation reports—this time insiders used hidden cameras to document rampant censorship occurring at social media giant: Facebook.

Anonymous 2 - Facebook

Another anonymous Facebook employee leaked to Project Veritas a supposed confidential internal HR memo that showed H-1B applicants were being favored over American workers.

Anonymous - Cherry Health

During the heart of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic, an Insider came forward to Project Veritas from a Michigan after CBS News and Cherry Health staged a fake Coronavirus testing line.

Ignotus - ABC News

Following the release of #ExposeCNN, a new insider came forward to Project Veritas from another media behemoth. Ignotus as they like to be called, shared with us the now infamous 'Hot Mic' moment of Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach slamming her bosses decision to spike her explosive investigation into Jeffery Epstein.

Cary Poarch - CNN

After being inspired during James' 2019 speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference(CPAC), Cary Poarch made it a priority to meet him at this book signing. It was there when he whispered in James' ear that he worked for a three letter agency, and that he wanted to record his bosses.

Zach Vorhies - Google

Zach Vorhies was a Senior Software Engineer at YouTube/Google for 8.5 years. In June 2019, Zach Vorhies Resigned from Google. He took with him 950+ pages of Google internal documents and delivered them to the Department of Justice and leaked them through Project Veritas to inform the public about Google's extensive censorship system.

Greg Coppola - Google

As a senior software engineer at Google who worked on artificial intelligence and the Google Assistant, Greg Coppola had seen enough in the summer of 2019 he sat down for an on-the-record interview following the release of the Project Veritas series into his then employer. Coppola was quickly placed on Administrative leave from Google following his interview with James O'Keefe.

Anonymous - Google

Project Veritas obtained a leaked document from a Google Insider that appeared to show a Google employee and member of Google “transparency-and-ethics” group calling conservative and libertarian commentators, including Dennis Prager and Ben Shapiro, “nazis.”  Project Veritas received this document from an unnamed source within the company after the release of our initial investigation into Google.

Eric Cochran - Pinterest

While at Pinterest, Eric discovered the hidden censorship of the pro-life organization Live Action and other conservative groups. To expose this Big Tech censorship, Eric took the proof to Project Veritas for the public to see. Eric now works with more insiders to blow the whistle on corruption.

Anonymous - Facebook

Project Veritas obtained and published documents and presentation materials from a former Facebook employee turned Veritas insider. This information describes how Facebook engineers plan and go about policing political speech. Screenshots provided from a Facebook workstation show the specific technical actions taken against political figures, as well as “[e]xisting strategies” taken to combat political speech.

Enrique Tarrio - Chase Bank

A customer of Chase bank, came to us with a story of his account being shut down for what he believed to be political purposes. Undercover audio from a conversation with a Chase employee working in Chase Corporate Global Media Relations reveal that Chase bank makes political judgments about their customers.