Last week, Project Veritas launched the results of its investigation, “To Catch a Journalist.”
Two segments of the series have been released, the last of which prompted CNN and the Washington Post to question the veracity of our investigation due to the characterization of Clay Shirky as a “consultant” to the New York Times.
CNN claimed Project Veritas “erroneously described Professor Shirky as a New York Times consultant.” CNN never reached out to Project Veritas for comment.
In the latest installment of “To Catch a Journalist” we reveal our source of information and ask the question, “Who is telling the truth?”
And stay tuned for more releases.
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