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Veritas Update April 19 2018

It never ends…


 It never ends…

The constant and often incoherent rants of the progressive media. Faux outrage kept alive by journalists and politicos. Rampant suppression of speech and ideas, even on college campuses… We’re working to change that and more. In the culture war, while we can never take our foot off the gas pedal, once in a while we need to stop and share with you our victories and highlight at least a few of our enemies’ failures.

It’s easy to get lost in the day-to-day hysteria of ‘all of the above’ and the actual progress of our movement can be overlooked. To help, we’ve put together some items of note that we doubt television newscasters want you to know about. The media may be consumed with itself, covering nonsense Russia and porn star stories, but that doesn’t stop Veritas from paying attention to what’s actually happening out in the real world.

Thanks for your support in the good fight.

– Project Veritas Staff

Siena College Charges Conservative Student

There’s a new generation of rabble-rousers taking on biased professors and school administrators. Last weekend at Siena College, I spoke to a student that the college administration was targeting for his conservative campus activism. After our conversation – the college dropped its charges against him!

See the video.

What’s New

In the coming weeks, Project Veritas will be releasing a new series of undercover videos that will change the media landscape.

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Selective Editing at ABC

After George Stephanopulos’ interview with Former FBI Director James Comey, ABC came under fire for their selective edits – most notably Comey’s criticisms of President Barack Obama. Jay Rosen, a journalism professor for NYU noted “This interview is VERY aggressively edited. Almost every sentence is ended by the ABC producers, not by Comey.”

Read the article.

ACORN and the Firestorm

We recently took some time to go to downtown NYC to watch the theatrical release of the ACORN documentary, Acorn and the Firestorm. Last year at the premiere, they wouldn’t even let Jams O’Keefe in. This time around, a moviegoer practically mugged him (and a chase ensued!).

Watch the video.