On this Giving Tuesday, we are humbly asking for your support to advance Project Veritas’ mission. As you know, Project Veritas has been taking on GIGANTIC battles – and let us be 100% clear, we have no intention of backing down.
With that being said, these battles come at a very high cost. There are many public and private institutions that would like nothing more than to see Project Veritas cease to exist.
They are attacking us from all angles.
We are currently suing The New York Times, CNN, and Twitter. We are the only journalists truly investigating the COVID vaccine. AND WE HAVE MANY STORY PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR. In 2022, we know exactly what our focus should be: Voter Fraud. With all of that being said, we need your support to take on all of this. By considering a generous TAX-DEDUCTIBLE donation of $100, $200, $500, or any other value you see fit, you can help our journalistic plans for 2022 become a reality.
Support Project Veritas this #GivingTuesday: https://www.projectveritas.com/donate/
“The government's response demonstrates its hostility to Project Veritas and thus a free press writing quote, Project Veritas is not engaged in journalism within any traditional or accepted definition of the word. Can you believe the audacity of the government to say that Project Veritas and James O'Keefe are not real journalists because they publish things that are nonconsensual and they go about getting information through investigative means? Imagine if, to be real journalists, you could only publish that which the government gave you consent to publish. I would argue that at that point, you're no longer a real journalist. You are just a useless mouthpiece for the government.”
In opposing James O'Keefe's Motion for a Special Master, the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York dangerously condemned Project Veritas as not worthy of journalistic protections afforded under the First Amendment, writing "Project Veritas is not engaged in journalism within any traditional or accepted definition of that word."
Today however, in an unrelated matter, New York Supreme Court Justice Charles Wood seemed to disagree.
During a nearly a two-hour oral argument on whether the New York Times engaged in litigation misconduct by publishing the privileged attorney-client communications of Project Veritas' lawyers in Project Veritas' defamation case against the Times, Justice Charles Wood compared Project Veritas with the New York Times and noted that "both sides" in the case (both Project Veritas and the New York Times) "are media organizations" to which the First Amendment protections apply.
UPDATE: Ranking Members of the House Committee on the Judiciary, House Oversight, and Senate Subcommittee on Investigations Rep. Jim Jordan, Rep. James Comer, Sen. Ron Johnson, sent a letter to the Attorney General of the United States asking questions about the FBI raid.
"The FBI repeated such politicized performance art recently when they stormed the home of Project Veritas director James O’Keefe. The agency confiscated his electronic devices on the grounds that he had knowledge of the contents of the allegedly lurid missing diary of Joe Biden’s daughter. The FBI – an apparent retrieval service of lost Biden family embarrassments – also did not disclose that it had possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop at a time when the media was erroneously declaring the computer inauthentic. O’Keefe was accosted in the pre-morning hours by a crowd of FBI agents, wielding a battering ram, who pushed him out of his home in his underwear. The time and location of the FBI raid, as in the Stone case, were leaked to the media that cheered the raid shortly after it was conducted. A federal judge recently stopped the FBI’s ongoing monitoring of O’Keefe’s communications." https://dailycaller.com/2021/11/18/victor-davis-hanson-can-the-fbi-be-salvaged/