James O'Keefe Bushwacked By Cowardly Employees and Board, Placed on Paid Leave
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate said: Liberal news sources celebrate and conservative media is largely silent. A creative genius who has taken on drug giant Pfizer in a decisive expose has been backstabbed as mean and harsh in his dealings with his staff. If Project Veritas caves to a few employees who can't handle working with O'Keefe like little shaking poodles then they should go out of business. I will follow and support James O'Keefe where ever he goes and most people on social media will also. Public Advocate does not receive grants from the Koch brothers as they support homosexual rights. It is rumored that they supported this ambush, Delgaudio said.
Delgaudio said "James O'Keefe is the most dedicated investigative conservative in the history of the conservative movement and single handledly re-defined citizen journalist practices after all major news organizations abandoned the search for truth. Everyone wants to be like James O'Keefe who is just a normal person who fearlessly pursues the truth.
James O'Keefe, the founder and chairman of Project Veritas, has taken a paid leave from the conservative nonprofit media organization as its board considers whether to remove him from his leadership position, according to current and former employees of the organization.
An internal message sent to Project Veritas employees by the organization's executive director, Daniel Strack, said that O'Keefe would be taking "a few weeks of well-deserved PTO." An image of the message was shared by a source familiar with the organization's internal operations, and its authenticity was confirmed by a current employee. When reached for comment on his personal cell phone, O'Keefe said nothing in response and did not respond to follow-up calls and text messages. Through a Project Veritas spokesman, Strack later released a statement on behalf of the organization. "Like all newsrooms at this stage, the Project Veritas Board of Directors and Management are constantly evaluating what the best path forward is for the organization," ...."
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