Sunday, February 22, 2015

James O’Keefe on soon to be released story: I am afraid for my life on this one

Controversial investigative reporter James O'Keefe announced on Sunday that he is actually afraid for his life because of a new story he will be releasing this week.

"We have a story we’re going to release this coming week and I've never thought about this before but I am afraid for my life on this one," O'Keefe announced on Twitter.

According to the Project Veritas website:

James O’Keefe’s groundbreaking investigations have exposed corruption and malfeasance in major taxpayer-funded institutions, including ACORN, Planned Parenthood, public education, labor unions, NPR, Medicaid, Organizing for America, state election divisions, the “Obamaphone” program, Hollywood and more.

In 2013, O’Keefe authored The New York Times bestselling book Breakthrough: Our Guerilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy, which tells the true story of subverting a corrupt and complacent media establishment, surviving gratuitous legal challenges, and restoring truth to journalism by successfully pioneering a new form of guerilla reporting.

O’Keefe is a graduate of Rutgers University. A congressional resolution was introduced in 2009 with 31 cosponsors praising him for his work. He is the recipient of the Robert Novak Award for Journalistic Excellence (2011), has been named “Fox News Power Player of the Week” twice by Chris Wallace, and was placed on the Forbes 30 under 30 for media moguls.


  1. James O'Keefe is a national treasure. His revelations qualify him for a Pulitzer Prize.

  2. […] Here is the new report from Project Veritas that controversial investigative reporter and activist James O’Keefe feels could put his life in danger. […]