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June 10, 2017
May 21, 2017
“We would investigate plagiarism. We would investigate dishonesty,” Cernovich told TheDC.
Internet provocateurs and journalists Chuck Johnson and Mike Cernovich are each launching websites to go after reporters, The Daily Caller has learned.
Johnson, who currently runs GotNews.com, told TheDC Thursday, “The American press no longer behaves properly, and they need to be held to account.”
“They have decided to make themselves the story, and so if anyone has information on top journalists we will make them the story,” added Johnson, an infamous internet troll with reported ties to the Trump administration.
Johnson has been banned from Twitter for harassment and previously was a freelance contributor for The Daily Caller. He also helped launch Wesearchr, which crowd-funded for information that sometimes pertained to journalists. Some of the “bounties” on the site were for Megyn Kelly’s divorce files, or a sex tape of Gawker founder Nick Denton.
He said the website — he won’t reveal its name — will be a fusion of Wesearchr and Got News and will be launched by July 4. Johnson added that Cernovich might be involved.
May 9, 2017
Texas mother and citizen journalist Amy Hedtke was forcibly removed from a State Affairs Committee meeting by Republican Committee Chair Byron Cook when she attempted to film the meeting in accordance with Texas state law.
After Hedtke’s story went viral on the internet, Project Veritas’ James O’Keefe decided to team up with her and confront State Rep. Cook in person.
When O’Keefe and Hedtke showed up to Cook’s office he was nowhere to be found, but within minutes the police were there to see what the pesky citizen journalists were up to.
March 29, 2017
California law long criminalized recording a person without their consent. This law has never before been applied to a journalist engaged in undercover reporting. It has now.
The California Attorney General just issued a criminal complaint against two anti-abortion documentary journalists for their undercover videos about Planned Parenthood activity concerning aborted baby parts. It may be the liberal Attorney General assumes his highly selective choice to only prosecute anti-abortion documentarians will allow journalists to turn a blind eye to the extraordinary application of this law to undercover reporting that is common-place in California.
Section 632 of the California Criminal code makes it a crime to “intentionally” and “without the consent of all parties” record a conversation if that conversation is a “confidential communication.” A conversation is, by law, not confidential if there is not a reasonable expectation it cannot be overheard. A conversation is, by law, not confidential if it concerns certain kinds of criminal conduct — colloquially known as the “extortion exemption” but also applicable to other crimes, such as violent crimes against a person.
Under clear California law, the First Amendment protects the publishing of any recording of public interest. Additionally, up until yesterday, it was assumed the First Amendment prevented criminal prosecution for news-gathering investigative undercover recordings in aid of First Amendment activity. A California court already recognized the activity of these two anti-abortion investigative journalists as First Amendment protected activity when denying an injunction against their publishing the results of the recordings.
The investigative journalism of James O’Keefe and Project Veritas has rippled through the halls of power, exposing corruption, dishonesty and fraud. James O’Keefe joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss his evolution as a journalist, being significantly influenced by Andrew Breitbart, what his undercover work reveals about the mainstream media, how his values influence his decisions, when people are more afraid of social ostracism than death and his recent teachers union expose.
March 24, 2017
Citizen journalists in the rural communities of Chihuahua recorded scenes of despair caused by a fierce clash between members of the Juarez Cartel. The fighting left at least eight people dead and four police officers injured.
One of the videos shot by citizen journalists shows the magnitude of the gun battle as one crying resident huddles next to a window while thousands of rounds can be heard being fired near him. Initially, the man appeared to show some surprise as the gunfire could be heard in the distance, but that excitement soon turned into horror and despair as the battle ensued.
“Oh dear God please help us,” the man cries out sobbing as the gun battle continues.
Armored SUVs and some with modifications to mount large machine guns were left along the various streets of Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua. Videos taken by local residents show the various vehicles that had been heavily damaged by gunfire are believed to have started on Sunday afternoon and continued until Monday.
March 20, 2017
Finally after many months wondering, we now know who shot that secret video of a college professor at Orange Coast College. On February 15, 2017 a press conference was held at Orange Coast College to discuss the secret recording of college professor Olga Cox during her human sexuality class where she said the election of President Trump was an act of terrorism. As a result, OCC Freshman Caleb O’Neil was suspended and until now, his identity was kept a secret.
November 1, 2016
The FBI and the DOJ know as well as Foval and Creamer do that federal campaign laws don’t allow the campaign coordination these thugs describe. So we can expect to hear any day now about an aggressive FBI investigation, right?
If you want real news about this election, if you want to know what Hillary and her minions are up to and what this woman is really like you can’t get it from the “presstitutes” at ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, the New York Times, the Washington Post, etc. All these once-respected media have become obedience-schooled and tightly-leashed poodles of the Clinton campaign as analysis of ABC, CBS and NBC evening news of the last 12 weeks shows: 91% of their Trump coverage was negative, focusing airtime on his woman comments and accusations of 11 to 30 years ago. Since media reports largely neglect Clinton’s lawless exposure of the nation’s secrets to our enemies via her amateur basement server as well as the Clinton Foundation pay-to-play schemes netting them millions of dollars, many voters have no clue about the damning specifics of her sellout of America.
This blatant anti-Trump, pro-Hillary coverage means that for actual truth we must turn to recent videos from young liberty warrior James O’Keefe of Project Veritas Action who took down corrupt ACORN a few years ago, posing as a pimp wearing his grandmother’s fur coat. And to emails from fugitive WikiLeaks chieftain Julian Assange, the Andy Warhol hair-look-alike who hides out in the Ecuadorian embassy with views of London out his window unless they’re keeping him in the basement.
October 19, 2016
Democrats Have Been Rigging Election for Fifty Years and Here Is the Proof.
Project Veritas Action has released the second video in a multi-part series that is sending shockwaves through the DNC and the Clinton campaign. The first video explained the dark secrets and the hidden connections and organizations the Hillary Campaign uses to incite violence at Trump rallies. This latest video takes the investigation even further.
Several Project Veritas Action undercover journalists catch Scott Foval, the National Field Director for Americans United for Change, saying, “we’ve been bussing people in to deal with you fuckin’ assholes [Republicans] for fifty years and we’re not going to stop now, we’re just going to find a different way to do it.”
One of the highest-level operatives for the DNC who admits to being “no white knight” said that the Democrats have been rigging elections for fifty years.
Foval then goes on to explain the sinister plot and how they avoid getting caught. The undercover reporter asks why they can’t just “bus in” voters, but get them to use their own personal vehicles. Foval describes how they avoid being detected and free of criminal charges. “Would they charge each individual of voter fraud? Or are they going to go after the facilitator for conspiracy, which they could prove? It’s one thing if all these people drive up in their personal cars. If there’s a bus involved? That changes the dynamic.”