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New York Times Doxxes James O’Keefe’s Wedding In Hit Piece About Erik Prince, Project Veritas


Leftist publication retaliates against undercover journalist for exposing corruption in news rooms and presidential campaigns

The New York Times went after James O’Keefe and Erik Prince on Saturday over conservative stings against corrupt left-wing operations and campaigns.

In the process, The Times doxxed O’Keefe’s wedding, releasing information about the event and attendees, including Don Jr., President Trump’s eldest son.


— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 7, 2020

By exposing the personal information of O’Keefe’s wedding, the far-left news outlet has opened up the undercover journalist to left-wing attacks.

The website page has since been taken down to protect the guests from violent far-left actors like Antifa.

The page appears to have been taken down to protect the guests after the NY Times doxxing

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 7, 2020

The New York Times article in question focuses on how Erik Prince, the founder of security company Academi is recruiting former American and British spies for Project Veritas exposés and other secretive intelligence-gathering operations on corrupt liberal organizations and campaigns.

Recently, Project Veritas released undercover video showing prominent ABC News veterans lamenting about their network’s policy of relentlessly attacking Trump instead of reporting on real issues.

And in January, Project Veritas also exposed several Bernie Sanders staffers threatening violence against Trump supporters, including rounding them up in Soviet-style “re-education” gulags.

In this exclusive interview, James O’Keefe from Project Veritas let us know that 2020 is going to be Project Veritas’ biggest year. With infiltrators still inside establishment media and big tech companies, O’Keefe hints at major things to come.

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