What will James O’Keefe do next?
The recently ousted boss of investigative journalism operation Project Veritas has just launched a new business venture.
On Twitter, O’Keefe had hinted he planned to reveal his latest venture on Wednesday.
“The Ides of March have come. We launch today.” O’Keefe tweeted.
“The Ides of March” is a reference to the death of ancient Roman dictator Julius Cesar, who was assassinated on the Ides of March in 44 BC by political allies. O’Keefe was ousted last month by Project Veritas’ board of directors over claims of employer abuse.
American Liberty News previously reported that O’Keefe’s allies revealed that he read his resignation letter in front of his former team and board members at Project Veritas’ Mamaroneck, New York headquarters. (RELATED: James O’Keefe Gone as Head of Project Veritas)
Earlier this week, O’Keefe called on his supporters to “enlist in his army,” instructing individuals to purchase hidden cameras and send a message to a protected email account.
Project Veritas regularly uses tactics like hidden cameras during sting investigations.
During a recent appearance at CPAC, O’Keefe strongly hinted that he may set up another investigative journalism group. (RELATED: James O’Keefe Reemerges at CPAC, Hints at Next Steps)
“Courage is the virtue that sustains all others, and without that you really can’t do journalism,” he said. “I’m not stopping or giving up.”
On Wednesday, O’Keefe announced the launch of O’Keefe Media Group
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