O’Keefe Starts New Company with EPIC New Name!
James O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, has launched a new venture called “O’Keefe Media Group” (OMG). After leaving Project Veritas last month, O’Keefe announced his plans to form a new media company with an in-house team of elite journalists.
The mission of OMG is to bring factual journalism to the public and expose corruption. O’Keefe believes that the mainstream media has become too biased, and he wants to create an alternative outlet for news and information. He also wants to provide an opportunity for investigative journalists who have been silenced by their employers.
In a statement released on Wednesday, O’Keefe said: “We are building an army of investigators and exposers along with the most elite journalists in the world. In the coming months you will see this effort bear fruit as we uncover hidden truths and hold those in power accountable.”
— O’Keefe Media Group (@OKeefeMedia) March 15, 2023
Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, tweeted his support for OMG saying: “BREAKING: James O’Keefe has launched his own independent media group. The website has JUST gone live.”
BREAKING: James O'Keefe has launched his own independent media group. The website has JUST gone live. https://t.co/uNPbBKwUI6
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) March 15, 2023
O’Keefe has stated that O’Keefe Media Group will focus on uncovering corruption and dishonesty in government and media organizations through investigative journalism. He also plans to use the platform to provide commentary on current events and share stories from people who have experienced injustice or abuse of power firsthand.
The launch of O’Keefe Media comes at a time when trust in mainstream media outlets is at an all-time low. Many Americans are turning to alternative sources for news and information, making it easier for O’Keefe’s new venture to gain traction quickly. It remains to be seen whether O’Keefe Media will be able to replicate the success that Project Veritas achieved under his leadership, but I’m pretty sure that it won’t be much of a problem seeing how many people abandoned Project Veritas after the whole debacle.