James O’Keefe of Project Veritas 2015 PA Leadership Conference Luncheon Speaker
Tue 10 Mar, 2015
"(Harrisburg, PA) – His undercover investigation into ACORN led to the group’s collapse; he caused a Planned Parenthood vice president to be fired; prompted firings at National Public Radio, exposed the unsecured nature of the U.S. Mexico border by crossing into the U.S. dressed as Osama Bin Laden without being stopped, and currently has a video revealing Al Sharpton’s exploitation of recent tragedies.
He is James O’Keefe of Project Veritas and he will be the featured luncheon speaker at the 2015 Pennsylvania Leadership Conferenceon Saturday, April 18th. This year’s Pennsylvania Leadership Conferencewill be held April 17th and 18th at the Radisson Penn Harris Convention Center in Camp Hill (Harrisburg), Pennsylvania."
"Trust But Verify: Keeping Campaign Promises with moderator David Madeira host of The David Madeira Show on 94.3FM The Talker in Scranton and panelists Beth Ann Mumford of Americans for Prosperity-PA, Leo Knepperfrom the Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania and Gwenne Alexander from ACTION of PA."
"Operation Hypo apparently ran alongside James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas’ own undercover operation to expose far-left plans for Inauguration Day. It remains uncertain if the two groups ran a joint effort or merely ran parallel operations, but it’s clear that the Oath Keepers are seeking further collaboration with O’Keefe, a onetime protégé of Andrew Breitbart.
“We have also offered to provide Project Veritas with volunteer security and personnel protection assistance, as our way of supporting their mission,” Rhodes says.
A video that appears to be from a hidden body camera worn by a Project Veritas member was released by the group days ago, where the operative allegedly sits down with members of a far-left group and records them talking about compromising the ventilation system at the Deploraball with butyric acid or setting off the smoke alarm and sprinkler system. Rhodes, through Operation Hypo, says his organization can verify a number of Project Veritas’ claims."