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okawesomeyeah 20 points ago +20 / -0

Thing is, O'Keefe is practicing textbook journalism as it used to exist as an objective process. Note that he said he only reports what people say and do. This is key because everything he reports is based in demonstrable truth. This drives the narrative-driven media nuts because he is unassailable on the core reporting. So what they do, is what they always do: attempt to destroy credibility by attacking the person instead of the presented subject. Which is why the focus is always on the methods and not what actually transpired, in hopes that your average low-information individual will hear the name O'Keefe or Project Veritas and think that he/it is some kind of propaganda machine. And unfortunately, it works, because the vast majority of people can't be bothered to see out actual truth and facts.

I find great irony in that one of the few people out there practicing actual objective journalism is public enemy #1 to the media as a whole. And they can't touch or discredit his work because it is based on the truth.

logic1010 10 points ago +10 / -0

Exactly, I sent a friend a video of his and immediately he responded with "he's a debunked conspiracy theorist". I asked him why he thought that. "because cnn told me that". Have you even once looked at his work? "Nope"

So mad!

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PraiseBeToScience 6 points ago +6 / -0

Literally every time the left says anything about O'Keefe they always have to put "Controversial Youtuber, known for deceptively editing videos...".

Literally the only thing he ever did that raised 'controversy' was his ACORN story like twelve fucking years ago, when a Fox reporter told his audience that "this is how he was dressed for these interviews" and he came out in his silly over-the-top pimp outfit.