Project Veritas Board Sends Desperate Email to Donors with Big Claim About James O’Keefe: Report


Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe looks on during the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas on July 9, 2021. (Brandon Bell / Getty Images)

The remaining members of the Project Veritas board of directors sent a desperate message to donors pleading for a chance to prove themselves in the wake of the ouster of founder and former boss James O’Keefe, according to a report.

The fallout from O’Keefe’s abrupt departure Monday is still swirling around the undercover journalism organization that has been responsible for uncovering a raft of left-wing corruption in governments and private corporations alike.

Early this month, news broke that O’Keefe was at odds with many members of his whistleblower group’s board, ostensibly over fundraising and expenditures but also because of his personal conduct.

On Feb. 8, it was reported that the Project Veritas founder had been placed on a temporary suspension with paid leave as the board considered its options over reports that some employees felt O’Keefe sponsored an abusive workplace along with questions over his spending of company funds.

After days of back-and-forth accusations and multiple news reports about the unrest inside the organization, on Monday, O’Keefe said he was pushed out by the board and was no longer part of Project Veritas.

Since that time, the organization has been suffering rejection by many former supporters.

Essentially meaning “Project Truth,” Project Veritas has made a name for itself by revealing raw footage usually from hidden camera stingsthat have uncovered the nefarious plans of the extreme left in our society, but now it is embroiled in finger-pointing and “he said/she said” accusations among insiders.

The irony is hard to ignore as the public struggles to discern just what happened between O’Keefe and the board amid ongoing accusations and counter-accusations.

But one thing seems certain: James O’Keefe is out. And with that in mind, Project Veritas’ financial supporters are screaming for their money back since many donated based on their trust in O’Keefe as the organization’s frontman. They say they feel as if they are victims of some sort of bait-and-switch.

The Post Millennial reported Wednesday that the remaining board members are sending emails to donors and supporters pleading to at least be given a shot to prove they can continue to fulfill the same goals the group had with O’Keefe in the lead.

In an email obtained by the website, the nonprofit said it was “still grinding” on the stories it had been working on for months despite the disruptions.

“We hope that you might continue to give us a chance,” the email said, according to the report. “We can’t stress how separate the board’s role is from daily operations here at PV. We are still grinding and pursuing stories of great public importance.”

The board claimed that O’Keefe wasn’t ousted from Project Veritas but was only “temporarily suspended.”

“We understand and share your frustrations,” the email said. “We all love and respect James and hope he returns. This is difficult for everyone.”

The message said “an independent two-dimensional audit is being arranged” to determine whether O’Keefe mishandled company funds in his conduct of fundraisers.

The board said it also was looking into whether he was guilty of “Breaking the Bylaws of the organization by unilaterally dismissing the CFO and co-opting another board member’s vote by saying that board member supported the dismissal.”

The email said Barry Hinckley and Tom O’Hara were mistreated by O’Keefe, who fired them both — without proper authority, according to the board. It also said he had called employee Spencer Meads a vulgar name.

“The board included this in its statement what it is aware of so far which clearly warrants this internal audit to ensure your hard-earned, and graciously donated, money is utilized appropriately,” the email said.

The board also said there were concerns “with employment laws/workplaces safety regarding appropriate treatment of the employees” and its action against O’Keefe “was based, in part, on his interaction with senior staff in a Leadership call on January 31, 2023.”

Further, the email said a number of employees had threatened to quit unless O’Keefe’s behavior was addressed.

The board cited turnover at Project Veritas as evidence that something was amiss. It said 140 employees either quit or were fired by O’Keefe in the last seven years, with at least 20 being high-level managers who were part of the organization’s “succession plan” and whose loss threatened “the long-term viability of the company.”

Ultimately, though, the board said in its email that it did not fire O’Keefe but only handed him a “temporary suspension until the audit was completed.” The board said it had invited O’Keefe to engage in conversations to hash out their differences, but he has refused.

“We understand and share your frustrations,” the email said. “We all love and respect James and hope he returns. This is difficult for everyone.”

The email was sent by Bethany Rolando, one of 16 Project Veritas employees who signed a Feb. 6 letter demanding that the organization address O’Keefe’s alleged inappropriate behavior.

The board said the organization intended to keep pursuing its original charge and “we remain steadfast and determined to expose corruption.”

For his part, O’Keefe said he made the demand that the board members resign in the wake of the accusations, then noted that their refusal left him with no position at the organization he founded.

“So currently, I have no job at Project Veritas,” O’Keefe said in a video of his own. “I have no position here based upon what the board has done. So I’m announcing to you all that today on President’s Day, I’m packing up my personal belongings.”

O’Keefe founded the nonprofit group 13 years ago, and its 2022 Internal Revenue Service filings provided to charity regulators in Florida show it earned $20 million in revenue in 2021, according to The Associated Press.

Many believe that James O’Keefe is Project Veritas — a perception the board is attempting to disprove. Only time will tell if it will be successful. Source

I don’t know exactly what happened between James O’Keefe and the board of directors of Project Veritas. I can only surmise from what I have read that there seemed to be a struggle for power which led to the ousting of this ministry’s CEO.

I am one who believes that Mr. O’Keefe IS indeed Project Veritas. The sting operations for the last 13 years have uncovered untold number of satanically evil practices. They have been laid bare to the world and have effected change in many cases.

Please pray for James O’Keefe and for the board of directors. Pray for God’s will and that these people can lay aside their pride and seek out the will of God.


Former President Clinton aide who had ties to Epstein died by suicide, police say, though questions remain

With my commentary added

Strange, this is the second article today with the Clinton name in it – with people dying. Hmm…….


A former special assistant to President Bill Clinton who also had ties to Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide, a new sheriff’s office report says, though questions regarding his death remain.

Oh boy, do they remain!

On May 7, 2022, 59-year-old Mark Middleton was discovered deceased at the Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas, about 30 miles from his home in Little Rock. He was reportedly found sitting next to a tree with an extension cord wrapped around his neck. The other end of the cord was attached to a tree limb above him. 

“I could see the male was obviously deceased,” Perry County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Lawson wrote in the report. Lawson arrived on the scene after ranch employee Samantha McElroy, 46, reported an abandoned vehicle — a black BMW SUV, which deputies later discovered belonged to Middleton.

Though the extension cord may have contributed to his demise, Middleton’s ultimate cause of death was the gunshot wound he sustained to his chest, an assessment Sheriff Scott Montgomery made just a few weeks after Middleton was found.

Wait, WHAT? So the extension cord may have contributed to his demise but ultimately he died from a gunshot wound to his chest??

And it took three weeks for them to find a hole in his chest? Are you kidding me?? Barney Fife could have done a better job investigating this!!!

“He died from a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the chest,” Montgomery said last June. 

And now he ultimately died from a SHOTGUN blast to the chest??

“It was very evident that the shotgun worked because there was not a lot of blood or anything on the scene. You can tell the shotgun blast was on his chest. You can tell that because there is a hole in the chest, and pellets came out the back of his back. It was definitely self-inflicted, in our opinion.”

So, it was very clear that the shotgun worked because there was NOT a lot of blood or anything on the scene? HUH?? If there was NOT a lot of blood on the scene after a SHOTGUN blast to the chest, then he must have been moved there, right?? So that kind of rules out suicide, don’t ya think?

A lawsuit filed by the Middleton family that same month likewise stated that he “died by suicide,” the Western Journal reported.

Despite the report from the sheriff’s office and a corroborating statement from the family, many people still have questions regarding Middleton’s death. The main cause of confusion is that the weapon Middleton allegedly used to shoot himself was never recovered. Investigators did find “three boxes of 12GA buckshot” in the trunk of his car “but no weapon,” Lawson stated.

Wait, What……..WHAT????? Many people still have questions about the claim of suicide because the gun was never recovered????

Middleton is also just one of several former Clinton associates who died under supposedly suspicious circumstances. The death of Clinton’s former deputy White House counsel Vince Foster in July 1993 was ruled a suicide by all five government groups empaneled to investigate it, though some critics and media outlets still claimed that there had been a cover-up because no fingerprints could be found on the weapon in Foster’s hand.

Except for Foster’s fingerprints, right? If the gun was in his hand, what happened to his fingerprints? Did Vince wipe them off AFTER he killed himself? Oh yeah – that’s an airtight case………NOT

Middleton had his own connections to Epstein. Not only did Middleton admit Epstein into the White House on seven of Epstein’s 17 visits there, but Middleton himself is listed on flight logs of Epstein’s “Lolita Express,” the plane used to transport various high-profile figures to an island where many then sexually abused underage girls. Former President Clinton is listed on the flight logs as well.

OH…….no reason to bump this guy off. Nothing to see here folks……keep moving..

Middleton worked for Clinton until 1995. Soon after Middleton’s departure from the White House, accusations began to swirl that he had abused his position to impress business clients. He later returned to Arkansas and joined his family’s HVAC business.

Reports indicate that Middleton had been suffering from depression shortly before his death. He is survived by his wife, Rhea, and two daughters, Lindsay, 18, and Lauren, 20.

I would be depressed too if I lived my life looking over my shoulder every minute, and wondering if the end was near!


Can you imagine the glory of being in heaven with our precious Jesus, and leaving all of this mess behind?


Environmental Workers En Route to Ohio Killed in Plane Crash Near Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport


A tragedy following an explosion at an Ohio metal plant has ended with the deaths of five employees of an Arkansas environmental center.

Five employees of The Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health were killed in a plane crash after departure from the Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Wednesday.

The environmental workers were traveling to respond to the blast at the I Schumann & Co. paint and metal plant in Bedford, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland.

Their twin-engine turboprop plane crashed a mile away from the airport, near a 3M industrial plant, according to The Washington Post.

First responders indicated that there were no survivors in the crash.
The victims have not been publicly identified.

All five on board the plane, including the pilot, were CTEH employees, according to the Post. An executive of the CTEH mourned the loss of his colleagues in a statement.

“We are incredibly saddened to report the loss of our Little Rock colleagues,” senior vice president Dr. Paul Nony said in a statement provided to The Daily Wire.

“We ask everyone to keep the families of those lost and the entire CTEH team in their thoughts and prayers.”

Strong wind gusts were recorded at the airport around the time of the crash.

One worker was killed in the Bedford plant explosion, and 12 other people were hospitalized, according to The New York Times.

Dark smoke billowed in the sky following the blast, in a disaster likely to have environmental implications.

The National Transportation Safety Board will begin an investigation into the plane crash, according to KARK-TV in Little Rock.

A preliminary report is expected in 15 days, the station reported. Source