Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe announced his exit from his investigative group on Monday while hinting at a new journalism venture in the future.
O’Keefe, who founded the nonprofit famous for its sting operations in 2011, spoke to his former team and the Project Veritas Board of Directors in Mamaroneck, New York, according to OANN.
“I was stripped of all decision-making last week,” O’Keefe said in a video posted to Vimeo on Monday.
“Currently, I have no job at Project Veritas,” he added. “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 here.” Read more…