The undercover all-stars at Project Veritas have put the Deep State on notice, warning their next series of investigations aim to unmask the shadowy figures working against the Trump administration.
In a trailer released Friday, Veritas founder James O’Keefe revealed his team is working on a project which will name names and include video and audio of Deep State operatives in their own words.
We will unmask and show you the faces of representative members of the Deep State. Government exists with the consent of the governed and that consent cannot be manufactured by the masked and subversive, it must be informed. pic.twitter.com/TWIAfgiPGw
— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) September 14, 2018
A tweet sent out by Project Veritas Friday noted that “Unlike the author of Fear, we won’t quote anonymous sources in the administration relaying “what happened.” We’re going to put anonymous Deep State players on the record.”
Elaborating on his next targets, O’Keefe partially described the Deep State as a ”vast administrative bureaucracy, unaccountable to anyone; in fact, an ‘extralegal state within a state.’”
“This unelected cabal of federal government employees—the Deep Staters—are getting away with subverting the will of the people. In fact, the Constitution is being stomped upon by the actions of the members of the Deep State. They are in all branches of government and they are hiding among two million other federal employees,” O’Keefe wrote at the Project Veritas website.
“The actions of the Deep State fly in the face of the consent part of the governance equation. They seek to subvert the ‘democratic’ process, and through those actions are creating inequality in the application of the Rule of Law.”
Continuing, O’Keefe says he won’t anonymize names like the New York Times did with a recent op-ed written by a member of the Deep State. In fact, he says their next video will feature “an employee in the Executive Branch caught on film saying, “Resist everything. Every level.”
“[Y]ou’ll be able to see his name and his face. You’ll also see his title, direct employer, the movement of his lips, the cadence in his voice, his demeanor, his arrogance, his lack of introspection, and ultimately, him bragging about how nobody will ever hold his comrades nor him accountable,” says O’Keefe.
While no timeline was given as to when the next Veritas investigation will appear online, they will presumably hit soon ahead of the November midterms.
Project Veritas’ methods were extremely effective during the 2016 US presidential election campaign when they exposed the Hillary Clinton campaign hiring paid operatives to instigate violence at Trump rallies. Veritas’ videos, which depicted operatives orchestrating a tactic known as “bird dogging,” led to the resignations of Democrat consultants Scott Foval and Robert Creamer.
Veritas’ undercover videos have also been instrumental in shedding light on social media censorship, with insiders from various tech firms openly admitting to manipulating their algorithms to demote conservative content.