Project Veritas Makes Statement On James O’Keefe Controversy

James O'Keefe, the founder and face of Project Veritas, was placed on paid administrative leave. The organization's board of directors is currently considering his removal from his position.

According to anonymous sources, O'Keefe' management style included berating his employees and eating a meal that belonged to a woman who was pregnant.

In a statement, the company said that the board and management are still evaluating the organization's future. They also noted that Project Veritas will continue to operate and that they will not let their supporters down.

Many of the comments on the organization's statement supported O'Keefe's continued employment.

A thread on Old Row claimed that O'Keefe's situation was the result of a hostile takeover bid. It cited an anonymous source who claimed that two members of the organization's board attempted to take over the company due to the allegations of misconduct against him.

"Swig noted that the situation allowed two individuals to exert significant influence over the organization's board and management. These individuals, who are identified as John Garvey and Barry Hinckley, are reportedly trying to remove O'Keefe from his position due to their meritless claims."

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Town Hall.

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