Porter Stansberry with Aaron Brabham

Ep 46: Exposing Voter Fraud Before The Election

  • 11/01/2012
  • with James O'Keefe
President of Project Veritas James O'Keefe exposes corrupt voting officials in Virginia and Texas.
James O'Keefe, President of Project Veritas, exposes corrupt voting officials in Virginia and Texas. Like many of Stansberry Radio’s new listeners, James is a young 28-year-old, but he’s already exposed some of the biggest shams this country has produced. Recently, James released a video featuring the son of Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA) advising an undercover reporter how to fraudulently cast ballots. He rose to fame several years ago when he uncovered ACORN’s faulty tactics.

This Episode's Guest

James O'Keefe

James O'Keefe is the president of Project Veritas, a non-profit organization dedicated to training citizen journalists nationwide. James’ investigations expose corruption and malfeasance in major taxpayer-funded institutions, including ACORN, Planned Parenthood, NJEA, NPR and Medicaid.
James is most well-known for his 2009 ACORN investigation, which exposed systematic corruption in multiple offices, such as the facilitation of child prostitution, human trafficking and tax evasion. The U.S. House and Senate promptly voted to defund ACORN and the U.S. Census cut ties with the group. The organization was ultimately forced to disband.
Other well known investigations include NPR. The sting involved NPR executive Ron Schiller and senior director Betsy Liley; the two agreed to receive a $5 million donation from a fictions Muslim organization. Schiller proudly proclaimed that NPR is independent, much more so than the “Jewish controlled newspapers.” He also discussed his disgust of the Tea Party, The Republican Party, and Evangelical Christians. The two executives later resigned. The House of Representatives voted to defund NPR.
In the summer of 2011, Project Veritas led an investigation into Medicaid office in six states. In every state Medicaid workers helped cover obvious cases of abuse and fraud on the applications. As a result of the investigation, workers were retrained in Maine and Ohio, the attorney generals in Ohio and Virginia called the videos “outrageous” and “troubling” and sought further investigations.
In addition to his own undercover investigations , James is committed to empowering the next generation of citizen journalists. From student newspaper editors to bloggers to video producers to journalists, enterprising muckrakers across the country look to James for inspiration, advice, and encouragement. Through Project Veritas, James has personally trained and equipped dozens of citizen journalists in an effort to create transparency in government spending.
James O’Keefe is a graduate of Rutgers University. He has received a Congressional Resolution praising him for his work and is a recipient of the Robert Novak Award for Journalistic Excellence. He has been named “Fox News Power Player of the Week” twice by Chris Wallace.