Need a quick 40 bucks to fund your next heroine high? Hey, I don’t judge” say’s an Obamaphone worker at Stand Up Wireless in Philadelphia, (an area that likely voted for Obama 100+%)
In Project Veritas’ investigation into the government’s fraud-ridden$2.2 billion dollar LifeLine ( ‘Obama Phone’) program, O’Keefe’s team film employees telling them they can sell the phones to buy Heroin and expensive handbags.
“All I’m saying is, thank God for Obama,” one of the investigators gushes, “because Obama is basically paying for my Louis Vuitton bag, right now, if you know what I mean!”
It’s not that we didn’t know that this was going on, already. At least now there’s hard evidence that Congress can look at and Democrats can try to defend.
On a side note….what kind of moral universe do these Obamaphone workers live in that they have no problem pushing an obviously corrupt, and gut-wrenchingly wasteful boondoggle like this? How do they sleep at night? Are those of us who actually buy our own phones when we could easily get one for free, “suckers” in their book?
You can help fund more investigations of this kind by ordering O’Keefe’s new book: Breakthrough: Our Guerilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy [Hardcover]
Acorn Planned Parenthood NPR Medicaid VOTER FRAUD The New Jersey educational association Labor Unions Hailed by David Weigel in Slate as having had more of an impact on the 2012 election than any journalist, James OKeefe is young, brash, and provocative: a new breed of guerrilla reporter for the twenty-first century. He and his associates have famously infiltrated some of Americas most protected organizations and institutions. They have challenged politicians, bureaucrats, media moguls, union bosses, and election officials, all with the goal of exposing the lies and malfeasance heretofore hidden from the public. Now, OKeefe chronicles the harrowing undercover investigation that opened Americas eyes to the chicanery of its state houses and the duplicity of the White House during one of the most compromised election campaigns in our nations history: the 2012 presidential race.
Of all his controversial sting operations, this was the one that his late mentor, Andrew Breitbart, called his most consequential. While still on federal probation, OKeefe organized an army of citizen journalists, planned a series of video stings to reveal the American systems vulnerability to voter fraud, and went nose to nose with the most powerful political machine in the world. Along the way, OKeefe found disheartening evidence that Americans are not nearly as free a people as we may believe, but he also showed just how much real change ordinary citizens can bring about when they are willing to risk the wrath of the powerful. In just a few years, OKeefe and his citizen journalism corps, Project Veritas, uncovered systemic corruption at ACORN, leading to its defunding by Congress; exposed the contemptuous biases of NPR executives leading to the resignation of two of their top people and a vote to freeze NPR funding by the House of Representatives; showed the callous indifference of New Jersey Educational Association officials to taxpayers and students; and revealed the easy tolerance of fraud at Planned Parenthood, Medicaid, HUD, and other government agencies. Perhaps most important, their work inspired several states to reform their election laws. Free of ideology, Breakthrough is at its core a clarion call for a more ethical society. Despite being vilified and libeled by an establishment media dedicated to suppressing the truth, James OKeefe has dared to break through the firewall and reshape public opinion by showing things as they really are.