Project Veritas founder gets his groove on in music video, organization is launching legal effort
"Veritas launches PV LEGAL -- will represent others who’ve been lied about and can’t defend themselves," the organization stated.
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Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe can be seen dancing and destroying television sets in a music video, while comments accompanying the video indicate that the organization, known for its undercover recordings, is launching a legal effort.
"An anthem for everyone who has ever been DEFAMED," the organization said. "Veritas launches PV LEGAL— will represent others who've been lied about and can't defend themselves. If you have been defamed, email: Pvlegal@projectveritas.com."
The song titled "Oligarchy," includes lyrics such as: "Some people want likes, instead of being free" and "Big tech is just a game, media's a shame."
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