Project Veritas purportedly goes undercover with Antifa
Practice things like an eye gouge, it takes very little pressure to injure someone's eyes," someone says in one of the videos.
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In a new video released by the undercover investigative group Project Veritas, an undercover reporter appears to have infiltrated Rose City Antifa as a "prospect" and says the far-left extremist group doesn't hesitate to "incite some kind of violence."
The reporter says he progressed through about half of the process to become a "full-fledged member" of the group.
He explained that the group required potential members to attend lectures "in secret" at a bookstore and made people leave their cellphones in a bathroom.
"This bathroom is not only away from the main room where the lecture is taking place but also has a fan that muffles any sound from the room," he explained.
"They do not hesitate to either pushback or incite some kind of violence," the undercover reporter said.
Project Veritas was founded by undercover videographer James O'Keefe.
In one of the secretly recorded videos, an individual that Project Veritas identifies as having an affiliation with Rose City Antifa says, "Practice things like an eye gouge, it takes very little pressure to injure someone's eyes."
"The Project Veritas Undercover Journalist 'retired' from Rose City Antifa some time ago," Project Veritas notes at the conclusion of the video.
Just the News has reached out to Rose City Antifa for comment.
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