the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Wyckoff NJ, legacy media outfits have failed to mention a stunning opening victory that guerrilla the Bergen filmmaker James O’Keefe won last month in his libel suit against the New York Times.
O’Keefe sued after the Times wrote that his undercover video of a vote fraud ring linked to radical Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minneapolis was “deceptive” and represented “disinformation.”
O’Keefe performed a public service by doing real reporting in exposing the fraud, which is now under police investigation.
New York Supreme Court Justice Charles Wood ruled against the Times’s motion to dismiss O’Keefe’s lawsuit and found that Project Veritas had shown sufficient evidence that the Times might have been motivated by “actual malice” and acted with “reckless disregard” in its reporting.
Judge Wood noted that “the dictionary definitions of ‘disinformation’ and ‘deceptive’ provided by [the New York Times’] counsel … certainly apply to [Times reporters Maggie] Astor’s and [Tiffany] Hsu’s failure to note that they injected their opinions in news articles, as they now claim.” The Times hasn’t helped its case by admitting that their reporters never contacted Project Veritas in reporting their story.
In the meanwhile the one man wrecking crew ,with his Project Veritas launched an embarrassing exposé of CNN showing secretly-recorded video of a CNN director, Charles Chester, boasting that his network produced “propaganda” aimed at defeating President Trump in the 2020 election. Chester was also caught on tape saying CNN played up the COVID-19 death toll for ratings and another video in which Chester admitted the network is “trying to help” Black Lives Matter.
The CNN videos were to much for the over biased Twitter and O’Keefe was banned , but O’Keefe is vowing revenge on CNN and Twitter after ban and promises massive lawsuits .