**Project Veritas has shockingly turned against its founder, James O’Keefe, filing a lawsuit that could prevent him from working as a journalist. As O’Keefe has now formed a new organization, OMG, Veritas is concerned about their own interests being put at risk.**
Project Veritas, the organization founded by James O’Keefe, has now decided to take legal action against him, demanding that a federal judge bar him from working as a journalist. This surprising move came after Veritas accused O’Keefe of causing “serious and significant damage” to the organization. They also want to hold O’Keefe’s new organization, OMG, accountable.
This shocking news was discussed on “The News & Why It Matters” with Sara Gonzales and her guests, Jason Buttrill, head writer and researcher for Glenn Beck, and Jaco Booyens. Buttrill shared his belief that this lawsuit is retribution for the drop in engagement Project Veritas experienced after O’Keefe’s ousting. He believes they didn’t want the truth about his departure to be revealed.
Gonzales and her guests chimed in, sharing their thoughts on the situation. Booyens, in particular, found the lawsuit absurd, saying it is “laughable” to think they could control O’Keefe’s abilities and prevent him from using his talents just because he developed another organization after being removed from his own. He added that this situation shows how the mentality of entitlement can infiltrate even conservative groups.
**The lawsuit filed by Project Veritas against its founder, James O’Keefe, is a shocking and perhaps desperate move. As legal proceedings unfold, the outcome will surely impact O’Keefe’s career, along with the general state of conservative journalism. This situation serves as a reminder that the entitlement mentality is not limited to any one political party or group.**