Before you think about relief efforts in Japan, please take a moment to consider the world’s truest victim, James O’Keefe, who desperately needs your cash. “We’re ready and waiting to expose more government corruption. But — it all comes down to money,” he wrote to his e-mail list, like a common whore. O’Keefe says that recent deceivingly edited NPR video, which didn’t really catch anything, but still resulted in people being fired, somehow cost him $50,000. And he really needs that 50k right now to pay off his credit cards. So if any big-pocketed conservative guy out there would like to help this lithe, translucent young man, he’d probably be very appreciative, if you know what we mean. It’s not like he can count on federal funding for his projects. YET.
“If you help us pass $100,000 — we can do two new videos…” O’Keefe said. “…And if by some chance, we raise $1,000,000 — we could expose 20 disturbing cases of government abuse and corruption. But, all I’m worried about is $50,000 right now.”
“Give what you can and take the Survey on Media Responsibility and Ethics. America needs The Project Veritas to grow quickly. But, we can’t continue, much less grow, unless we receive financial support soon.”
The survey implores readers to donate and ask questions like “Do you think the mainstream media will have to embrace the tactics used by James O’Keefe’s The Project Veritas to be credible in the future?”
Yes. Every news interview will have to be done by luring a guest onto a boat full of lube and dildos. Nothing but that highest standard of excellence will be treated as real journalism. [TPM]