The MSM strikes back — Project Veritas

The newspaper said a woman claiming to be the victim of abuse by US politician Roy Moore was part of a sting operation

Post reporters saw the woman entering the NY offices of Project Veritas, a conservative group that uses undercover operations to target the media and left-leaning organizations. CNN describes it as an "anti-media" organization.

The Alabama senate candidate faces sexual misconduct allegations including making inappropriate advances and having sexual contact with a woman when she was 14.

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And at the same time, Project Veritas is attempting to undermine the credibility of Roy Moore's real accusers. "How do we do this?" After some communication back and forth which mostly revolved around "James" requesting promises of protection, they agreed to set up a meet.

The same day as the woman's first email to Reinhard, right-wing website Gateway Pundit published a tweet from @umpire43: "A family friend in Alabama just told my wife that a WAPO reporter named Beth offer her 1000$ to accuse Roy Moore". She said she was only there for that summer, yet reporters noticed her cell phone number had an Alabama area code.

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The Washington Post said its reporters followed Ms Phillips to confirm the suspicious and found her entering Project Veritas' New York office. "I'm not going to answer any more questions". The Daily Caller had no records of any such interview. According to the Post, turned out that Phillips actually works for Project Veritas, an organization that known for his controversial undercover sting operations aimed usually at liberals and the mainstream news media.

Project Veritas - a U.S. non-profit organisation set up by conservative activist James O'Keefe - is accused of trying to trick the Washington Post into publishing a story about Roy Moore.

And that was when the jig was up.

Inconsistencies in Phillips' explosive stories quickly raised suspicion.

It's called Project Veritas. Even nonpartisan corporate overlords like Netflix piled on. The woman said Moore sexually assaulted her when she was 15 and then drove her to MS for an abortion. They make stuff up. O'Keefe was convicted in 2010 for using a fake identity to enter a federal building. O'Keefe declined to comment on any ties between the organization and Phillips. As his list of critics and detractors grows ever larger, it's unclear what consequences his "charity" will see. The newspaper previously reported accusations of sexual misconduct by the 70-year-old former state judge against teenagers while he was in his 30s. It's sad but it's true: We now live in a world where, for too many people, "More than 30 sources" can be countered with simply, "The Washington Post Is Fake News!" and that's that.

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