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Last week, the apartment of James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, was raided by the Federal Bureau of Instigation (no relation), ostensibly searching for a diary of Ashley Biden (el presidente’s daughter). The diary, having been surrendered to law enforcement over a year ago, was not present. Two smartphones owned by O’Keefe were confiscated in the pre-dawn raid. O’Keefe was kind of surprised when shortly after the raid, a reporter from The New York Times called him up to ask how it feels.
While the diary has been published online for over a year and contains quite a few juicy tidbits regarding the, ahem, inner workings of the family Biden, we now know that the diary was a pretext. It wasn’t about the diary.
It never was.
We know this because in its hubris, The New York Times has begun publishing attorney-client communications between Project Veritas and its counsel. You read that right. The New York Times, in the middle of defamation litigation between it and Project Veritas, has received, as if by magic, privileged communication that it is now using to attempt to impugn further the reputation of Project Veritas. It looks like the FBI has leaked it to the paper.
This is the deep state.
The FBI raided Project Veritas on a pretext and is now leaking their privileged communications to the New York Times
This is a scandal pic.twitter.com/gll5PG4ShW
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) November 12, 2021
Something tells me that the Federal judge who ordered the FBI to stop removing files from Project Veritas devices is going to have some questions as to how attorney-client privileged communications were removed from those devices and sent to the NYT. https://t.co/RWIr9NCzVB pic.twitter.com/NZhwO8nPhN
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) November 12, 2021