Former head of Project Veritas, James O’Keefe, has hinted that he has multiple insiders in the Manhattan District Attorney’s case against former President Donald Trump.
O’Keefe, a well-known whistleblower and undercover reporter, suggested in a tweet that he has contacts on the grand jury or other individuals familiar with the case.
This comes after political influencer Ryan Cunningham suggested that NY DA Bragg may have hidden exculpatory evidence from the Trump grand jury, which has had its meetings postponed.
Cunningham then asked O’Keefe if he had “got to someone on the inside.”
O’Keefe responded, “The real question is how many do we have on the inside? Stay tuned.”
The case against Donald Trump has been ongoing since his presidency ended in January 2021.
Manhattan DA Bragg is investigating allegations of tax fraud and other financial misconduct related to the Trump Organization’s business dealings.
Trump has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and has accused the DA of conducting a politically motivated witch hunt.
O’Keefe recently announced the creation of the O’Keefe Media Group, which will consist of a team of dedicated journalists with whom he has worked in the past.
In a video posted on Twitter earlier this month, O’Keefe stated, “We are going to build an army of investigators and exposers. They have awakened a sleeping giant. I’m back.”
O’Keefe spent 14 years establishing Project Veritas as a non-profit newsroom that used citizen journalism to expose corruption and wrongdoing.
However, he claims to have been defamed, arrested, raided, and ultimately removed from the organization.