O’Keefe video may have helped law enforcement prevent D.C. Metro shutdown during inauguration

O’Keefe video may have helped law enforcement prevent D.C. Metro shutdown during inauguration
James O'Keefe. (Image: Screen grab of FBN video)

One person has been arrested in response to the Project Veritas undercover video in which activists discussed plans to release a stink bomb at an inaugural ball. In addition, law enforcement tells the Washington Post the infiltration of the DisruptJ20 planning sessions may have led to the group abandoning plans to shut down trains on the DC Metro:

A D.C. police spokesman has confirmed that a secret video recording made Dec. 18 by one of O’Keefe’s operatives led to the arrest of one man and foiled an alleged plot to spread acid at the DeploraBall for Trump supporters at the National Press Club. …

Police are still looking for two more men seen in the video discussing plans to target the ball.

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