[Ed. – News that is sure to temper liberals’ joy over the acquittal of Kate Steinle’s killer.]
Project Veritas’ attempt to lure The Washington Post into running a story about a dodgy Roy Moore accuser (who was actually an undercover reporter from Project Veritas) didn’t quite go so well, which has prompted all sorts of gloating copy from the WaPo. For once, a target of the conservative activist group didn’t fall for an undercover investigation. Take that, righties!
This is more than a little unseemly for the establishment newspaper in the nation’s capital. As Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe quipped during a speech Wednesday at Southern Methodist University, “The Washington Post seems to want a Nobel Prize for vetting a source correctly. Our work is sort of changing human nature and making people cautious.”
Well, not cautious enough, apparently. While The Post may have dodged a bullet from O’Keefe’s arsenal, the folks at the WaPo didn’t exactly escape unscathed.