James O’Keefe Defiant After Raid–“We Will Get Our Justice”

The FBI disgustingly raided Project Veritas over Ashley Biden’s diary.

They then leaked the information to the New York Times–who Project Veritas is currently suing.

STUNNING: FBI Caught Leaking Privileged Project Veritas Communications To NYT

According to an attorney, the real reason for the raid was to root out government sources and conservative donors.

Attorney Exposes The Real Reason For Biden Admin Raiding Project Veritas

This was pure corruption! 

However, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe is not backing down.

He vowed that “we will be vindicated, and we will get our justice.”

From Breitbart:

“They can’t do that to journalists in this country. We have a First Amendment,” O’Keefe said. “This was a gross overstep by the government, and we will be vindicated, and we will get our justice, and we will not live in fear.”

“We will not let fear dictate our actions,” he affirmed.

After the raid, a federal judge ordered that a “special master” be appointed to review data from O’Keefe’s cellular phones the FBI seized in the raid.

“And this judge was an Obama-appointed federal judge, so sometimes there are still certain boundaries that we can’t cross, and there are certain things we should all agree on,” O’Keefe said. “Raiding journalists’ homes because you don’t like what they’re doing is, I think, a bridge too far for many people.”

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