James O’Keefe is Just as Dangerous Now as When He Was Running Project Veritas

IBM sign and logo on glass facade of IBM Watson modern office building in SOMA - San Francisco, California, USA - Circa, 2019

James O’Keefe has struck again. This latest coup against leftism that O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) has pulled off reveals that O’Keefe was always the heart and soul of Project Veritas. Even though the board pushed him out for nebulous and probably fake reasons, it’s pretty clear that there was never any Project Veritas without O’Keefe.

In his latest video, O’Keefe uncovers the fact that IBM now has an extreme anti-white bias in its hiring practices. Managers were offered higher bonuses for hiring blacks and Hispanics, and they received lower bonuses if they hired white employees at the tech giant.

This is disgusting for all sorts of reasons. It’s also one of the most outlandishly illegal things we’ve seen liberals due in recent years—and that’s saying something. IBM’s extremist ant-white racism is so bad that the Justice Department under Merrick Garland is opening a civil rights investigation against the company.

 

One of the managers at a subsidiary of IBM called Red Hat even brags that they have already fired people for failing to live up to IBM’s anti-white hiring quotas. It’s pretty amazing, really. And it just goes to show that the inherent racism of liberalism has never gone away.

Watch as comedian Mark Dice breaks down the latest amazing job done by O’Keefe Media Group…


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