Developing: O’Keefe Releases Part 2 of NPR Sting Featuring Phone Calls

Jonathon M. Seidl
The Blaze

James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas have just released part two of their NPR investigation, which claims to show an NPR executive telling a fake Muslim donor how his group can be shielded from a government audit if it donates $5 million.

The video features phone calls between a member of O‘Keefe’s fake Muslim organization and Betsy Lily, the NPR executive who played a supporting role in the original video. It is a lengthy 44 minutes long, but that‘s because O’Keefe claims it also includes the unedited phone calls.

“Senior Director of NPR Betsy Liley says she may be able to shield from a govt audit $5mm donation from a reporter posing as a donor from Muslim Brotherhood front group,” the video’s YouTube description says…

…In light of the O’Keefe videos, you can read our stories on the ethics of undercover journalism as well as our dissection of the original NPR video.

The video is at The Blaze.

Update: Also at the site, The Blaze & Douchebag Readers Aren’t Honesty Enough to Question Our Own Side, Have Sex With Animals, Hate Black People & Kill Women for Globs of Cells.

Editor’s note: This program by Citizens Radio is in reaction to feedback they received after we posted highlights of their interview with Frances Fox Piven that featured “wildly profane insults about The Blaze, our readers and Beck.” You can watch that here.

Honestly, it’s always about sex and racism with the Progressive crowd. As you might have guessed, there is a content warning.

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