TRENTON, NJ – Attorneys for the New Jersey Democrat State Committee (NJDSC) has sent a warning notice to Project Veritas leader James O’Keefe after O’Keefe dropped a bombshell video revealing Murphy’s plan to roll out a statewide vaccination mandate.
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- Project Veritas promises “bombshell” hidden camera footage inside Phil Murphy political campaign
Today, lawyers told O’Keefe to maintain all records between his organization and Murphy’s opponent Jack Ciattarelli.
“We…write to demand that Project Veritas Action Fund, Project Veritas, James O’Keefe and their affiliated individuals and entities maintain all records and communications with Ciattarelli for Governor, Inc., the New Jersey Republican State Committee, and their affiliated individuals and entities as set forth below,” Rajiv D. Parikh, esq. said in a letter sent overnight to O’Keefe.
O’Keefe was unphased, instead, promised the release of more hidden camera video conversations with Phil Murphy staffers.
“New Jersey Democrats threaten me with legal action for publishing spoken quotes from the NJ Governor’s campaign office. I’m sharing this letter for all of you to see,” O’Keefe posted on Instagram. “My response to Governor is this
Dear Gov. Murphy — you’ll need a head start on writing yet another threatening legal letter to me because we’re going to release more video inside your campaign this week.”
Parikh’s letter, continued, “We understand Project Veritas, after physically intimidating and threatening two female NJDSC staff members in a parking garage this evening, published material designed to mislead and misinform the general public.”