Tuesday, February 24, 2015

"He's All About The Money" Project Veritas Goes Undercover To Investigate Al Sharpton

James O'Keefe and Project Veritas have uncovered a big one in a bombshell expose that has knocked their website down and is the cover of this morning's New York Post.

Now that the video has been released, several people interviewed are now changing their tune in the Post article, accusing O'Keefe and Project Veritas of "splicing and dicing."
In an interview with The Post Monday night, Snipes denied that she had accused Sharpton of being a money-grubber.
“No, I didn’t say that I think Al Sharpton is all about the money,” she said.
But she stood by her criticism of Davis, the NAN director, who she claimed tried to block her from attending a protest against mass incarceration at the Staten Island Museum. 
Sharpton on Monday night accused Project Veritas of “exploiting” Snipes and a dispute within the Garner family. 
“They’re splicing and dicing stuff together. It was a distortion. Erica is a sincere victim. She was not trying to infer anything with me,” Sharpton said of the secret recording. 
Sharpton said the premise of the criticism is flat wrong. He said NAN helps families, including paying for funerals, and does not take money from them. He said Snipes’ sister, Emerald, now works for NAN. 
Moreover, he said, NAN organizes rallies after receiving legal permits from the city and therefore requests that its logo be put on fliers for events it sponsors. 
In the video, Sharpton is also criticized by leaders and supporters involved in the Michael Brown-police shooting case in Ferguson, Mo., and the Trayvon Martin shooting in Florida, according to the Project Veritas videotapes. 
Jean Petrus, a Brooklyn businessman who attended a recent Trayvon Martin Foundation fund-raiser in Florida, is also seen criticizing Sharpton in the secretly taped video. 
“He knows how to make money and get money. They’re shakedown guys to me. You know, let’s call it what it is, they’re shakedown,” he says in the video. 
Petrus told The Post Monday night that he never consented to an interview and considers himself a “friend of Sharpton.” 
“It was an entrapment situation,” Petrus said. “It’s really underhanded.”
In the past, O'Keefe has released unedited videos to accompany his releases to refute claims of selective editing.

It was revealed near the end of last year that Sharpton owes about $4 million dollars in unpaid taxes. This tax cheat and divisive race hustler has also visited the Obama White House at least 61 times (probably more).

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