But O'Keefe, living in a world in which all journalists are lying shills for one side or another (like him), never counted on someone following up to make sure the story was, you know, true. Journalists from The Washington Post called the place "Jaime" listed as an employer, and the company said they had no record of her, so that's strike one right there. They also discovered a GoFundMe page the woman set up to move to New York in which she claimed, "I've accepted a job to work in the conservative media movement to combat the lies and [deceit] of the liberal MSM." Oh, and they also saw her walking into Project Veritas' New York offices.
While it's clear O'Keefe's goal was to prove The Washington Post was fake news, he instead demonstrated how much work goes into competent journalism. But then he made one final, futile attempt: He claimed he had a video of a Post reporter stating that the publication has a liberal agenda (it turned out to just be a reporter stating the difference between a news report and an editorial). James O'Keefe is like Ed, Edd, and Eddy all rolled into one. No matter what he does, his schemes have a way of blowing up in his face.