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WATCH: O’Keefe Media Group ATTACKED

James O’Keefe seems to have ruffled some feathers with his latest exposé on investment giant BlackRock.

WLTR recently reported on the O’Keefe Media Group’s investigative report on BlackRock. In case you missed it, O’Keefe got a BlackRock recruiter to admit to many things on camera. …

Including the fact that you could purchase a politician for $10,000 and that war is great for business.

Needless to say, the entire reveal by O’Keefe and his media company was extremely damning to the world’s largest hedge fund, so much so that big tech is reportedly suppressing the O’Keefe story.

Now it appears as if the powers that be are attacking the O’Keefe Media Group.

According to a recent statement from James O’Keefe, his investigative news outlet has been hit with a DDoS attack.

A DDoS attack stands for ‘denial of service’ and involves spamming a recipient’s email inbox with a constant barrage of spam mail—thereby congesting their communication lines.

O’Keefe claimed that their entire tip line is now filled up with spam mail…

Here’s more on the story:

The O’Keefe Media Group had more:

Serge Varlay told our journalist that BlackRock manages $20 trillion dollars worldwide. According to him, “it’s incomprehensible numbers.”

BlackRock has over $9.5 trillion of assets under management, that’s larger than the GDP of all countries on the globe except the US and China.

“The senators…are f***ing cheap – you got 10 grand, you can buy a senator,” Varlay remarked in what is arguably the most unabashed description of corruption and bribery from their own company we’ve ever heard.

In case you missed it, here is the O’Keefe Media Group interview with the BlackRock recruiter:

According to Just The News, O’Keefe is accusing big media and big tech of suppressing the story:

When Just the News searched “BlackRock” on Google, a headline of the exposé didn’t appear until several pages into the news section.

Google’s top three “popular” Twitter results were all from two days ago, and two of the three posts linked had only three likes on the social media site.

Google responded to Just The News’ inquiry with the following statement.

“We do not change our ranking systems to target one piece of content, and we haven’t done so in this case. Our ranking systems apply consistently to all content available online, without regard to political viewpoints.”


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