Normally, when you see sites like ours uploading a video by Project Veritas, that video is footage of a conversation in which someone is caught talking about topics they would rather not have the entire world learn about.
Sometimes it’s government officials.
Sometimes it’s corporate.
When Biden first threw open the border, and blocked journalists from getting access to the tent cities the migrants were being warehoused in, Project Veritas used drones and chartered a small plane to get overhead footage of just how big it was getting.
But this video isn’t private at all. In fact it’s a court case. It was a First Amendment case in which Project Veritas overturned Oregon’s laws prohibiting surreptitious recordings of conversations.