Dan Strack, Tim Pool said, has reportedly resigned as executive director of Project Veritas and Project Veritas Action. Strack said that the "past four months" were a big challenge, but "I no longer no how to help," he said. Pool cited reporting from April Moss.
Strack, O'Keefe said, was the executive director, hired by O'Keefe, and had previously been with Goldman Sacks. Veritas has not
confirmed the resignation, and while it "seems plausible," Pool said, O'Keefe also could not confirm it independently.
O'Keefe Media Group (OMG).
"They attacked all the thing that you are doing without pointing out that Veritas is extremely successful," host Pool pointed out, because of the very tools that O'Keefe pioneered. He has continued to advcoate for and create citizen journalism with his new company.
Veritas wants to prevent OMG from overtaking them, as O'Keefe was the founder, creator, and driver of that operation. He also was the primary fundraiser for that 501c(3) company.
"You better surround yourself with really strong humans who can withstand blistering attacks," O'Keefe said, noting that this is whether or not those attacks are true.
"It seems like Veritas was captured," Pool said. He also noted that "what little was left of Project Veritas is completely gone," in the face of this lawsuit seeking to destroy the company founder.
O'Keefe said he was fired on February 10, and so too do his attorneys. Veritas said he wasn't fired, but they also put him on leave and pushed him out of his own company.
He told his story on Timcast, revealing the passion and dedication he brought to the company and what it was like to get pushed out.
Editor's note: Project Veritas reached out to The Post Millennial to advise that Dan Strack resigned "well before" the lawsuit. The headline has been corrected to reflect that statement.
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