WASHINGTON D.C. — On Tuesday, Project Veritas’s James O’Keefe denounced the Washington Post for publicizing his relationship with a female employee he paid to lie about being raped boasting that he’s never met her or any woman, and that as a C-section baby, he has “literally never touched a vagina.” O’Keefe called all claims to the contrary “fake news.”
O’Keefe, an aspiring but so far serially unsuccessful political fraudster, made this bizarre claim after the Washington Post reported that O’Keefe had hired a woman to pretend she’d been raped by GOP Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, a notorious child molester, in the hopes of discrediting the eight women who Moore legitimately raped.
The woman O’Keefe hired, Jaime T. Phillips, did not respond to calls to her cellphone on Monday night, but the Post reports that her car remained in the Project Veritas parking lot for more than an hour while photographers took pictures of her undergoing a deeply incompetent gynaecological examination courtesy of a sweating, gyrating O’Keefe whose movements were captured on camera through his office’s open windows.
“I don’t know that woman. I’ve never met or had contact with any woman,” O’Keefe insisted, while carrying an envelope labeled, “Payment from Project Veritas to Jaime T. Phillips for 1) faking a rape claim and 2) proffering her vagina for O’Keefe’s manual investigation.”
O’Keefe, who first found fame as an astonishingly terrible video editor, made waves in recent months after being ejected from a public school for trying to manipulate its student government elections.