Friday, March 8, 2013

O'Keefe Justice!

By Jeff Simpson

James O Keefe had always played Gilligan to Andrew Breitbardt's Skipper. While they had been popular in the far right circles, they really bust onto the scene when they did their hidden camera exclusive on community organizing group ACORN!  

A quick rundown, Mack Daddy  James O' Keefe(JOK) and his strumpet girlfriend Hannah Giles paraded into local ACORN offices and "pretended" to be a pimp/prostitute.   A combination of poor judgement of a couple staffers, ridiculous claims and heavily edited video's it made it appear as though they were willing to help with OKeefe with human trafficing, child prostitution and tax evasion.  JOK & his prop even went on Fox News racistly dressing the part. 

After all it must be a corrupt organization to help someone out dressed like this right?  The problem is he only dressed like that to go on Fox News, never in the ACORN offices.   Despite the slander and lies of Fox News and Andrew Breitbardt, ACORN was cleared of ALL charges!  This story stunk so bad even crazy John Stossel passed on it! 

Thanks to our court system and Open records, we now know a few things.  

1.  It turns out O Keefe and Giles were actually prostitutes.  Breitbart and his business partner paid them $120,000 for this disgusting public display!

The pair admitted under oath to signing contracts with (the now recently deceased) Andrew Breitbart and his business partner, attorney Larry Solov, for the sum total of $120,000.
 2.  They so heavily edited the video of ACORN worker Juan Carlos Vera that he was just awarded $100,000 in damages

According to the final 5-page agreement, signed by O’Keefe and his legal counsel Mike Madigan this past Tuesday, the boy detective now publicly “regrets any pain suffered by Mr. Vera or his family.” O’Keefe and his counsel have also consented to fork over the $100,000 within 30 business days of the settlement agreement’s being signed.

Breitbart protege O Keefe, lost the first of his many lawsuits for damaging and ruining people's lives with his own brand of "citizen journalism".  

I look forward to many more of these stories as time goes on!



  1. It's too bad Breitbart isn't around to share the courtroom fun. The really sad thing about his untimely demise was that it didn't happen while he was shrieking on stage at the Capitol. Now that would have been a moment to remember! I picture him now in hell, wrestling Goebbels for the cocaine stash.

  2. This $100,000 is nothing compared to the world of butthurt Mr O'Keefe is likely headed for with the Shirley Sherrod defamation action. Breitbart had the luck to check out early, and the Captain of the Dildoboat may wish he had done the same by the time Thomas A. Clare is done with him.

    Mr. Clare is with noted law firm firm Kirkland and Ellis; his bio and some of his past clients can be viewed here.

    Perhaps coincidentally, just two weeks before Breitbart dropped dead, he and O'Keefe had received some bad news concerning their Motion to dismiss in the Sherrod case.