Wednesday, October 12, 2011

James O'Keefe Heads to Occupy Wall Street, Is Treated Remarkably Well

Posted By on Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 11:00 AM

James O'Keefe, of the somewhat scandalous ACORN tapes and the almost completely phony NPR hubbub, is back! And this time, he's pretending to be a banker and walking into the Occup Wall Street fray. I suppose he was hoping to be attacked by the protesters or something, but instead someone offers him cake. Most of the video is taken up with O'Keefe receiving a lecture from a seemingly unhinged person who wants his "interests financed". Gotcha, Occupy Wall Street! This guy taped for an unknown amount of time and found one weird guy to make a video out of! Zing!

So, this guy's going to go away soon, right?

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