Join New Media GIANT James O’Keefe III at Real News Correspondents Gala in Washington DC

Join members of America’s Real Media as we celebrate the most successful first 100 days of any president in the last 100 years.

We are THRILLED to announce that new media GIANT James O’Keefe III will join us at the Real News Correspondents Gala on April 29th in Washington DC.

Investigative reporter James O’Keefe III, the founder of Project Veritas, is already a legend of the new media movement – And he’s only 32 years old! O’Keefe’s videos helped expose the extreme corruption in far left organizations like ACORN, NPR, and Americans United for Change – the Democrat group that was planting violent protesters inside and outside Trump campaign events in 2016.

James O’Keefe‘s videos exposed the unethical and potentially illegal practice of “bird-dogging” used by allies of the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Through the years the liberal media has either attacked, misrepresented or completely ignored James’s critical work.
But they all fear him.

We are very excited that James will be joining us next week in Washington DC.

Get tickets here.

Join leaders of the new conservative movement on Saturday, April 29th from 7-11 PM for a night of food, drinks and awards.

Tickets are very limited, when they’re gone, they’re gone!

The centrally located Washington D.C. location will be announced closer to the event.

** Tickets are $100 and include food and open bar.
** Patron tickets are $1500.

Get your tickets here.

Dress Code: 80’s Retro

MORE SPEAKERS to be announced.

Get yours today. They are going fast!
Once they are sold out – you miss out.

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