by Sharon Rondeau

(Jun. 28, 2017) — Late on Tuesday on Twitter, video-journalist James O’Keefe, whose recent video of a CNN producer admitting that there was little substance at this point to the Trump-Russia “collusion” story  was mentioned during the White House press briefing on Tuesday, announced that he will be posting a second video in the series, “American Pravda,” at approximately 12:00 noon.

In his tweet, O’Keefe revealed that Wednesday is his 33rd birthday and that the second video release will serve as a form of celebration.

“Tomorrow is my 33rd birthday. We will be blowing the candles out around noon, unwrapping ‘American Pravda: CNN, Part II,'” O’Keefe wrote, adding a reference to the Twitter hashtag “#AmericanPravda” by which the video series is now known.

Following the airing of the first video on Tuesday in which CNN producer John Bonifield admitted that the “Russia” stories the Cable News Network has run suggesting that Trump or his campaign aides had improper transactions with Moscow were produced for “ratings,” Deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told the White House press corps during the daily briefing that she thought “all Americans” should see it.

O’Keefe has produced a number of videos exposing corruption, beginning with a series on ACORN, the voter-registration organization which was found to have employed a number of individuals who promoted illegal activities during the 2008 presidential election.

O’Keefe’s footage, in which he and a female journalist assumed false personas, was at least partially responsible for Congress is defunding of ACORN soon after the videos were made public.

Although controversial, the subject of lawsuits and described by O’Keefe himself as “guerrilla journalism,” the videos have exposed corruption within teachers’ unions, the Democrat National Committee (DNC) and related groups, an “Antifa” plot to injure people attending a Trump-supportive event, and more recently, the mainstream media.

In an earlier tweet on Tuesday, O’Keefe suggested that a New York Times reporter is involved in the upcoming video.

His videos are posed on his Project Veritas website and Facebook page.

Update, 1:09 p.m. EDT:  The second video has been released:  http://breaking.projectveritas.com/cnnpart2.html

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