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originally posted by: daaskapital
a reply to: works4dhs
I don't know nearly enough on O'Keefe to judge his other reports, but this one regarding Sharpton was horrible. It conforms to no ethical practices, and his team covertly filmed people while asking them leading questions in order to push the story along a certain path. That isn't investigative journalism. That is propaganda. O'Keefe and his team have agendas to push, and they are manufacturing these 'stories' in order to fulfill those agendas.
You may think that the importance of accuracy outweighs the importance of agenda, but they are mutual components. If O'Keefe has an agenda, his reporting is not likely to be accurate. Although one without an agenda is likely to produce a better result. It is clear that O'Keefe does have an agenda, so i am prepared to safely speculate that his reporting is either inaccurate or reckless, if true.