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The Truth Hurts: Social Stings Project Veritas

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Catfishing used to be something done to an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend, but according to The Washington Post, someone tried to pull that trick on their news reporters -- and got caught red-handed. A report published last week in the Post alleged that a woman calling herself Jaime Phillips approached writers claiming that U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama impregnated her at 15. But the Post didn’t take the bait and instead trailed Phillips to the New York offices of Project Veritas, a right-wing group known for setting up sting operations to discredit media outlets and left-wing orgs. Now Social is stinging Project Veritas and its underhanded tactics with 78 percent negative sentiments. But the Project Veritas effort may actually have done some damage in the nation’s capital. According to Claire McNear, a Washington writer for the website The Ringer, Philips’ efforts went beyond trying to peddle a phony story, and she tried to ingratiate herself with Post staffers at events and gin mills. That, McNear says, may be putting a chill on the outside-the-office shoulder-rubbing between the media, pols, Capitol Hill staffers, lobbyists and other denizens of what President Trump has called “the swamp.” –Hugo Guzman

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