Investigative journalist James O’Keefe attempted to interview transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney at a posh hotel in Beverly Hills earlier this week.
O’Keefe, the founder of Project Veritas, tried to get Mulvaney’s comments on a story regarding male prisoners in Washington state who are reportedly identifying as transgender to easily prey on female inmates.
Mulvaney, a biological male, has made headlines in recent weeks due to the influencer’s controversial partnership with the beer company, Bud Light.
“Dylan Mulvaney is inside the women’s restroom right now. So, I’m going to ask him for comment about our story regarding women being raped in prison by men claiming to be transgender,” O’Keefe explains before going into the lobby of the Beverly Hills Four Seasons hotel.
Mulvaney immediately tries to run from O’Keefe’s questioning. “Women are being raped in a prison in Washington state by men claiming to be transgender,” O’Keefe tells the transgender.
“There’s footage of them talking about the rape. Do you have a comment on the story of the women being raped by the men claiming to be transgender?”
Mulvaney rushed to an elevator and asked O’Keefe not to ask him questions.
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The Daily Wire reported:
James O’Keefe released a video Thursday evening in which two female inmates at the Washington State Correctional Center for Women (WCCW) discussed how male inmates allegedly abuse the system by claiming to be transgender so they can get into the facility for women.
O’Keefe said that WCCW has been “the tip of the spear with inclusivity in the prison system” as he went on to explain that OMG News went to great lengths to protect the identities of the two women by significantly altering their voices and blurring out their faces.
The video identified the inmates as “Inmate #1” and “Inmate #2,” and it was not clear how or when the interview was conducted.