James O'Keefe, whose undercover video forced the resignation of National Public Radio's CEO today, tells NewsMax that he's got even more compromising videos of NPR that could be released:
Embattled NPR, which faces a tea-party led push to yank its taxpayer funding, quickly responded with a statement that it was “appalled” at Schiller’s statements. Schiller, who was NPR’s chief fundraiser, was president of the NPR Foundation and development vice president for NPR, at the time the surreptitious video was recorded in February.
“We’re not done releasing footage,” O’Keefe told Newsmax in an exclusive interview Tuesday. “We have more investigative material that we’re going to release.
“I’m not really going to comment on it yet, but I think it will be very interesting to see what happens with this story as it develops,” he promised.