Security escorted me out of the building, not even allowing me to go back to my desk to clear out my belongings. I walked to the parking garage across the street stunned, angry, confused. Then I called my dad. I’ll never forget the first question he asked me.
“Was it worth it?”
Without a beat of hesitation, I answered, “Yes.”
When she landed a contract position at Facebook, Cassandra Spencer thought her life was finally coming together. It was her dream job, until one day, when she started to notice odd notes on the accounts of prominent conservatives on the platform. Knowing that people deserved to learn the truth, she entrusted the evidence to Project Veritas—and was promptly fired from Facebook. Almost overnight, she found herself in poverty, unemployable, and everything she cared about, including her daughter, taken away from her.
This book is not a Project Veritas tell-all. This book is the story of a single mother who, unwilling to give up on life, became an undercover journalist who exposed the dishonesty of companies like Facebook and Google, as well as politicians like Beto O’Rourke and Bernie Sanders, all while continuing to fight a family court system stacked against her. Searing, hopeful, and honest, Cassandra’s story is one we can all relate to in our current social climate.