Exposed: Clinton Campaign Incites Violence Against Trump Supporters

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by Rodney Pelletier  •  •  October 18, 2016   

Video shows Democratic operatives recruit homeless, mentally ill and union members

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MAMARONECK, NY ( - A new undercover video proves the Clinton campaign is paying people to incite violence at Trump rallies.

The organization Project Veritas — based in New York and founded by James O'Keefe — is releasing the first in a series of new undercover videos showing the Hillary campaign has been paying agitators to disrupt rallies for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

An undercover journalist spoke to operatives representing several progressive activist organizations — namely Americans United for Change (AUC) and Democracy Partners (DP) — admitting to receiving orders and funding from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Scott Foval, a director of AUC, admits, "But I answer to the head of Special Events for the DNC and the head of special events and political for the campaign."

He describes the chain of events as follows: "The [Clinton] campaign pays DNC, DNC pays Democracy Partners, Democracy Partners pays the Foval Group, The Foval Group goes and executes the s**t."

Robert Creamer, DP head and consultant for AUC, told the reporter, "Wherever Trump and Pence are going to be, we have events and we have a whole team across the country that does that." He continues, "Both consultants and people from the Democratic Party and the Democratic Party apparatus and the people from the campaign, the Clinton campaign; and my role with the campaign is to manage all that."

Foval adds, "Democracy Partners is the tip of the spear on that stuff."

An operative for AUC and DP, Aaron Minter — also known as Aaron Black — admits to being the "deputy rapid response director" for the violence at the canceled Trump rally in Chicago in March, along with Robert Creamer.

"So the Chicago protest when they shut all that, that was us," Minter admitted. "It was more him [Creamer] than me, but none of this is supposed to come back to us, because we want it coming from people, we don't want it to come from the party."

He continues,

So if we do a protest and it's a DNC protest, right away the press is going to say partisan. But if I'm in there coordinating with all the troops on the ground and sort of playing the field general but they are the ones talking to the cameras, then it's actually people. But if we send out press advisories with DNC on them and Clinton campaign, it just doesn't have that same effect.

Foval admits, "I'm saying we have mentally ill people, that we pay to do s**t, make no mistake. Over the last 20 years, I've paid off a few homeless guys to do some crazy stuff, and I've also taken them for dinner, and I've also made sure they had a hotel, and a shower. And I put them in a program."

Besides using homeless and the mentally ill to be the faces for their operations, he goes on to reveal that his most useful ally is the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).

But the reality is, a lot of people. especially our union guys — a lot of our union guys ... they'll do whatever you want. They're rock and roll. When I need to get something done in Arkansas, the first guy I call is the head of the AFL-CIO down there, because he will say, "What do you need?" And I will say, I need a guy who will do this, this and this. And they find that guy. And that guy will be like, Hell yeah, let's do it.

Despite all the damning evidence against the DNC and the Clinton campaign, the Project Veritas video is being ignored by the mainstream media. Last week, O'Keefe was blocked from his Twitter account for releasing an undercover video of the New York Commissioner of Board of Elections admitting massive voter fraud in New York City.

In light of the undercover sting, president of Americans United for Change has announced that Foval has been fired and maintains the organization "has always operated according to the highest ethical standards."


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