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Clinton Campaign Operative Fired After Undercover Video Exposes Plot to Incite Violence

Clinton Campaign Operative Fired After Undercover Video Exposes Plot to Incite Violence

“It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherf*cker.”

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas is at it again — needling the hubris of Democratic operatives and claiming scalps.

O’Keefe and his band of undercover videographers thrive during election season for obvious reasons — if you’re going to find instances of waste, fraud, and abuse, they’re ripe for the picking before election day.

Project Veritas’ latest series of videos captured a Hillary campaign operative admitting to inciting violence at Trump rallies. “It doesn’t matter what the friggin’ legal and ethics people say, we need to win this motherfucker,” said Scott Foval, National Field Director at Americans United for Change. “One of the things we do is we stage very authentic grassroots protests right in their faces at their own events. Like, we infiltrate.”

From Real Clear Politics:

“So the term bird dogging: You put people in the line, at the front which means that they have to get there at six in the morning because they have to get in front at the rally, so that when Trump comes down the rope line, they’re the ones asking him the question in front of the reporter, because they’re pre-placed there,” explains Foval. “To funnel that kind of operation, you have to start back with people two weeks ahead of time and train them how to ask questions. You have to train them to bird dog.”

In another undercover interview, Creamer tells Project Veritas that his organization, Democracy Partners, has daily check-ins with the Clinton campaign in order to coordinate efforts. “I just had a call with the campaign and the DNC, every day at one o’clock,” says Creamer subordinate Zulema Rodriguez in the video.

Foval explains to O’Keefe’s undercover journalist how the web of Democratic organizations is designed to subvert laws preventing Super PACs and political action groups from organizing directly with campaigns: “The campaign pays DNC, DNC pays Democracy Partners, Democracy Partners pays the Foval Group, the Foval Group goes and executes the shit on the ground… Democracy Partners is the tip of the spear on that stuff.”

“We’re consultants so we’re not the official entity and so those conversations can be had between consultants,” Foval explains, “The campaigns and DNC cannot go near [Democratic super PAC] Priorities [USA], but I guaran-damn-tee you that the people who run the Super PACs all talk to each other and we and a few other people are the hubs of that communication.”

One event specifically mentioned by the Democratic operatives to have been ‘bird-dogged’ was the September incident in North Carolina where a 69-year-old woman was supposedly assaulted by a Trump supporter. In reality, the woman was “trained” by Foval as part of his operation. “She was one of our activists,” he says.

“I’m saying we have mentally ill people, that we pay to do shit, make no mistake,” says Foval in the video. “Over the last twenty 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. Like I’ve done that. 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.”

Shortly after the video’s release, Foval was canned.

Project Veritas released the second part of the video series Tuesday afternoon:

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Clinton Campaign Operative Fired After Undercover Video Exposes Plot to Incite Violence

In Democrat land ‘Fired’ actually means ‘Given promotion for outstanding service to the Democrat party’.

    UK Transplant in reply to rinardman. | October 18, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    So true. He’ll surely be employed in some other capacity. At least now people know what he looks like and he can be recognized anytime he appears in public. It will be interesting to see how the Democrat party deals with Bob Creamer, Illinoiis democrat representative Jan Schakowski’s husband, who also was on the video admitting his connections to the “events”.

    Ryan, McConnell and the rest of the GOPe on their reaction to their president handing over America’s streets to Brownshirts of the likes of Nazi Germany:


The guy was not fired.
He was sacrificed only because he was caught. There are plenty of others that will continue doing the same thing.

    Anchovy in reply to Exiliado. | October 18, 2016 at 4:47 pm

    Absolutely. He was not fired because what he did is wrong, he was fired for getting caught doing what was wrong.

    Evil Otto in reply to Exiliado. | October 19, 2016 at 6:28 am

    Exactly. He knows the risks. The first rule of his job is “don’t EVER get caught.” The Democrats are willing to sacrifice operatives, even whole organizations, to save their corrupt voter-fraud system.

An Old Fellow in Ashville, NC who was charged by police after falling for this FAUX protest. The Protester swore that he hit her in the face (although video shows different.)

Can he sue? This whole thing was a swindle that he ended up being caught by.

Question for my legal beagles in the audience:

As you may recall, several people were injured and personal property (e.g., cars) were damaged in San Jose after Trump supporters were targeted for attacks. Would the victims now have standing to sue the Democratic Party or these operatives, based on this revelation?

    Looking forward to the replies.

    A person who is doing work for another is directly liable for the harm done to others. The person (or entity) that pays for the work can be held liable upon a showing that the work was within the course and scope of employment.

    Here we have a situation where people admit to causing violent incidents. The persons who rioted, as well as those who paid them directly, are liable for their own acts. They are NOT liable, for example, for the paint on the cars, if the painting was done by the neighborhood kids as a prank.

    The video names names, and has video of people in their own words admitting to paying for criminal behavior, and disclosing the relationships among the multiple entities.

    Based on the information in this video, as well as the avalanche of background information pouring into the Internet at Reddit and other places, a person who was harmed in a violent incident at a Trump rally, should be able to construct a complaint that will survive dismissal. That gets the person to the discovery stage. To win, the injured person must show an employment-type connection between whoever started the incident or did the harm, and any of these people or entities.

    The odds of this are not so bad, considering the avalanche of information coming into the Internet from citizen journalists. For example, one of the people in the video is Zuelma Rodriguez. The video shows her admissions, but there is more information available.


    Activist, Zuelma Rodriguez, Who Took Credit For Violent Chicago Protests Was On Hillary’s Payroll, Move-On and Stand Up for Ohio

    Zulemia Rogriguez as photographer for “Trump Ducks” picture

    Zulemia Rodriguez at the Arizona Rally

    There were other people who caused injury and property damage. There were other locations, such as San Jose. There were other people who were paid, that have not been identified. To win, an injured person would have to connect the dots, but that is the function of discovery. Your question is, whether a person in San Jose, who had suffered injury or property damage would have standing to sue the Democratic Party or its operatives. I think yes, but I would not advise investing in a complaint unless and until a connection to San Jose surfaces.

Normalization of insanity: 1 day ago the media accused the NC GOP of firebombing their own HQ.

Throughout history, this type of willful suspension of common sense, disbelief and total propaganda is ALWAYS a predictor of very bad upcoming events. I use the word “event” as being memorable in the 10,000 year historical context, not the 24 hour news cycle context.

legacyrepublican | October 18, 2016 at 3:28 pm

I want a bumper sticker so their tactics don’t work.

Stop Voting Fraud by Voting

If every one of us voted, then we would quickly become aware of someone voting for us and it would change the system.

We are our best poll watchers.

So they fired him, that’s good I suppose, but it isn’t as if they’ll change what they’re doing.

Foval isn’t going to be “fired”…as in not working on this or future campaigns. He’ll simply start working on some other Soros-funded organization’s payroll within 24 hours. Stopping left-wing activists/operatives is like playing Wack-a-Mole. You smack one down and they just pop up somewhere else. If you put people like Foval in jail, they’d still be on payrolls, and scheming with a different set of Democratic voters… you know, the felons which will have their voting rights restored by Hillary, and gladly take a buck to vote anywhere/anytime Dems want.

    Soros is the most evil of scumbags. Who really knows how many of these front organizations he’s funding?
    I’m thinking bloomberg is patterning his anti gun and anti conservative spending on the soros method.
    Find a way to put an end to soros and his ways and you might see a return to something closer to normal again in the U.S.

      RodFC in reply to 4fun. | October 18, 2016 at 6:04 pm

      Well a President Trump can designate him a foreign terrorist and drone him.

      MaggotAtBroadAndWall in reply to 4fun. | October 18, 2016 at 6:35 pm

      His Open Society Foundation has an endowment of about $1.5 billion. Forbes says Soros is worth about $25 billion, some of which will end up in OSF and other foundations when he dies.

      His money will be used to try to transform the world according to his vision for a long time after he is gone.

Nothing quite like the smell of panic in the afternoon.

Usually the D’rats would immediately start the usual dissembling … you know, “nothing to see here, this is all taken out of context”, graduating to “sure we did it but everybody else does too”, and finally “yes, but … racism!” etc.

But by skipping all that theater and immediately pretending to fire the perp, they’re essentially admitting that their crimes are both genuine and indefensible.

And that means they can’t fix it by firing this one person. He’s just implicated everyone he’s been plotting and colluding with. Though there are no actual names, just things like “the people who run the Super PACs”, “the DNC”, “the Clinton Campaign”, etc.

UK Transplant | October 18, 2016 at 4:20 pm

Agree, except we now DO have some names. 1) Bob Creamer, husband of Dem Rep Jan Schakowski, convicted for bank fraud in 2005, 2) Aaron Black, aka Aaron Minter, boasted about coordinating the violent protest against Trump in Chicago, 3) Zulema Rodriguez, proudly admitting her involvement in violent Chicago protest & shutting down the only highway to the Phoenix Trump rally. We have their photos along with their names.

Oh Yes. The election is not rigged.

One of the protesters, activist Zeluma Rodriquez shows up on Hillary campaign reimbursements under payroll in Feb 2016. She claimed to be a Bernie supporter was involved in Chicago and Arizona protests turned violent

One of hateful hitlery’s pet peeves is Citizen’s United.
So guess who was leading one of the fake coalitions?
You remember hateful hitlery – the one who wants the dark money out of republican hands and into her own bank account.

Anti-Citizens United Activists Get Ready For 2016 Presidential Candidates In Iowa, New Hampshire

03/20/2015 06:41 pm ET | Updated Mar 20, 2015

“We see it as an opportunity for activists who really know it’s a problem to actually ask the question and hold these candidates accountable,” said Scott Foval, regional political coordinator for People for the American Way.

Foval’s organization will be launching action teams of local activists to ask presidential candidates visiting Iowa and New Hampshire about issues important to the group — including the role of money in politics.

The American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker organization, plans to “bird-dog” candidates in both states to try and get them to state their view on the role of corporate money in elections.

    RodFC in reply to 4fun. | October 18, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    Campaign finance reform started when Bill was caught accepting donations from the Chinese government, by you guessed it, Bill Clinton.

Project Veritas, Rigging the Election – Video II: Mass Voter Fraud

If you have to ” ‘stage’ ” them then they’re not ” ‘very authentic grassroots protests’ “.

Two new things.

Robert Creamer has been fired too I think, but he visited the White House 200+ times.

Meanwhile bricks were thrown through the windows of an Indiana COP headquarters.

Gee, no Ragsy. Wonder why.

This Brownshirt has probably been rehired already – with a raise.

This guy has been at the White House over 370 times. What does that make Obama?

And what does that make s-bags Ryan, McConnell and Prebus of the GOPe, who are just sitting on their asses, merely watching it all?

It makes them all on the level of the first corrupt a-hole in this story.

Wait until the Obamacare police deputizes guys like this and gives them weapons. Hopefully, they’d pick off the hacks of the GOPe first – but how would anybody be able to tell?

Obamacare’s federal police force:

Where’s the FBI on this? This has the makings of a RICO case.