James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have been compiling tons of undercover videos in the Clinton campaign for months, and they are finally being released. What is in them, however, is incredibly disturbing and discomforting.
The first of these videos showed one campaigner bragging about the fact that he could “Grab Emma’s ass” and not get fired, unless he did it twice. He went on to say he could even rip up “like 20 ballots” and he would only be reprimanded, not let go.
That same video had the PV journalist telling an HRC worker that he ripped up ballots which had been filled out by Trump supporters because “something just snapped.” The man said it was completely fine.
After that video was posted, James O’Keefe was suspended from Twitter for innocuous reasons, but was later re-instated.
Project Veritas’ second video was equally chilling, with multiple people at a fundraiser saying Hillary will definitely enact more gun laws using executive orders. One of them was Russ Feingold, Wisconsin State Senator, who said he supports owning handguns because the majority of his state does.
The third video to come out, which O’Keefe said would be a bombshell, did not disappoint. This one shows secret Clinton workers discussing the action of “bird-dogging” at Trump events and rallies. This is when the HRC campaign pays people (homeless, mentally ill people, occasionally) to go incite violence from the “naturally psychotic” Trump supporters.
They then make sure the media has access to the riots and blame the Trump supporters, calling them “violent” and “crazy.”
The one doing the bragging, Scott Foval, is the National Field Director at American’s United For Change. And this “bird-dogging” election style is not new to him. At one point, he told the PV reporter directly, “I’m saying we have mentally ill people that we pay to do s—, make no mistake. 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…”
O’Keefe has said this is only the first part of the videos from Hillary Clinton’s campaign.