On Monday, James O’Keefe uploaded a third video to YouTube, this time indicating that Democrat Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party, personally and directly approved some of the disruptive tactics used by operative Roger Creamer.
Here’s the video:
Last week, O’Keefe produced video showing Creamer, the co-founder of the Democracy Partners consulting group, and his colleague, Scott Foval, discussing their past and present efforts to incite violence at Donald Trump rallies and other events.
The stated goal was to create “anarchy” around Trump, presumably to make him less appealing to American voters. Foval described Democracy Partners as a contractor for the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook tried to evade the controversy by denying a direct link between Creamer and the campaign.
“In the end, it was the candidate, Hillary Clinton, the future president of the United States, who wanted ducks on the ground,” Creamer says in one of several exchanges. “So, by God, we would get ducks on the ground.”
“Don’t repeat that to anybody,” he added.
“It is made clear that high-level DNC operative Creamer realized that this direct coordination between Democracy Partners and the campaign would be damning,” O’Keefe said at YouTube.
The reason is simple — it’s highly illegal.
But we’re not supposed to care that the DNC, Hillary Clinton and her campaign are violating the law.
After all, as the FBI demonstrated with her emails, Clinton is apparently above the law.
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